Calling all wine lovers! If you’re looking for wineries to visit, the vineyards in Finger Lakes NY will be perfect for you. Moreover, it’s a beautiful region to visit for a weekend getaway with friends or a loved one. Finger Lakes consists of eleven lakes, Canadice, Canandaigua, Cayuga, Conesus, Hemlock, Honeoye, Keuka, Otisco, Owasco, Seneca, and Skaneateles. These lakes were given the name “Finger Lakes” because of their narrow shape that resembles the shape of a finger… original! Additionally, his place is home to numerous outdoor attractions and the infamous Finger Lakes Wineries.

Visiting wineries is a popular activity in the Finger Lakes region, especially during the cooler months. The Finger Lakes specializes in a variety of white wines, such as Riesling and Gewurztraminer. So round up a few of your closest friends and spend the weekend exploring Finger Lakes wineries. Here are 7 must-see vineyards in Finger Lakes NY:

1. Zugibe Vineyards

Zugibe’s is located on Seneca Lake in Geneva, NY. Zugibe’s has a tasting room as well as an outdoor seating area overlooking the lake. This winery offers wine, tastings, food, as well as hosting private events and weddings. After a day of wine tasting, you’ll want to visit the town of Geneva for dinner – try Halsey’s or Kindred Fare for a delicious meal! These restaurants are around 15 minutes away from Zugibe’s.

Be sure to bring a bottle of wine home from Zugibe’s so your friends can have a taste of the Finger Lakes!

2. Fox Run Vineyards

Fox Run is a family-owned vineyard located on Seneca Lake in Penn Yan, NY. Besides the beautiful view of Seneca Lake, this winery offers wine tastings, winery and vineyard tours. Fox Run also has a trendy market and cafe.

After a day at Fox Run, try Ports Cafe located in Geneva, NY for a special dinner.

3. Keuka Spring Vineyards

Keuka Vineyards is located in Penn Yan, NY on Seneca Lake, and consists of three vineyards, Wiltberger Vineyard, Humphreys Vineyard, and Dynamite Vineyard. Offering wine tastings, vineyard tours, and a wine club, Keuka Vineyards is one of the most highly regarded wineries in the Finger Lakes.

4. Boundary Breaks Winery

The Boundary Breaks Winery is located in Lodi, NY. Boundary Breaks is well known for its Rieslings and Cab Franc wines. This winery offers tastings as well as vineyard tours. Be sure to try one of Boundary Breaks’ Rieslings while visiting, you definitely don’t want to miss out!

5. Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail is located in Romulus, NY near Seneca Lake. Cayuga Lake is America’s first wine trail. This wine trail consists of 14 vineyards and offers tastings, flights, and breathtaking views of Seneca Lake.

Also, the vineyards included in the wine trail are Americana, Buttonwood Grove, Cayuga Ridge Estate, Goose Watch, Hosmer, Knapp, Long Point, Lucas Vineyards, Montezuma, Six Mile Creek, Swedish Hill, Thirsty Owl, Toro Run, and Varick Vineyards.

6. Three Brothers Wineries and Estates

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The Three Brothers Wineries is located in Geneva, NY, near Zugibe Vineyards. The place offers three wineries, a microbrewery, and a cafe. Also, you can find wines, beers, hard ciders, spiked seltzers, and craft sodas. Three Brothers also includes a tasting room… perfect for an exciting day of food and drinks!

7. Belhurst Castle and Winery (Amongst one of the most picturesque Finger Lakes Wineries)

The Belhurst Castle is located in Geneva, NY on Seneca Lake. Belhurst is home to three hotels, two restaurants, a winery, a spa, and even a salon! Belhurt Castle was named ‘World’s Best Wine Hotel’ by Wine Enthusiast and was voted number three in USA TODAY’S Top 10 Wine Country Hotels. From delicious wine and craft beer to hosting various events including weddings, Belhurst’s winery and tasting room is a must-see.

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