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Long Island

United States

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The Long Island wine region is located on two peninsula forks in the U.S. state of New York, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the south, Great Peconic Bay in the middle and Long Island Sound to the north. Known for its unique glacial soils and maritime climates, the environment is characterized by warm summer days and nights. The sandy loam soil allows for ideal control of vine growth and promotion of ripe grapes for harvest.

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Region

3,000 acres of growing area

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People

60+ licensed producers

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Production

500,000 cases sold

$150 million USD in regional sales

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Impact

4,000 jobs created

1.3 million visitors annually

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Primary Grape Varietals

Chardonay

Sauvignon Blanc

Riesling

Merlot

Cabernet Franc

Cabernet Sauvignon

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Unique Fact 
The first Long Island vineyard was planted in 1973, making the region one of the youngest winegrowing areas in the world. Long Island produces excellent food wines that pair exceptionally well with the abundance of locally produced seafood, produce, cheese, duck, organic poultry, organic lamb and beef.
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