Wine culture on the East End has taken on many forms. Though considerably new compared to traditional agriculture and farming, the Hamptons and North Fork are the two most prominent areas of Long Island wine country, and today are recognized nationwide. It’s not just the viniculture that has helped define the industry landscape, but beverage programs at restaurants and curated wine shops elevating the drinker experience. There is also the undeniable growth of a movement of women making their mark in all industries. Locally, women leading the way in the world of wine is not a new concept.
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