We have been growing and selling grapes on Long Island’s North Fork since the mid 1990s in the hamlet of Cutchogue, where we have our family home. Russ McCall planted our first vineyard knowing he would wait until the vines were mature and time was right to release his first wines. He wasn’t interested in putting our family name on a bottle unless it was worthy. 2007 was the vintage we found to be our jumping off point. Since then we have followed a model of winemaking focused on getting consistent results. Quality begins with farming. Our sustainable, low-yield vineyard practices allow our winemaker to work with only the finest grapes, the foundation of any distinguished wine.