With 95 acres of farmland, Bedell Cellars on the North Fork of Long Island has recently come on the market for $17.9 million, reports Behind the Hedges.
BTH also reports that the Cutchogue vineyard’s wine, the Bedell Merlot, was the very first Long Island wine that was served at the White House. It was served at former President Obama’s 2013 inauguration lunch.
The total acreage is spread out between three separate locations, with a total of five distinct parcels of land, which includes a residential property. In addition to a 10,000-square-foot commercial winery (which is host to the tasting room, a wine lab, a barrel room, a fermentation cellar, and a bottling line, according to the listing), there’s also a recently renovated four-bedroom cottage, and an additional 4,000-square-foot events building.
Corcoran Group real estate agent Gary DePersia represents the listing.
Listing and photo credit: Corcoran Group