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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 intimate, cozy tasting room, located on...more
This delightful small tasting room is a great place to stop on a rainy day. Laura takes her time with each guest and has lots of insight about the wine, pugs and milkweed and our declining monarch butterfly population. The wine was tasty and the...More
At first I didn’t love a wine label called “Coffee Pot” but after doing some web research I’m thrilled we went to visit. Co owner and hostess Lauren shared her and her husbands story if you ask on staying true to their vision and how...More
First off, this is a tasting room only but it was a lot of fun and worth the stop. Laura, our hostess, is great. She's very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about wine, and what goes into making a great wine. We enjoyed our time sampling. Rose...More
Wonderful wines and fantastic experience. Laura, the owner , is a fantastic resource for wine indormation as well as a beekeeper, naturalist, and genius for remembering faces and asociated information.
This was our third stop on our tour. Very low key tasting room where everyone is at the bar. Lauren is a great story teller and weaves in with some knowledge on biology and of course bees! Her energy level would make even a pre-school...More
We've been to hundreds of wineries from California and Oregon to Virginia and Long Island's North Fork. But we've NEVER received a warmer welcome than we did from Beasley, the proprietors' friendly pug! When my wife and I walked in at 11:00 on a recent...More
This winery was so small that we passed it twice while looking for it. We expected a large vineyard/tasting building. It was not. It was a small, intimate tasting room. The owners have a limited but delicious selection of Long Island wines, and they have...More
Stop in to this small tasting room and you'll leave with a huge amount of knowledge about the ecosystem and the role of bees in nature. The vintner's wife is a marine biologist turned bee keeper with an engaging and informative presentation when pouring flights...More