East Side

East Side

Atwater Estate Vineyards – Boasting one of the most panoramic views of all the wineries on Seneca Lake, Atwater Estate Vineyards has been growing grapes since Ted Marks purchased the vineyard in September of 2000. Atwater Estate Vineyards produces 7,000 cases of wine a year and grows 16 varieties of grapes.

Chateau LaFayette Reneau – Using traditional European wine making techniques,

Chateau LaFayette Reneau has won a number of awards for their wine; they have won the Governor’s Cup award three times since 1998, the most recent of which was in 2014.

Hazlitt 1852 – In 1852, the first of six generations of Hazlitt farmed the land Hazlitt 1852 sits on today. In 1985, Jerry and Elaine Hazlitt founded the Hazlitt 1852 vineyard. Hazlitt 1852 produces a wide variety of grapes and wines and is sure to have something for all tastes.

Idol Ridge Winery – Although Idol Ridge Winery is a newcomer to Seneca Lake, opening in 2013, the Martin family, who owns Idol Ridge Winery, has plenty of experience with wine; the Martin family also owns the Montezuma Winery and Hidden Marsh Distillery. Idol Ridge Winery focuses on producing wines using European vinifera grapes.

J.R. Dill Winery – Winemaking started out as a hobby for J.R. Dill and it quickly grew into a passion. Continuing the tradition from his great grandfather, who worked in a vineyard over 100 years ago, J.R. Dill uses his passion for wine and the Finger Lakes to create quality wines.

Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars – Using sustainability farming practices, Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars produces all of the grapes used in their wine. Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars uses the consistency and high quality of their own grapes to their advantage, consistently producing award winning Finger Lakes wines.

Penguin Bay Winery – Focusing on cool climate wines, Penguin Bay Winery has won awards for both red and white wines. You can also taste wines from Swedish Hill and Goose Watch, the sister wineries of Penguin Bay, at Penguin Bay Winery. While at Penguin Bay Winery, be sure to visit the gift shop and enjoy the picnic area overlooking Seneca Lake.

Three Brothers Wineries & Estates – Three Brothers Wineries & Estates consists of four wineries and a brewery all rolled into one. There are four different areas to enjoy any of the Three Brothers Winery products including a wonderful variety of Finger Lakes wines and craft beers. Located in Geneva on the east side of Seneca Lake, you won’t want to miss a stop. Whether you are feeling adventurous, romantic, or sophisticated, there is a special location on the Estate to cater to your needs.

Ventosa Vineyards – Try the variety of wines Ventosa Vineyards produces, including their unique Italian varieties like Sangiovese and white Tocai Friulano, in their Tuscan themed scenic tasting room overlooking the east side of Seneca Lake. You can also enjoy light Italian Cuisine at Café Toscana. If you’re looking for the perfect place for your wedding, look no further than the La Vista e Bella Room. La Vista e Bella Room is a large, unique space with a dance floor and access to an expansive outdoor terrace.

Wagner Vineyards & Wagner Valley Brewing Co – Cultivating 250 acres of grapes and producing 50,000 cases of wine each year, Wagner Vineyards & Wagner Valley Brewing Co is one of the larger operations in the Finger Lakes region. Wagner Vineyards & Wagner Valley Brewing Co also produces a diverse selection of award winning craft beers. Both wines and beers can be sampled while dining at The Ginny Lee Cafe, an onsite café on the Wagner Vineyards & Wagner Valley Brewing Co.

Zugibe Vineyards – Specializing in dry and semi-dry Finger Lakes wines, Zugibe Vineyards produces estate grown wine in Geneva on the east side of Seneca Lake. Winemaker Fredrick T. Zugibe III works to produce innovative, complex, and delicious wines while Sean Zugibe manages the 40 acres of vineyard, growing 11 varietals of grape.

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