Coffee Pot Cellars Tasting Room, Cutchogue

4.8
#5 of 9 in Wineries in Cutchogue
Named after the distinctively-shaped Orient Point Lighthouse, Coffee Pot Cellars is a small-production winery that is family owned and

operated by dynamic husband-wife duo Adam Suprenant and Laura Klahre. Our cozy tasting room, located on the Main Road in Cutchogue just east of the King Kullen shopping plaza, features samplings of Adam's top-tier wines and the creative, innovative products of Laura's Blossom Meadow Farm.

Coffee Pot Cellars' current portfolio includes three red wines, Merlot Meritage and Beasley's Blend, and three white wines, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Gewurztraminer. We produce less than 1000 cases of wine from grapes grown exclusively for us at some of Long Island's best vineyards. Blossom Meadow Farm gets it's inspiration from Laura's career as a naturalist and beekeeper to offer high quality, handcrafted beeswax products such as lip balm, lotion bars, candles

and crayons, native plant seeds, Orchard Mason Bee supplies, as well as a very limited production of local honey.

Stop by and visit to enjoy effortless conversations about wine, bees and everything else under the sun while tasting some of the best wines available in the region. Meet the Winasaur!! Also check out the bees in Blossom Meadow’s observation hive from mid-May through September.
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  • We really enjoyed visiting this tasting room on our wine trail adventure. Great deal for tastings. They love animals and proudly display their mascot, a sweet little dog. They also support monarch...  more »
  • My wife brought me on my first wine tasting trip and Coffee Pot Cellars was the first stop. The owners are great -- full of energy and knowledge of wine, bees, and butterflies. Learned a lot! Beasley....  more »
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  • Can't get better than this place on the North Fork... the tasting room has a great vibe that is infused with the owners passion for conservation and pollination and the wines are hands down my favorite out there. Our group loved the monarch painting, love for pugs and dinosaur in front too!
  • Great room. The owner has a ton of personality. The wines are made with love and are a great value in red, white, and rosé varieties. Stop in and support a family of wine makers and farmers that care.

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