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Despite its bodacious beaches and historic towns, New York State’s Long Island still cruises medium to low on the travel radar. Most Americans — even many New Yorkers — who know anything about the largest island in the U.S., flaring out from the Big Apple like an enormous forked tongue, think: NYC bedroom communities, then beaches (Fire Island, the tony Hamptons).
But how many appreciate that not only does New York State harbor the country’s oldest continuously operated winery, but that the Hamptons teemed with vineyards 150 years ago and today’s East End offers some of America’s most engaging, even eminent wine country...
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