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McCall Wines, Cutchogue

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#3 of 9 in Wineries in Cutchogue
Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
McCall Wines is a family run winery on Long Island's North Fork. We make low yield, quailty driven, estate grown wines from our Pinot Noir and Merlot vineyards. You can find us in a handful of New York's finest restaurants or at our tasting room in Cutchogue.

(631)734.5764

In 1996 Russell McCall planted three clones each of cool climate Pinot Noir and Merlot. Since, the McCall family has been growing and selling our grapes to local winemakers. Our grapes have been used in Channing Daughters 2006 Rosato, and Kurt Eckart's 'Cru' in 2004, among others.

We planted knowing we were going to sell our crops until the time was right to make a very special wine. We weren't interested in putting our name on a bottle unless it was great. 2007 became our debut vintage.

In 2007 we made our first wines and since we've been marketing to a limited number of upscale restaurants and retailers in New York City and on the North Fork.
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  • My husband and I visited McCall Wines (and several other wineries) while spending a weekend in Long Island. Their indoor tasting room is a beautifully restored barn. Outside, the winery offered...  more »
  • Visited McCall Wines on October 22,2020. We really enjoyed ourselves. The staff is friendly, the scenery is beautiful and the wines were good. However, we paid extra $50 for what they listed on...  more »
  • Wines and charcuterie were good. Julia, our waitress, was terrific. Tables nicely spread out. Reserve Merlot was the best of the six wines we tasted.  more »
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  • Secluded backyard, very serene. Winery is an old barn. Many selections of Pinot Noir. The wines here were good, but not a favorite.
  • Merlot made me like Merlot again. Reds are soft and smooth, nice body. French style
  • Always a favorite, great wine, delicious cheese and crackers and the always knowledgeable and charming Katie! Highly recommend a visit!
  • Fine wines, great people and rustic venue!
  • There are quite a few truly exceptional wineries out on the North Fork, and this is hands-down the best. What the tasting barn lacks in polish and ambiance, it makes up with the friendliness and knowledge of the staff, and the amazing wines they pour. It's a rustic setting that might underwhelm you on first approach, but it works so well with the honesty in the bottle and the genuine people working there. McCall understands that a young wine, while drinkable isn't necessarily what people want. Few people have the patience or space to lay a bottle down for 3-5 years, so they do it, releasing wines just as their reaching the start of their best drinkable years. And they do continue to age well. 10-15 year old reds are still improving. They have a multi-tiered wine club with a small membership, and while I definitely prefer some wines to others, they have not made a wine that I couldn't appreciate. In addition to wine, McCall has a herd of cattle and farm raised beef is available for sale. If you like wine, McCall should be a mandatory stop on the North Fork wine trail.

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