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Palmer Vineyards, Aquebogue

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • Visited 5 vineyards of which this was the most disappointing. The only place I didn't buy any wine. The guy doing the tasting was poor, we had to get the info out of home as opposed to him informing u...  read more »
  • We stopped in only because we saw the "brick over pizza" sign from the road. They are dog friendly which is a plus for me. The guy playing guitar was singing really good music, Metallica and Pearl Jam...  read more »
  • Pros: red wine is good (not quite as good as Sherwood or Bedell) very nice outdoor area for having a glass of wine on new chairs and picnic tables acoustic guitar player with amplification for enterta...  read more »
  • Palmer welcomes you into Long Island wine country. They often have wonderful entertainment on their back porch. They are child friendly. There is limited seating inside and additional seating on a covered porch. Overflow seating on the lawn. Always pack a blanket just in case the place is packed. The wines are delicious. The bartenders are very knowledgeable about the wines and very friendly.
  • I visited on Saturday and the atmosphere is nice and they have really good quality wine. They are priced similarly to just about better quality winery. The reason I gave them 2 to 4 is that the server originally poured only 1/2 of what everyone else was being served for a tasting. I actually pulled the server aside and asked her the criteria for the wine poured for tasting which is right below the "PP" on their glass. I indicated that my glasses were all well below that by a lot in comparison to the other 2 people being served adjacent to me. She adjusted all but 1 of the 4 wines to a more appropriate level. I find many vineyards appear to size discriminate (smaller people gets less) whether intentional or not. When I'm paying $4-5 for no more than 2 oz of wine for tasting, I will call that out. Servers should be better trained, even if I wasn't being subconsciously being discriminated against.
  • Fabulous wine, gorgeous setting, lovely venue. Had the Viognier and Chardonnay. There was a pizza truck when we visited. Would go back.
  • Nice place and atmosphere. Wines are ok.
  • This was our first and best stop (Pindar & duck walk). We came on a Thursday at around 1130 and walked in on the guys that work in the fields/bottling having pizza. We asked if they were open and one guy came up to us and helped us out. I don't know if he was an owner manager or whatever but he was super helpful knowledgable and accommodating. He explained everything to me and my girlfriend. We tried 6 wines and bought two bottles, after we played with the cats. The wine was by FAR the best of our trip and only slightly more expensive. The place also had the warmest, homelike feel of all the wineries. This wasn't your average mass production joint. All in all, we really enjoyed it and will defiantly look for Palmer in the future
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