Seneca Lake Wine Trail

Feb 9, 2016

  In 1986 the Seneca Lake Wine Trail was formed in the heart of New York State’s Finger Lakes region to attract more visitors to experience its rich history, beauty, and production of world-class wines. In 2016 the Seneca Lake Wine Trail celebrates its 30th Anniversary, and is the largest and most active wine trail in New York State with a community of over 35 wineries, a distillery, seven breweries and a meadery.

Working with more than 90 local businesses, four area Chambers of Commerce, and several tourism and regional organizations, the Seneca Lake Wine Trail has become a nationally and internationally recognized organization rivaling those in regions of California and Europe. The Trail implements innovative programs such as the Polar Passport and Wine Weekdays Passport, offering visitors a fun and affordable way to explore member wineries. Trail-wide events staged throughout the year, such as Pasta & Wine Weekend, Chocolate & Wine Weekend, Cruisin’ the Tropics Weekend, Spring Wine and Cheese Weekend, Smokin’ Summer Kickoff and the annual Deck the Halls weekends allow visitors to learn first-hand from winemakers and local chefs how to pair food and wine. Two new events will debut in 2016: Red Red Wine, which embraces the many terrific red wines the Finger Lakes region is rapidly becoming better known for, while Veggies & Varietals focuses on the increasing popularity of vegetarian dishes.

Seneca Lake Wine Trail members include 35 wineries, a meadery, distillery and 7 breweries: Anthony Road Wine Company, Atwater Estate Vineyards, Bagleys Poplar Ridge Vineyards, Belhurst Winery, Castel Grisch Winery, Catharine Valley Winery, Caywood Vineyards, Chateau LaFayette Reneau Winery, Earle Estates Winery & Meadery, Fox Run Vineyards, Fruit Yard Winery, Fulkerson Winery, Glenora Wine Cellars, Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards, Hickory Hollow Wine Cellars, J.R. Dill Winery, Kings Garden Vineyards, Lakewood Vineyards, Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars, Leidenfrost Vineyards, Miles Wine Cellars, Penguin Bay Winery, Prejean Winery, Ravines Wine Cellars, Rock Stream Vineyards, Seneca Shore Wine Cellars, Serenity Vineyards, Standing Stone Vineyards, Three Brothers Wineries and Estates, Torrey Ridge Winery, Ventosa Vineyards, Villa Bellangelo, Wagner Vineyards, White Springs Winery, and Zugibe Vineyards.

For more information on Seneca Lake Wine Trail wineries and events call toll-free (877) 536-2717 or go online at

Seneca Lake Wine Trail – Grown Here, Made Here.