Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard
During the 1980s, Sam Rubin ventured to eastern Long Island and acquired what has since become the beautiful Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard (“BHFV”). A lifelong farmer and naturalist, he began to till the soil, the basis for all great wines, using only organic compost and other natural ingredients.
On his first 3 1/2 acres, Sam planted fine French vines and continued to plant after he purchased an additional 13 1/2 acres. By this time, his son Richard, a successful business entrepreneur, knew that his father needed help. And so, he stepped in with a sound business plan and a talented team to oversee and supervise wine making production and vineyard management. This approach, the acquisition of fine French vines, the rather hospitable climate of the region, along with their vision and hard work, remain the foundation for BHFV's rather exceptional wine.
When visiting wine country along the North Fork of Long Island, BHFV is the first vineyard you will see on Sound Avenue, conveniently located just east of Edwards Avenue. The warm family-like atmosphere, a Rubin family trait, and the bucolic setting make it an ideal place for quick day trips for the entire family, catered parties and other events.
2114 Sound Avenue
P.O. Box 245
Baiting Hollow, NY 11933
Tastings: Visit our new Tasting Room: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 11- 5pm, Friday - 11- 6pm; Saturday and Sunday 11-7pm; Closed Tuesdays
Tours: By appointment only
Wine Club: Yes
Sales Contact: Steve Levine, 631-369-0100, firstname.lastname@example.org