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From NYC:

Driving take 495 east (the Long Island Expressway) to Exit 73. Keep driving on Country Road 58 for approx. 5 miles. County Road 58 turns into Route 25, also known as the Main Road of the North Fork. Keep driving east for approx. 15 miles until reaching Cutchogue, NY. Turn left (heading north) on Alvah’s Lane. Turn right onto Sound Avenue, and make your first right into the Castello di Borghese tasting room parking lot.

The Long Island Railroad runs from Penn Station and Jamaica, with many stops along the way to pick up passengers on Long Island. The closest train stop to Castello di Borghese is Mattituck, 3 miles west of us. Find schedules and fares at www.mtalirr.org.

The Hampton Jitney also provides transportation from Manhattan and Queens to the North Fork. There is a stop in Cutchogue. Find schedules and fares at www.hamptonjitney.com.

Coming from the La Guardia or JFK airports one can hire a private car directly to the vineyard. Otherwise, take a taxi to the Queens stop of the Hampton Jitney and find your way east via bus on the North Fork line. Find schedules and fares at www.hamptonjitney.com. From the Long Island MacArthur airport, either hire a private car directly to the vineyard or take a taxi to the Ronkonkoma train station and take a train to Mattituck. Find schedules and fares at www.mtalirr.org.



From Connecticut:

The Port Jefferson Ferry leaves from Bridgeport, CT and arrives in Port Jefferson, NY. Take 25 A east for approx. 40 miles. 25 A turns into Sound Avenue, continue until Cutchogue. Make a right into the Castello di Borghese tasting room parking lot.

The Cross Sound Ferry leaves from New London, CT and arrives in Orient Point, NY. Take Sound Avenue west for approx. 30 miles. Continue until Cutchogue. Make a U-turn at the Alvah’s Lane median break, and then make your first right into the Castello di Borghese tasting room parking lot.