Stories of Seneca

Seneca Lake is special for many reasons. There’s the beautiful waterfalls, the gorgeous vineyards, the quaint small towns, creameries and agritourism, great restaurants and farm-to-table fare, and of course, the lake itself. But we are also home to more wineries than just about any wine region east of the Rockies. Do you find yourself wondering why all these wineries popped up on Seneca Lake in particular? Our Stories of Seneca will help answer these and many other questions, as we go behind the scenes with winery owners and winemakers from around the lake.

Some we’ll ask 5 questions. Others have elected to write their own brief story. Either way, you’ll be fascinated by the results. Enjoy!

► Stories of Seneca: Leigh Hazlitt Triner of Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards

► Stories of Seneca: Paul Curcillo and Stephanie King of Torrey Ridge Vineyards

► Stories of Seneca: Liz Leidenfrost of Leidenfrost Vineyards

► Stories of Seneca: George & Aimee Nosis of Atwater Estate Vineyards

► Stories of Seneca: Brittany Bagley of Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyards

► Stories of Seneca: Liz Stamp of Lakewood Vineyards

► Stories of Seneca: Tom Prejean of Prejean Winery

► Stories of Seneca: Ann Martini of Anthony Road Wine Company

► Stories of Seneca: Luanne Mansfield of Three Brothers Wineries & Estates

► Stories of Seneca: Scott Osborn of Fox Run Vineyards

► Stories of Seneca: Jeff Dill of JR Dill Winery

► Stories of Seneca: Gene Pierce of Glenora Wine Cellars

► Stories of Seneca: Bruce Murray of Boundary Breaks Vineyard

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