Raise your glass to New York’s largest wine trail.
The Seneca Lake Wine Trail boasts over 30 member wineries so you can sample your way along the lakeshore. The cool climate is perfect for growing grapes, so many wineries proudly make all of their wines locally. And there’s more than just wine! The trail also features several breweries, distilleries, cideries, and even a meadery.
The trail’s food pairing weekends are especially popular, such as the Spring Wine and Cheese Festival. These events require tickets, which you can purchase online or by phone.
Seneca Lake is about 35 miles long, so the wine trail cannot be walked. Be sure to hire a transportation service (limo, anyone?) or bring a designated driver. Note that most wineries charge a small tasting fee, but some will refund the fee with a purchase.