Coronavirus Updates

Mar. 12, 2020| LIWC

Tasting Room Updates

– Bedell Cellars – closed until further notice

– Bridge Lane – Closed until further notice. Use code FNF for 20% discount online + free shipping on orders $50+.

– Channing Daughters Winery – closed until further notice

– Chronicle Wines – open for curbside pick up Friday-Monday, 12-7pm

– Clovis Point – closed until Friday, April 3rd

– Croteaux Vineyards – reopening postponed. 2019 vintage available online for purchase.

– Jason’s Vineyard – open for bottle sales to go only. Offering curbside pick-up for phone orders.

– Kontokosta – closed until Friday, March 27

– Lenz Winery –  open for bottle to go sales only. Offering curbside pick up & free local NY shipping

– Lieb Cellars – Open 7 days a week 12-5pm for to-go sales only (and wine club pick-ups). Use code FNF for 20% discount online + free shipping on orders $50+.

– Macari Vineyards – open for pick-up orders only via our no-contact “Wine Walk-Thru Window”. For online orders use discount code: DRINKLOCAL320. Local delivery available, email info@macariwines.com to organize.

– Osprey’s Dominion Vineyard – open for to go bottles sales only

– Palmer Vineyards– closed until further notice

– Paumanok Vineyards – closed until further notice

– Pindar Vineyards – open for bottle sales to go only. Offering curbside pick-up for online and phone orders. Shipping special to: NY, NJ, FL, MA, NH

– Raphael Vineyard & Winery – closed until further notice

– RGNY – bottle sales to-go only

– Shinn Estate Vineyards – bottle sales to-go only + free shipping

– Sparkling Point – closed until further notice, free shipping with promo code SHIP. Accepting phone orders for curbside pick up every day between 12pm and 3pm

– Suhru Wines – closed until further notice. $10 shipping anywhere in NY, MA,  FL & curbside pickup by appointment only by emailing info@suhruwines.com


Press Release 03/16/2020

The health and well-being of our community, our visitors and our staff is our top priority. Long Island Wine Country wineries are following recommended protocols and guidelines from the CDC on the Coronavirus and are practicing social distancing and encouraging the depopulation of public spaces. At this time, a number of wineries have chosen to close to the public, are open for bottle sales only, are offering curbside pickup, are encouraging online purchasing and delivery, and are actively working to be a part of the solution in our community. Individual wineries are limiting large groups, rescheduling events or closing until further notice. Long Island Wine Country’s website will be continually updated with the status for each winery. The web site is located at: liwines.com  

Wineries who are open to the public, have implemented a number of precautionary measures including: regular cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces touched by human hands and providing ample hand washing supplies and hand sanitizers. Information on stopping the spread of coronavirus is posted in tasting rooms. Employees who are not feeling well have been asked to stay home. 

Long Island Wine Country is reaching out to member wineries to exchange knowledge and keep one another up to date with any new developments so that we can do our part to be proactive and responsibly attempt to mitigate the impact of coronavirus to our industry. Long Island Wine Country intends to fully cooperate with government directives and do our part to help our community get through the coronavirus situation.

Since 1973, Long Island wine growers have been dedicated to producing wines of the highest quality, providing environmental & community stewardship, and preserving this magical place that is our home. Our Mission is to inspire, sustain, and promote Long Island wine.

For more information on Long Island Wine Country, please visit our website at: liwines.com


Press Release 03/12/2020

For Immediate Release

The health and well-being of visitors and staff is our top priority. Long Island Wine Country wineries are following recommended protocols and guidelines from the CDC on the Coronavirus. Precautionary measures include: regular cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces touched by human hands and providing ample hand washing supplies and hand sanitizers. Information on stopping the spread of coronavirus is posted in tasting rooms. Employees who are not feeling well will be asked to stay home. Individual wineries are limiting large groups, rescheduling events or closing until further notice. 

Long Island Wine Country is reaching out to member wineries to exchange knowledge and keep one another up to date with any new developments so that we can do our part to be proactive and responsibly attempt to mitigate the impact of coronavirus to our industry. Long Island Wine Country intends to fully cooperate with government directives and do our part to help our community get through the coronavirus situation.

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