When you compare “apples to apples”, Long Island wines
are generally a better buy
North Fork of Long Island (AVA)
Long Island Whine
Are Long Island wines really over-priced? Or are we looking at them from the wrong perspective?...Compared to wines of similar structure, ambition and distinction from around the world, Long Island’s best wines are better values than ever.
March 16, 2006
Just like the best wines we drink, a discussion of wine prices and price-to-value ratios is a complex and nuanced one. There are dozens of factors that drive a winery in setting its wine prices, including land costs, labor costs, market pressures, and supply and demand -- the list is seemingly endless.