The rustic setting at this Cutchogue vineyard provides visitors with a reminder of the North Fork’s agricultural past.
McCall Wines is decorated with antique farm tools and photos of the North Fork dating back to the early 1900s.
There’s an additional 20 acres of grazing pastures for the beautiful, grass-fed Charolais cattle. The tasting room was repurposed from the original potato barn at Downs Farm. The winery is known for its pinot noir and keeps its focus on wine and beef.
McCall was the first winery on the North Fork to install a windmill for generating power. It continues to produce all of the tasting room’s electricity.
The establishment is certified sustainable and has maintained a small production in order to harvest by hand and illicit flavors naturally without additives. The wines are consistently acknowledged as some of the best in the region in Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator and the New York Wine & Grape Foundation.
Burger Nights with North Fork Table & Inn’s food truck will be held Friday night starting mid-May. McCall also plans to host more food trucks, including Grace & Grit and Fortina Pizza.