GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | Some North Fork wineries are beginning to feature larger bottles, as detailed in a recent New York Times article.

Bigger bottles are more expensive and thus harder to sell. That’s the reason most Long Island vineyards say they don’t produce larger bottles of wine, known as magnums.

But that’s not to say no local wineries sell wine by the larger bottle size.

The New York Times recently featured several local wineries that sell wine larger bottles of wine, including Pellegrini Vineyards in Cutchogue, which sells a liter bottle.

Read the Times story by clicking here