Wineries On Seneca Lake

Looking to do some swirling and sipping in the Finger Lakes, NY? If you’re planning a trip to this stunning region, you can’t miss exploring the incredible Seneca Lake wineries.

In this complete guide, I’m popping the cork on all the deets you need for a wine-filled adventure.

Try the Riesling HJW to experience a wine from Hermann’s original plantings. The older vines give great concentration to the ripe pear, apricot, and honeydew melon notes.

Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard

Red Tail Ridge is all about sustainable viticulture, being the first LEED Gold-certified green winery in New York State. And they use geothermal energy for heating and cooling in the wine production process.

Red Tail Ridge Winery

After working at Anthony Road Wine Company, Johannes planted Kemmeter’s first vines in 2014. And by 2018, they were growing all their own grapes.

Kemmeter Wines

Louis traveled the world looking for the right spot, and he found it in the Finger Lakes. And in 2011, he joined forces with longtime friend Rick Rainey to create Forge Cellars. 

Forge Cellars

Since Boundary Breaks' first harvest in 2011, Bruce’s Rieslings have been raking in awards, landing on Wine Enthusiast’s Top 100 Wines in the World list three times.

Boundary Breaks

Founded in 2001 by Morten Hallgren and his chef wife Lisa, Ravines Wine Cellars brings the best of wine and food together.

Ravines Wine Cellars

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