LaValle Proposes North Fork Wine Trail Extension

Ken LaValle
Ken LaValle

A bill sponsored by New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle that extends the North Fork Wine Trail has passed the New York State Senate, and has now been sent to the Assembly.

“The North Fork Wine Trail to Orient Point has been extremely successful in helping Suffolk County wineries attract customers,” Senator LaValle said, adding, “The designation has been successful for the existing wineries and this extension will allow new wineries to also participate in the North Fork Wine Trail. More than a million wine lovers and tourists visit East End wineries each year.”

According to the bill: … the North Fork Wine Trail will … begin at exit 71 the Long Island Expressway (LIE), then proceed easterly along State Route 24 to its intersection with County Route 105, then northerly along County Route 105 to its intersection with Route 25, easterly along Route 25 to the intersection of Route 48 and Route 25, then easterly along Route 25 to its eastern terminus and westerly along county Route 48 (alternatively known as North Road, Middle Road, Sound Avenue) from its eastern terminus to its intersection with Edwards Avenue, and then south along Edwards Avenue to its intersection with the LIE, shall be designated and known as the “North Fork Wine Trail”.

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