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Keuka Lake Wine Trail

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Keuka Lake Wine Trail

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Seneca Lake Wine Tasting & Tour
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Seneca Lake Wine Tasting & Tour

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Explore the scenic Finger Lakes region of New York during a half-day or full-day wine tour and tasting with an expert guide. Travel the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, home to over 30 wineries, and experience its history, beauty, and world-class wines. Your tour includes three or four winery visits, wine tastings, and transportation. Plus, upgrade to visit an extra winery with lunch included.
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Paul C wrote a review Sep 2020
White Plains, New York755 contributions313 helpful votes
We took a ride to the Finger Lakes and thought we would just see some nice scenery and relax. I knew there were a few wineries up there but I wasn’t very hopeful about the wine after having wine in Dutchess County and Long Island. We were shocked that there are about 70 wineries there some of which have really nice facilities. The wine was actually better than expected. It’s not full bodied. If you want or need that you have to go to California but they make some nice reasonably priced drinkable wines.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from KeukaLakeWine, Public Relations Manager at Keuka Lake Wine Trail
Responded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for visiting! The scenery is definitely a great reason to visit, but we're delighted to hear the wineries exceeded your expectations. Cheers!
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Ike wrote a review Aug 2020
Hawthorne, New Jersey8 contributions
I just want to quickly note that I don't think the area is very gay friendly. There were a couple experiences we had where my fiance (male) and I (male) were treated coldly or rudely for no apparent reason. In just one example, we stopped at an antique shop and the owner looked over then went on with what he was doing. Not 5 minutes later a straight couple walked in and he pleasantly greeted them. Unless someone actually says something homophobic, you can never know for sure, but in the absence of any other reasoning I could think of and the pattern that developed, we were pretty certain the area was not the most tolerant. I will say that the younger people were much nicer to us, so maybe the areas is changing with a new generation. But I think other couples should know what they might expect from an industry that is often otherwise known to be welcoming. I highly recommend the whites over the reds. I had seen something that said something of that nature before I left, and the very first tasting we did confirmed that for me. Of the three wineries we visited, I recommend Deep Root and Heron Hill, and for different reasons. Deep Root was such a personal and intimate experience where the owner told us all about his journey to opening the place and we really got a feel for the industry on a human level. Heron hill has an outstanding view and the best local wines we had. I would avoid Bully Hill if the highly commercialized experience is off-putting for you.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from KeukaLakeWine, Public Relations Manager at Keuka Lake Wine Trail
Responded 4 weeks ago
Hi there - -thank you and your fiancé so much for visiting the Finger Lakes and Keuka Lake. We truly this doesn't deter you from coming back to see us again as there is so much to do here. We feel disappointed that you had some experiences where you didn't feel welcomed. Our area and especially the wineries, are known to be one of the most welcoming, home-town feel experiences you can get in the Northeast. Though we cannot make excuses for the businesses that did not provide a warm welcome to you, we couldn't say enough how great our member wineries are. They all have wonderful reviews and customer service with a focus on education and entertainment as a focus. We're super glad to hear about your positive experience at Heron Hill, a Keuka Lake Wine trail member, as well as Deep Root, who are also very fine folks who are exactly what you described.
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Mark S wrote a review Feb 2020
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania36 contributions21 helpful votes
The Keuka Lake Wine Trail and its passport is an excellent way to taste your way around this beautiful lake. Excellent bargains await as you visit. Save room in the car as you will likely pick up a bottle or two or dozen, along the way.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Donald M wrote a review Feb 2020
East Amherst, New York14 contributions4 helpful votes
Keuka Lake is the most scenic of the no Finger Lakes. With a cold front and new snow it's prettier than ever. We came to Hammondsport to eat, but the wineries beckoned first. There are numerous wineries with different wines. Keuka Lake Winery is rustic, but a delightful visit. Dr. Frank's should not be skipped. Domaine Leseure is French through and through while Weiss is German. McGreggors should be visited every time. The others are also good with varying choices. Despite the chill, this is a great place in the heart of Winter.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JWalker736 wrote a review Oct 2019
Frederick, Maryland5 contributions6 helpful votes
So many wineries, so little time! Highly recommend a stay at the Park Inn, visit to Curtiss Museum, and the Point of the Bluff Winery. Be sure to catch a ride with Finger Lake Seaplanes!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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