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Cutchogue is located in Suffolk County, New York, on the eastern end of Long Island in an area called the North Fork.

Named after a local Native American tribe called the Corchaug, which means "principal place," Cutchogue saw its first European settlement in 1640.

The oldest building in Cutchogue, known as the "Old House," dates back to 1649. Cutchogue's rich colonial history also can be seen in its Village Green Historical Complex, as well as its preserved historical buildings, such as the Wickham Farmhouse, Carriage House, and Schoolhouse Museum.

Cutchogue is also known for its fertile soil, which for centuries has supported a thriving agriculture sector. Today, the area features many wineries, which take advantage of a mild climate and rainfall pattern that resemble the weather of Bordeaux, France.

The first winery in Long Island was Hargrave Vineyard, founded in Cutchogue in 1973, and the area has numerous wineries today, featuring wine tastings and fine food. Cutchogue is a tourist destination for visitors seeking a sense of history combined with ongoing recreational opportunities on both land and sea, and it is also an excellent place to live, work, and raise a family.

Indeed, it is still well-named as the "principal place."

 

 

 

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