Reopening Tasting Rooms & Current Winery offerings
Wineries are able to reopen for outdoor service only beginning June 4th. Please click the “Current Winery Offerings” button below to see brief summaries of what each winery is offering. We are working to update this page in real-time, so please, be patient. Please head over to the winery listings for complete, more thorough details on the wineries you’d like to visit. Some wineries will reopen now while others will wait until the original June 12th reopening date.
upcoming wine trail events
We regret to inform you that Spring Wine & Cheese, Flights & Bites, and Smokin’ Summer Kickoff will not take place this year. We will not make a decision related to Deck the Halls until later this summer or early fall, when we feel we’ll have more information to better make an informed decision. Please refer to our Events Page for additional details (including information on refund options).
Planning a group visit?
At this time and for the foreseeable future, many wineries are requiring appointments for anyone who wants to visit and many are capping the group sizes they allow in their tasting room at much smaller numbers (between 4 and 8 people in most cases) than you may be used to. Please visit our Group Policy Page to learn more. For a complete summary of our current winery reopening policies and requirements for visiting (such as reservations and group limits), please visit our Current Winery Offerings page. This page will be updated as things continue to change. Our Winery Listings pages are also very helpful in terms of details for individual wineries.
Our wines are grown here. made here.
Seneca Lake is known for its diverse offering of world-class wines. Our member wineries are dedicated to producing wines that are made from grapes that are grown in the unique terroir surrounding Seneca Lake. We are standing ready to welcome you back to our tasting rooms, when the time is right!
Fresh air and open spaces
When the curve is flattened and travel reopens, there is no place like Seneca Lake to get away from it all. Seneca Lake is the heart of Finger Lakes wine country and a dream wine tourist destination! In addition to wine tasting, activities abound. Iconic attractions nearby include Watkins Glen State Park, Watkins Glen International, Corning Museum of Glass, Cornell University, Farm Sanctuary, Finger Lakes National Forest, Seneca Lake State Park, National Women’s Hall of Fame, and of course the many laid-back towns you’ll experience along the way. It’s never too early to start planning your next visit.
A taste of what you’ll see and experience
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