Long Island Winery Trips
Enjoy Long Island's famed wine region from the vantage of our luxury
vehicles. Our trained and knowledgeable chauffeurs will ensure it is
an enjoyable and memorable experience.
Just 70 miles East of New York City the enchanted East End of
Long Island the beautiful North Fork will create a day or an afternoon
spent enjoying all that Long Island's wineries have to offer, enjoy
a picnic on one the outdoor decks at any of the vineyards, or dinner
at one of the North Fork's top-rated restaurants. Like Long Island
itself, the spirit of a wine tour can be casual or sophisticated --
we'll work with you to create your ideal Long Island vineyard experience.
The Long Island Wine Country is open to visitors all year round. The
peak tourist season is between May and October, and Saturday is always
the most crowded day of the week.
The North Fork vineyards are open for tours most days but we
strongly advise to call for reservations to accommodate your party.
Many believe the best time to visit Long Island Vineyards is
during the Off-Season months between November and April. Wineries often
conduct library tasting during the winter, barrel tasting events in
early spring, and show off new releases shortly after February. There
are also better room rates throughout Long Island during the slower
We offer Gift Certificates for Special Occasions,
and your Vineyard wine Tours!
If you find yourself traveling to Long Island during the peak season,
you can still avoid the congestion of "day-trippers" by planning
your stay during the midweek to tour Long Island’s best wineries
without the big crowds! Lastly, if you can only visit the Wine
Country during a peak weekend, then try to arrange your touring
on Sunday. Sundays are still busy, but not nearly as busy as
Don't wait until the last minute to book your tours, hotel, and restaurant reservations!
Try to plan a month in advance if you are coming to the Wine Country during the
slow season, plan at least 2 months ahead if you expect to be here during the
peak season. If you want to visit us during "Crush" (harvest time),
think 3 months ahead to avoid being disappointed. For suggestions on great places
to lodge and dine, ask our reservation staff when you call to book your limousine.