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Producing 5 different varieties of wines, Coffee Pot Cellars is a winery that also makes handcrafted products including candles, crayons, and lip balm. The winery has a tasting room that is open Friday through Monday.
A public park, Mecox Beach offers an array of outdoor activities. Along with beach volleyball, visitors can enjoy water sports like fishing, surfing and swimming. The beach is further equipped with bathrooms, showers and ample parking.
Coffee Pot Cellars Tasting Room is a small-production winery with connections to the beekeeping world that features beeswax and honey products in addition to their wines. They also occasionally host live music.
The Peconic Bay Winery was founded in 1979 and offers an extensive variety of wines, hard cider, and grape brandy. Outdoor live entertainment is presented during the summer months and harvest season, but the actual tasting room is located off-site.
Located on a family farm that was founded in 1863 and is on the National Register of Historic Places, Greenvale Vineyards is a small producer of exceptional wines. Come in for a tasting, tour the vineyards, or enjoy a picnic on the grounds.
Founded in 1983 on farmland gravel, Palmer Vineyards was born. Now a sprawling area of vineyard, green hills and garden grounds, the winery and vineyard is appreciated by locals and tourists alike who come to sample the famous Robert Palmer wine.