Long Island

The Long Island AVA was established in 2001 and encompasses both Nassau and Suffolk counties. Although the climate is rather humid, maritime and continental influences play a big role in the region’s overall climate. Many grape varieties are cultivated on Long Island, though Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Chardonnay are the most popular. Most of Long Island’s wines come from the North Fork, though a handful of vineyards can be found on the South Fork.

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