“10 acre pumpkin patch, corn maze & more”
In 1978, seeds began to sprout as two high school sweethearts (Ed & Monica Harbes) married young and decided to try their hand at life on the farm. Ed learned everything there was to know from his father who taught him the secrets of farming acquired over 13 generations out on the East End. Equipped with a new corn planter, a bag of special seeds and the support of his wife and children, the Harbes Family Farm Stand opened. Dad grew the corn and built the farm stand, Mom painted the sign, and even before it was dry their ten year old son Jason along with the family dog Queenie, was selling corn to neighbors. They were humble beginnings to be sure, but people were kind to them, liked what they had to offer and their business steadily grew. In 2003, Bordeaux grape vines were planted on a stony south-facing hill (just where French grapes like it), producing the fine and subtle wines that the North Fork is famous for. The 100-year old Cherry barn at the Mattituck farm provides a simple, country retreat for wine tasting and relaxing amongst lush green fields, under clear blue skies. We welcome you to our farms, invite you to be our guests and take in all the beauty that surrounds you. From our family, to yours…
Amazing place for families and friends! The wines are phenomenal and the entire atmosphere is out of a dream! The tasting room is in the families 100 year old renovated potato barn. The Barnyard Adventure is the best to visit in the spring and summer, baby animals (sheep,goats,bunnies) and there are no crowds or lines. It's the perfect day in the country. <3
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