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J.R. Dill Winery is located on the East Side of Seneca Lake. With gorgeous views and a beautiful tasting room, come visit us to try our wines. We have a variety of wines to suit your tastes from dry reds to sweeter style whites. Hope to see you...more
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Visited here when they first opened, still working from boxes. Delicious wines, Jabberwocky especially. Also, now selling a jar of dill pickles with a bit of Riesling in the pickle juice. Nice, tasty item. Staff is very knowledgeable and accommodating. I don't skip this place...More
J. R. Dill was recommended to us and you did not disappoint. All the wines we tried in our tasting were excellent. The staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. We will be back next time we are in the area.
We enjoyed this winery. The wine taster was knowledgeable, friendly and worked well between the various people tasting. What intrigued us was the lake glass bar. Add a Jabber Waulkie wine glass to your collection! This winery will be on my list for a return...More
One of our favorite wineries from past trips to region. We tasted and we purchased as usual. We arrived at the right time as we were completing our purchase, a large busload of individuals entered to sample the wines. The staff must have been overwhelmed.
Wine samples were all tasty enough, but we really enjoyed the aroma of dill pickles permeating the air. You would think that would be a distraction, but it wasn’t at all! In fact we felt a little more inclined to make a definite plan for...More
This winery has a mom and pop, small business feel. Parking is tight and is across the road from the bigger lakeside wineries. This was the first we encountered from Watkins Glen. It was a rainy day. Few people in the small tasting room. The...More
There was only one other couple there when we entered, but with only one person on staff we had to wait a bit. This gave us an opportunity to look at the pictures and newspaper clippings on the walls which were full of the history...More