Guests visit the tasting room at Harmony Vineyards at Head of the Harbor on a Sunday afternoon. The tasting room is home to a rotating gallery that join other rooms of the historic home.
Wine drinkers who trek out to the North or South Fork to sip a glass of red, white or rosé no longer have to go that far east to experience wine country's bucolic charms.
The 40-year-old L.I. wine industry, founded in 1973 in Cutchogue, has been inching west in recent years. Wineries in Sayville and Head of the Harbor are open and offering tasting rooms and picnic spots by the vineyard --...
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