Wolffer Estate Sagpond Vineyards, 139 Sagg Rd in Sagaponack

3.9 - 5 votes
  • 139 Sagg Rd
  • (631) 537-5106
  • website

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Su 11:00 - 7:00
Mo 11:00 - 7:00
Tu 11:00 - 7:00
We 11:00 - 7:00
Th 11:00 - 7:00
Fr 11:00 - 7:00
Sa 11:00 - 7:00

Hours or services may differ due to COVID-19. Please contact the business directly to verify hours and availability.

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  • Parking: Private Lot
  • Noise Level: Average


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Nicole R.
Came here for my best friends birthday and it was nice. The cheese board isn't anything to write home about, and is super overpriced but the wine is good. I wouldn't suggest eating inside, we were disappointed in the interior's lack of AC and the fact that our tables were weirdly sticky - eat outside for the views and hopefully better ambiance.
August 2020
Cyrus P.
I love the red wine here. Their red blend is very strong, but their Rose is super soft. The outdoor dining has always been a beautiful place to have some wine in. Very picturesque. Great location if anyone in your party is in to photography. I'd recommend making reservations as far in advance as possible. We spent a good amount of time here and were never rushed. It was a serene experience.
August 2020
Jonathan R.
Terrible place! for a supposed upscale venue you shouldn't have college students in cut off shorts doing check in. Then waiting 20 minutes until service comes while sitting at cheap tables, makes for a less than stellar experience. With highly discouraged people visiting this venue unless you have never before visited a vineyard. Bathrooms are gross too.
July 2020
Jinhee H.
I loved this estate with beautiful landscaping, vineyards, barrels, interiors, and of course their wines. They have a drive-through and require reservation.
July 2020
Jaclyn M.
My favorite vineyard in all of Long Island. I live this place. My favorite wines and the grounds are spectacular. Lots of space and amazing snacks and charcuterie!
July 2020
Ryan F.
Visited Wolffer Estate Vineyard with friends on Friday evening. A fun experience, which was marred by new restrictions. I would definitely return, but not until things are operating more normally.Quality: Unfortunately this was my first experience in this time that was definitely impacted by COVID. Missing out on the fun of doing Wine Flights to discover what wines you want more is a huge disappointment. Absolutely understandable, but still impactful. Instead our group ordered a few bottles, and I got to try the Grandioso Rose 2019, Summer In A Bottle White 2019, and Fatalis Fatum 2017. The Grandioso Rose was the highlight of the group, a perfect wine to sip on a summer evening, but it still stinks not having an easy way to try more. For food we ordered all of the Charcuterie & Cheese, which wound up being eight items and the Warm Baguette with Olive Tapenade. All very safe options, with the only standout being the unique goat cheese.Quantity: At this time they are not doing Wine Flights, so it is only Glass and Bottle options. The food is little more than snacks, don't expect it to be your meal.Value: Wine Bottles ranged from $36 to $110. $35 for 5 selections of Charcuterie & Cheese. $10 for the Warm Baguette with Olive Tapenade.Ambiance: Wolffer Estate Vineyard is a sprawling winery located in Sagaponack, Long Island. The space is truly wonderful and extremely inviting even in this time of social distancing. You enter the main building via a staircase, and immediately on your right you see the tools used by the winery. The inside room is very spread out, but not hard to imagine stuffed with people. A covered deck surrounds the building, and then additional picnic tables sprinkle the lawn alongside the grapes. And the highlight seating area is the beautiful pergola table under the vines, which hosts private experiences. No matter where you sit, you get wonderful views of rows of grapes and on most evenings, beautiful sunsets.Crowd: Reservations are an absolute must at a time when you cannot stand and drink. At least a week in advance for popular times, and you still may not get your pick of space.Service: Extremely well organized operation to make sure guests feel safe and well-taken care of upon entry. However, a lot of chaos and lack of coordination during actual service. The most obvious example was the pile up of plates and glasses on our table that no one seemed interested or potentially allowed to clear. Understanding the need to put in place precautions, some seemed needless.Parking: Several different private parking areas to accommodate guests.
July 2020
Laura G.
