April 1, 2024


"Life's not about waiting for the storm to pass…. It's about learning to dance in the rain." - Vivian Greene

April Showers Bring May Flowers

Hello Ron,

A warm thank you to Deanna Hudson for another amazing night of live music and community. If you couldn't make it don't worry every 3rd Thursday of the month we will feature a local artist along with your favorite glass of wine and our Little Oak Wood Fired pizza.

As the weather warms up we are preparing the outside for opening, grooming the gardens for your enjoyment as well as some light remodeling to our seating area and covered patio. We are hoping to have the patio open by the end of April, stay tuned.

April Events

"Social Sips" Event: April 18th from 5 to 7pm. Enjoy live music By Jeff LeBlanc and our FAMOUS wood fired pizza paired with your favorite Jamesport Wine.

Menu prices apply, Reservations recommended

Wine Club Event: Pick up party April 21st

COMING SOON: Trivia Night May 22, 6:30 - 8:30pm

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Spring Sale Continues

Rose' Legrein


Lagrein (pronounced lah-GRAH'EEN, lah-GRINE or lah-GRI'NE) is a red wine grape variety native to the valleys of South Tyrol, northern Italy. Along with Marzemino, it is a descendant of Teroldego, and related to Syrah, Pinot noir and Dureza.

Thanks to its fresh and uncomplicated character, the rosé is becoming increasingly popular among wine connoisseurs.” 2022.

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Merlot is one of the world’s most popular red wines, and America’s second favorite after Cabernet Sauvignon. Known for its soft, sensual texture and approachable style, it’s made from red-skinned grapes that can adapt to a variety of climates to produce food-friendly wines in many price points. Merlot can be velvety and plummy, or rich and oaky. There’s something for everyone, which is why Merlot is adored.

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Sauvignon blanc 2022

A king among white grapes, Sauvignon Blanc features prominently in France’s Loire Valley, where it is the primary white grape used in Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé. In Bordeaux it is a main grape for dry white-wine production, as well as one of three grapes used to produce the famous Botrytis cinerea-inflected Sauternes. And in New Zealand, it’s used by winemakers to produce grassy, aromatic white wines.

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What's happening in the Vineyards

As the Vineyard turns….”the break begins”

The “bud” contains everything that will become the plant. The grapes, the leaves, the shoots- they all start out in that tiny bud. The “break” refers to the tiny buds literally breaking out of the protective gear that they hide under when its cold and they’re in winter dormancy.

As temperatures in the ground increase, the roots are stimulated and moisture makes its way up. The vines take their cue to grow, and leaves begin to form on the tiny buds. When bud break is officially declared, you’ll see lots of leaf action on the individual buds. And there you have it!

The Tasting room "Pour"

Mark your calendar! Join us May 22nd for a one-night event of epic proportions. Bring your knowledge of random trivia and your love for wine and laughter! This will be a team event so grab your friends. The winning team will be rewarded with a Jamesport gift certificate. No reservations required; the pizza oven will be hot and ready for your favorite pizza order. We are offering a discount on glasses of our East End Wine.

Did you know?

During the month of April when you order one of our flights you get a complimentary taste of our delicious garlic knots. Flights range from $25-$30 and include a Red, White or Mixed Jamesport wine.


Contact Info


1216 Main Road, Rte. 25 Jamesport, NY 11947

Phone: 631-722-5256

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