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27Speaks: 50 Years of Long Island Wine

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Celebrating 50 years of Long Island wine.

Celebrating 50 years of Long Island wine.

27Speaks on Jun 22, 2023
The East End's wine industry got its start in 1973 in Cutchogue, when Alex and Louisa Hargrave planted the first Long Island vineyard. Today, the North Fork has many stops... more

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