If it’s a trail, can we walk it?

The Seneca Lake Wine Trail is home to 29 member wineries. Although it’s called a “trail” – it is not for walking or hiking. Visiting the wineries is something you do at your leisure, while driving (we highly recommend a designated driver) or hiring transportation to take you from winery to winery. There are not any “step on” tours but there are full service companies who can help you plan your trip and provide transportation.

What should I know during COVID?

Right now, wineries are operating a bit differently than “usual”. Some require reservations and others do not. Large groups are strongly discouraged at this time as most wineries can only accommodate groups of no more than 4 to 6 people. Please review our Current Winery Offerings for complete details on each winery.

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The beautiful vineyard at Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars at Seneca Lake Wineries

Visiting With a Group

Due to state-imposed capacity restrictions related to COVID-19, most wineries are not accepting groups larger than 6 people at this time. Please see our Current Winery Offerings page for additional details on each winery’s policies.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Wondering about tasting fees, winery hours, planning a visit with a group, where to stay, and those types of planning questions? Head over to our Frequently Asked Questions page, where we hope to answer most of those questions. Explore our Wineries page to learn more about the individual tasting rooms.

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Tasting Tips

Because we care…the Seneca Lake Wine Trail member wineries encourage you to taste responsibly! We’re happy to offer these 5 tasting tips to help you make your visit safe and enjoyable.