Anthony Road Wine Company – A wide array of wines are created by the Anthony Road Wine Company using exclusively Finger Lakes grapes. From dry wines to dessert wines there is something for everyone.
Barnstormer Winery – Barnstormer Winery is one of the newest of the Seneca Lake Wineries. Only in their second vintage, they produced 1,600 cases in 2014. If you want to try some Barnstormer wine, visit the tasting room that hosts live music throughout the year.
Belhurst Estate Winery – The Belhurst Estate Winery is far more than just a winery. Belhurst features a spa, two restaurants and accommodations in addition to the wine. The Belhurst Castle is a landmark at Belhurst Estate Winery; this castle was built in the late 1880’s by Mrs. Carrie M. Young Harron.
Billsboro Winery – Focusing on dry vinifera wines, Billsboro Winery uses grapes from the Sawmill Creek Vineyard to make their quality wines. There are two
Billsboro Winery tasting rooms, one in Waterloo and the other in Geneva.
Castel Grisch Winery – Castel Grisch Winery is a restaurant as well as a winery on the west side of Seneca Lake and offers beautiful scenery of Seneca Lake and the surrounding landscape. Castle Grisch produces a variety of red, white and dessert wines.
Fox Run Vineyards – Fox Run Vineyards focuses on non-hybrid European grapes to make their award winning wines. Using cutting edge techniques along-side a diligent protection of their vines, Fox Run Vineyards has been producing top-quality wines for over 25 years and offers a top notch educational estate tours.
Fulkerson Winery – The Fulkerson family has owned the land on which the winery sits since Caleb Fulkerson first claimed the land in 1805. However, grapes only played a minor role in the farm until the 1970’s when Sayre and Roger (5th & 6th generation Fulkerson) expanded grape production. Today, Fulkerson Winery grows a large variety of grapes and produces a number of wines.
Glenora Wine Cellars – After the Farm Winery Act of 1976 was passed, the owners of Glenora Wine Cellars took the opportunity to become the first winery on Seneca Lake. Quickly, Glenora Wine became known for its quality, winning several awards in its first vintage.
Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard – Hermann J. Wiemer was convinced vinifera varietals could survive the harsh winters of New York during a time when few others agreed. In 1976, he planted his first vines knowing that the deep depths of Seneca Lake and the surrounding microclimate would protect his crop. Now, the Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard produces red, white, sparkling and dessert wines and is held in high praise by a number of wine critics.
Heron Hill on Seneca Lake – Heron Hill has three tasting locations, one on Keuka Lake, one on Canadiauga Lake at Bristol, and another in Himrod on Seneca Lake. This winery has grown from a small production of 5,000 cases when it first opened in 1977 to producing around 18,000 cases today. Heron Hill also holds a number of special events at all of their tasting locations.
Lacey Magruder Winery – Located just west of Seneca Lake, the Lacey Magruder Winery offers wine for your enjoyment. The Lacey Magruder Winery is a piece of Ireland in the Finger Lakes; their tasting room is inspired by a pub in Dublin, Ireland and is named after the owners’ two Irish grandmothers.
Lakewood Vineyards – In 1951, Frank Stamp moved into Lakewood Farm and converted it from a run-down peach and apple farm into a vineyard. The Stamp family focused exclusively on growing grapes until 1988 when Frank’s son, Monty, produced the first vintage under the Lakewood Vineyards name. They have gone on to produce a number of award winning wines while continuing to grow over 80 acres of grape vines.
Lake Street Station Winery – Offering their Lake Street Station Winery wine as well as Hazlett 1852, and 3 Brothers winery wine, Lake Street Station Winery is themed after a 1922 Texaco gas station. Lake Street Station Winery is located in downtown Geneva and features a liquor store as well as a tasting room, café and gift shop.
Miles Wine Cellars – Miles Wine Cellars produces estate grown wines that you can sample in the 200 year old Greek revival home that serves as their tasting room. You can also host your wedding at Miles Wine Cellars or enjoy their events, the café or stay in one of their comfortable and quaint Inn rooms.
Shaw Vineyard – Shaw Vineyard is a boutique winery focusing on food friendly European wines. Shaw Vineyards have won awards for the various wines they produce including Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
Starkey’s Lookout – Starkey’s Lookout produces wine using two labels, SenecaHayes Wine Cellars and the Twisted Screw Wine Company. SenecaHayes produces dry wines while the Twisted Screw Wine Company is for sweeter table wines. Starkey’s Lookout also produces its own craft beer and soda.
Torrey Ridge Winery & Earle Estates Meadery – Enjoy the beautiful and spacious tasting room at Torrey Ridge Winery & Earle Estates Meadery and sample any of their top quality wines and honey wines.
Villa Bellangelo – Villa Bellangelo is home to the oldest vineyard in Yates County, planted by Dr. Byron Spence in 1866. Michael Missick and the rest of the Missick family continued this tradition after founding Villa Bellangelo in 2002. They use a combination of American and European wine making techniques to produce a blend that is uniquely their own.
White Springs Winery – Visit White Springs Winery any time of year and sample a number of white and red wines in their spacious tasting room. In the milder months, you can enjoy the covered patio and the scenery of Seneca Lake. If it’s a little chilly outside, warm up by the fireplace and sip on a White Springs Winery wine.