The Old Field in the Press
Featured in The Today Show!
The Today Show
Featured in the film “The Romantics”.
The Old Field Vineyards in Southold exemplifies the agricultural evolution….continued– The Boston Globe
The Old Field Vineyards featured in Budget Travel Magazine.
“The Old Field Vineyards Cabernet franc is a delightful wine with a lingering gentle finish and soft middle palate.” – Pulse Magazine 2006
“..an outstanding sparkling wine. Silky and refined on the palate with well integrated mousse. I was delighted to be able to taste this wine twice to dispel any doubts on just how good it is!” (90 points)
2002 Cabernet Franc “light to medium weight offers a bonus in glycerin and pudding on the palate as well as finer tannins..” (86 points) – Wine Advocate, June 2006
On Wednesday, September 6th at 8:30 PM, on Channel 21, The Old Field Vineyards was featured in Souls of New York. The show features a group of 6 farmers and fishermen, including The Old Field, from the East End of Long Island, talking about their jobs and the passion that they have for the Earth and what she can provide.
Blanc de Noir “notes of toast and dough, cherry.. and a touch of oxidized apple and spice. The finish was long and complex, our local wines can compete with the best wines of the worlds. Here is yet one more example.” – Dan’s Papers September 1st 2006
Chris Baiz “impressed upon the group how labor intensive growing and making wine can be.” – Wine Camp The New York Times May 14th 2006
“The Old Field wines are excellent and varied a tribute to their small acreage, limited yields and imaginative winemaking.” – Art of the Times Summer 2005
Featured in Bon Appetit magazine – Bon Appetit October 2005
“The sparkling wine is fruity, luscious and creamy.” – Palm Beach wine expert, Kelly Harris
“Their hard work pays off in their chardonnay and sparkling Blanc de Noir.” Virginia Philip, master sommelier, The Breakers Hotel and holder of The Best Sommelier in the country award. – Hamptons Cottages & Gardens 2005
“... this couple (Ros and Chris) produces limited quantities of some superb wines.” – East Hampton The Star May 13th 2004
“The pearl in the oyster of the Old Field winery is the 2000 Merlot” It is a remarkably good expression of the capabilities of Long Island vineyards. – Arts and Lifestyles December 4th 2003
“A crisp Chardonnay, which New York’s Four Seasons serves, a full bodied Merlot, and a tart Cabernet franc prove it was worth the wait.” – East Hampton The Star May 22nd 2003
The Old Field Vineyards “the oldest same-family-owned winery/vineyard on Long Island” – The Suffolk Times May 1st 2003