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“Adorable Little Gem”

Coffee Pot Cellars Tasting Room
Ranked #9 of 20 things to do in Cutchogue
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Owner description: Named after the distinctively-shaped Orient Point Lighthouse, Coffee Pot Cellars is a small-production winery that is family owned and operated by dynamic husband-wife duo Adam Suprenant and Laura Klahre. Our intimate, cozy tasting room, located on the Main Road in Cutchogue just east of the King Kullen shopping plaza, features samplings of Adam's top-tier wines and the creative, innovative products of Laura's company Blossom Meadow. Coffee Pot Cellars' current portfolio includes two red wines, Merlot and Meritage, and three white wines, Gewurztraminer, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay, which was voted the best oaked Chardonnay in New York at the 2014 Wine and Food Classic. We produce less than 1000 cases of wine from grapes grown exclusively for us at some of Long Island's best vineyards. Blossom Meadow gets it's inspiration from Laura's career as a naturalist and beekeeper to offer high quality, handcrafted beeswax products such as lip balm, lotion bars, candles and crayons, native plant seeds, Orchard Mason Bee supplies, as well as a very limited production of local honey. Stop by and visit to enjoy effortless conversations about wine, bees and everything else under the sun while tasting some of the best wines available in the region. Meet the Winasaur!! Also check out the bees in Blossom Meadow's observation hive from mid-May through October.
Reviewed October 14, 2013

Make sure to check out this little gem in Mattituck on your next wine tasting travels! The tasting room is adorable and Laura is the friendliest!

Also make sure to say hello to the worker bees since Coffee Pot Cellars shares a home with beekeeper Laura's company Blossom Meadow where she sells pure beeswax candles, lip balms, lotions and more! It's definitely a must-see for it's unique look and products. We'll be back soon to have more delicious wine and interesting conversation.

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Reviewed October 14, 2013

Upon visiting the Coffee Pot Cellars, I met Laura, such a knowledgeable friendly owner and bee-keeper. I am in awe of what an inspiration, Laura is to the east end. Not only does she care about good wine, but she is such an educated scientist who know so much about the current plight of the bees. The bees are suffering from colony collapse disorder and bees are essential to humans for food production. Without the bees there is no us! I would love for people to come together and support the bees and all the environmental matters of importance. This would also mean to start treating the earth with respect and stop using chemicals every single time we think we need one. There are other alternatives that can promote the health of us as humans and the bees!
The wines were superb and I especially enjoyed the Sav. Blanc. The tasting room is so adorable and I especially loved everything the Coffee Pot Cellars Tasting Room has to offer, from milkweed seeds to great wines, to live honey bees in action. Bravo!!

Thank Jenn V
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Reviewed August 21, 2013

This is a small operation with a limited number of wines, but we stopped by on a weekday afternoon and had a wonderful conversation with the young lady who was working the counter. We had a lively, witty conversation which made it a lot of fun. When we indicated we were looking for a specific wine, which they do not make, the young lady gave us the names of a few other vineyards which did carry that kind of wine and marked where they were located on the wine country map.
The fact that they sell bee related items was also a plus. It made that vineyard more interesting to us and we ended up buying several different beeswax candles for friends.

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Reviewed August 20, 2013 via mobile

This is a tiny tasting room--but worth a visit. Between the honey, bees, and wine-this gem is worth visiting. Frankly, the wine is ok, but the staff made the visit fun. We'll be back!

1  Thank 17wandalust
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