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Long Point Winery, Cayuga Lake, Finger Lakes 

Long Point Winery

 Long Point Winery is located just off scenic State Route 90, with a beautiful view overlooking Cayuga Lake. Winemaker Gary Barletta focuses his attention on the dry red wines such as Merlot and Syrah while Rosemary adorns the tasting room with unique gifts for all occasions. 

Posted: Sunday, April 15th, 2007 @ 10:17 am by Curt
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Finger Lakes Winery, Knapp Vinyards on Cayuga Lake

Knapp Vineyards Winery and Restaurant, located on the west side of Cayuga Lake, is a truly unique winery where you can sample fine wines, browse for gifts, and enjoy a relaxing meal, all in a vineyard setting! Visitors to Knapp comment on the fine selection of award-winning wines, cordials, and brandy.

Posted: Sunday, April 15th, 2007 @ 10:11 am by Curt
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Seneca Lake Wine Tour Trolly 

Seneca Lake Wine Tour
The Finger Lakes only Jump-on Public Wine Tours of
Seneca Lake.

Enjoy a scenic scheduled preset tour with other wine lovers while enjoying an old fashion style Trackless Trolley!

Posted: Sunday, April 15th, 2007 @ 9:23 am by Curt
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Cayuga Wine Trail

Nestled in the heart of the Finger Lakes is the Cayuga Wine Trail, a 16 winery member organization surrounding Cayuga Lake and offering a unique blend of fine wines.

See It, Taste It, Live It, Love It!

Posted: Saturday, April 14th, 2007 @ 11:36 am by Curt
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King Ferry Winery, Treleaven Wines

It’s here on the east side of Cayuga Lake, King FerryTM Winery where you are invited to experience first-hand what having a burning passion for fine winemaking really tastes like.

A small farm winery, producing world-class TreleavenTM Wines, King Ferry Winery, is owned and operated by Tacie and Peter Saltonstall. Here, delicate vinifera grapes are hand-tended and selectively picked to produce extremely complex and full-flavored wines. Treleaven Chardonnays are crafted in the centuries-old Burgundian tradition.

Choosing quality over quantity, the Saltonstall family knows by reducing yields in the vineyard, barrel fermentation and aging in French and Hungarian oak barrels—only wines with proven depth of fruit character are produced.

Posted: Saturday, April 14th, 2007 @ 10:16 am by Curt
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