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Tag Archives: Seneca Lake

Discover the Finger Lakes Wine Region

Discover the wines of the Finger Lakes this summer!

Twenty-year Old Saperavi Vines in the Finger Lakes

Our search for Georgian winemaking techniques and Georgian grape varieties continued during and after the Wine Bloggers Conference in Corning, New York.

Pasta & Wine Event on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail

Save the Dates: January 16, 17, 18 for the Pasta and Wine Event on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail! On the third weekend of January, the Seneca Lake Wine Trail is hosting  Pasta & Wine Weekend. Choose the wineries you want to visit. At each participating winery sample pasta dishes paired with wine. Purchase tickets […]

Riesling Styles – Michigan or New York

Terry and I have an ongoing debate. He prefers the Riesling wines that we discovered on Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsulas in Michigan, while I favor Rieslings from around Seneca and Cayuga Lakes in the Finger Lakes region of New York. The Riesling wines from Michigan tend to have a hint of minerality on them. […]

Winery Tasting Rooms Use Yellow and Red Cards

After visiting more than 450 winery tasting rooms, we have not seen unruly behavior by visitors. While some tasting rooms are quiet others have more socializing. Each one has its own style and atmosphere. It was with shock that we learned one of the owners of Three Brothers Wineries, in the Seneca Lake wine region […]


This evening I have been enjoying a peach spumante from Glenora a winery in New York. The tiny bubbles gave an elegant cast to the champagne glass. The aroma was a definite peach. On the first taste I could feel the peach flavor spreading. The Peach Spumate  is semi-sweet and is a refreshing summertime drink. […]

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