Viniculture in LI, Part III: Macari Estate

Macari Vineyards is on the North Fork of Eastern Long Island (aka the East End) in Mattituck, and owned and operated by the Macari Family. Joseph Macari Jr., now runs the winery with his wife, Alexandra (called Alex by those who know her—but actually Alejandra, for she’s originally from Argentina). Though Macari Vineyards was established in 1995, the Macari Family has owned the 500-acre estate—bounded by the south shore of Long Island Sound—for nearly 50 years [though in 2009 they sold 60 acres of non-vineyard land, so it is now down to 440 acres]. What were once potato fields and farmland now includes a vineyard of 200 acres of vines with additional fields of compost, farmland, and a home to long-horn cattle, goats, Sicilian donkeys and ducks.
See full article at Wine, Seriously

Published: Nov. 21, 2014

Author: - other articles

Next: Giving thanks for Anderson Valley — a Pinot Noir sweet spot

Previous: California Cabernet Sauvignon: Wines in “crisis”, or just best enjoyed young?

Bookmark and Share


Long Island Macari New York North Fork vineyard

Comments powered by Disqus