Southold Historical Society: Exhibit / ‘A Toast to Long Island Wine’ / thru October 7

Ann Currie-Bell House, Southold Historical Society Museum Complex


Exhibit Open: Clink! A Toast to Long Island Wine 


Learn how and why North Fork soil is perfect for growing wine grapes and how weather affects the vintage. Will the Hawaii volcano cause a poor harvest? See photos of the changing workforce over the past 40 years. Get a map of local vineyards & wineries.
For more information:
(631) 765-5500 or email us at
July 1 to October 7
Ann Currie-Bell House
Saturday & Sunday 1-4 pm
Wednesday tours by Appt.
Clink! A Toast to Long Island Wine is the Southold Historical Society’s visual essay exhibition about the history of wine on Long Island. A visual essay is a sequence of photographs or other images which are either original or found.
Taken together, the images provide a critical commentary of the wine industry on Long Island over the past 40 years. The visual essay includes photographs, paintings, graphs, quotes, music and objects pertaining to the Long Island wine industry.
This exhibit was made possible by a grant from the Robert D.L. Gardiner Foundation.




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