I had about 30 hours in the Hamptons and Wolffer was a must! During these crazy times I didn't know if they would be open, what's going on etc. Luckily their website is legit and explains to you how they are working. We were able to make a reservation for the terrace (online) - but I will say they book up fast, and I can see why! I wouldn't call myself a wine connoisseur, but I like wine, a lot - and I especially like to visit vineyards/wineries in all cities I travel to. First of all, we had reservations for 12:45pm but considering you just never know the traffic in the Hamptons, we unfortunately hit traffic and was about 25 minutes late. Luckily, they were accommodating and found us a perfect table on the lawn right next to the terrace. First impression, good so far. Then...after we started walking in and then out to the terrace and vineyard, just wow is all I can say. The setting is just gorgeous! The wine and cheese. Unfortunately we didn't have too much time, but I was able to try a few glasses of the Vintage 2017 Caya Cabernet Franc. I'm a big Cab Franc fan and I don't find them often so when I do, I must try! The full body texture mixed with the dark fruit blackberries taste, I loved it! I wanted to purchase a few to take with me, but I'm not a huge fan of checking my bag, so now I am on the hunt for this! I had to order some cheese and they had some great selections! I went with the St. Andre triple cream - so nutty and buttery! They added some crackers and a jam and I did not want it to end! Overall, an absolute gorgeous setting both in the front and back and a great selection of wine, ciders, spirits, cheese, charcuterie and more - and I know the Summer in a bottle is a must, so looks like I will be back, soon!
July 2020
Jatin K.
Finally got a chance to come and check this place out, after trying to get reservations for a while we got through. Had a reservation for 3, got there a little later than our scheduled time but there were no issues. Our server was Hugo, this kid was super respectful and super polite. Extremely accommodating. I suggest requesting him, he is super kind. So we started off with a summer in a bottle rose wine, this was absolutely delicious. We also got the Nosh charcuterie board to munch on while we were enjoying our wine and the views. We did have a bit of clouds however towards the end the clouds went away and the sun was beaming down. We were covered by an umbrella so it was okay. We went on to order our 2nd bottle which was also summer in a bottle this time getting the white wine. Both bottles were absolutely delicious. The views were scenic, and the service was top notch. Lots of fun at this winery.
July 2020
Sonali P.
We went to Wolffer on a Friday afternoon and they seated us inside even though we had a reservation and I specifically asked for a table outside. It was great weather so we asked the hostess to let us move to the table that had just been cleared and we had not ordered our wines/food yet. The other hostess was extremely rude and said no to us. They had no reason but sheer laziness/rudeness. Instead some people who just walked in were seated there. We still tried to make the most of it and had a great time, our server was great too! I would not recommend as these bottles are 3x the price. You would think that a vineyard would be the cheapest for a bottle of wine, but we went to a winestore in NYC that has the same bottle was $21, and we paid $60 for it at the vineyard.
July 2020
Mercedes C.
If there's one buzzword in the Hamptons, it's wine and we didn't want to leave without visiting a vineyard. On one of our drives, we noticed Wölffer in Sagaponack and mentally bookmarked it to visit during our 4 day stay. Couldn't reserve online, so I backed it up with a phone call to lock in our slot using my basic info. Located In Southampton, Wölffer Estate is on Sagg Road off Montauk Hwy. Sizable parking lot with a rotunda driveway and stairs leading up to waiting area. Because of the pandemic, Wölffer designated 2 'washing stations' upon arrival. Didn't know about them until we sat- but as soon as we situated ourselves, hubs and I took turns. Wölffer offers 1&a 1/2 hr sit-downs where you order your bottle(s) to drink within that time frame. Go ahead and order any of their Cheese, Charcuterie Boards (mix them if you prefer), Accoutrements or Small Plates. Due to the Coronav., there are no wine tasting flights (double-check that one). You can most definitely sit indoors- where tables are spaced at 6', there are visible floor indicators and French-styled doors ALL open for ventilation. Or...you can reserve for outdoor seating which we happily did under a rustic pergola that has a seal-tight clear 'ceiling' to protect everyone from the elements. Plus it gave us outside folks more of a fantastic landscape of Wolffer's vineyard.Bottles run from as low as $18 to $108 (although there are some above that). Settled on a $60 Noblesse Sparkling Rosé which was very nice and dry. Plus hubs bought 2 others. Our server Amira(?) placed our sparkling in a bucket filled with just the right amount ice to chill on a super humid afternoon. Two of our cheese selections were delightful especially an outrageously wonderful caramel-undertone sheep 'Lamp Chopper'. Also great was the nutty Brillat-Savarin similar but more intense than a Brie and the most delicate Quince jam! Our guy and Wölffer Estate's host Kevin, was super accommodating. He actually asked us to sit on these buttery soft leather chairs with 2 end small tables while our table was being sanitized. But there was a hiccup somewhere and we ended our day exactly where we started just because we almost had our own nook. Wine snob? No- but the Rosé and our white were dry and we loved it. Before visiting, we didn't quite know much about Wölffer Estate and so nice we do now. So no....we didn't get a 'wine tasting' per se, but being surrounded by the man behind Wölffer Estate's tastefulness, made all the difference.
July 2020
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