Wineries and waterways in Upstate New York.
Wine-Tasting in New York's Finger Lakes
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New York’s Fingerlakes have gorgeous scenery—plus the wines to toast them with. The area has over 35 wineries on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, all sited along routes 14 and 414 in a loop around Seneca Lake.

Wagner Vineyards

Taste the afternoon away at this waterfront winery, best known for its dry Rieslings.

Seneca Sailing Adventures

Book a three-hour sailing cruise around Seneca Lake; on-board discussions can range from Erie Canal and Native American history. Be sure to stock up on snacks and drinks—including beer and wine—before the boat sets sail.

The Ginny Lee

Lunch on smoked-duck salad or French onion soup on the broad, sunny deck overlooking Wagner’s vineyards.


Sample the award-winning wine list and French country cuisine, made with organic produce from the restaurant's garden.

The Fox & the Grapes Bed & Breakfast

The lakeside Victorian B&B has romantic rooms decked out with Persian rugs and antique beds.