In Episode 3 of Wine About the Weather, I visit Adam Suprenant and his wife Laura , the owners of Coffee Pot Cellars.
Coffee Pot Cellars is a small-production winery located on the North Fork of Long Island, one hundred miles east of New York City. Their portfolio of artisanal, ultra-premium wines reflect our passion for the region and commitment to quality.
Named after the distinctively-shaped lighthouse that guides ships passing Orient Point to their destinations, Coffee Pot Cellars is the brightest new light in North Fork wine. Its first vintage in 2008 was the realization of veteran North Fork winemaker Adam Suprenant’s vision: To handcraft a small, focused portfolio of ultra-premium wines that expressed the full potential of the region’s terroir.
The five wines–Merlot, Meritage, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc–combine grapes from expertly-farmed vineyards with the winemaking skills Adam has honed over a distinguished career that includes a UC-Davis Master’s degree, training at Bordeaux’s Chateau Lafite-Rothschild and top Napa Valley wineries, and (most importantly) over fifteen years making award-winning, critically-acclaimed wine on the North Fork.
Coffee Pot Cellar’s brand new tasting room, located on the Main Road in Cutchogue, NY opened Memorial Day Weekend 2013.
To visit their new tasting room or contact them about getting some wine of your own, use this information:
31855 Main Road
Cutchogue, NY 11935
Phone: 631 765-8929