Eleven Lakes Winery will celebrate it’s Grand Opening on Saturday, October 3rd. Cayuga Lake’s newest winery is located at 3550 St. Rt. 89 in Seneca Falls.
Grand opening festivities will involve a complimentary wine tasting of Eleven Lakes Winery wines, and will also feature cheese samplings from the Muranda Cheese Company and homemade ice cream from the Cayuga Creamery.
Eleven Lakes Winery offers wine tasting daily, from 10 – 6:30 Mon. – Sat. and 12 – 6:30pm on Sunday.
At Eleven Lakes Winery, you’ll discover more than just great-tasting fine wines, a carefully crafted tasting room, and a fun, energetic atmosphere; you’ll find dedicated owners and staff who are passionate about sharing the unique history and stories of the Finger Lakes—the amazing resources that make wine possible.
Taste the Finger Lakes at Eleven Lakes Winery. Join us for a tasting today!
Matt Jones & Stacee Elliott
Eleven Lakes Winery
3550 St. Rt. 89
Seneca Falls, NY 13148
Celebrate Autumn in the ‘Cuse! Add fall fun activities with the spirit of Halloween and you’ve got the celebration of Falloween!
Apple pie, apple strudel, candy apples, apple pizza… ok, you might not find the last one here, but it still sounds yummy! Celebrate the most deliciously crisp fruit in New York State, the gloriously red, green and yellow apple at the LaFayette AppleFest October 11 and 12 2008. Apples aren’t the only things ripe for picking this fall – pick out some one-of-a-kind trinkets and tasty seasonal specialties unique to Upstate New York at this premiere arts and crafts show!
The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Turns 25 and We Have A Lot To Celebrate!
Each winery is selling our 25th Anniversary Commemorative Items–Wine Glasses,
T-shirts, Pockette Corkscrews and Waiter Corkscrews, so plan a visit soon.
Cayuga Wine Trail
P.O. Box 123 · Fayette, NY 13065
Tel: 800-684-5217 · 607-869-4281 · Fax: 607-869-2429
Check out our Family Days during the month of August on Wednesdays.
1981 – Mary Plane, of Plane’s Cayuga Vineyards (now called Cayuga Ridge), looked at her empty parking lot and knew, if her fledgling winery was to succeed, she needed to fill it. What could she do to entice people to visit? Would people come if there were more to do, more to see? Thus began Mary’s vision of the Cayuga Wine Trail. And, Mary was right! (more…)