Seneca Lake has continuously hosted more and more wineries, from an initial two in the mid 1970s to over 40 wineries today. The deepest of the Finger Lakes, Seneca provides particularly good growing seasons, so much so that the vineyards along the lake’s southeastern shore is known as “the banana belt,” for its unusually lengthy regional growing season. 35 wineries have joined together to create the Seneca Wine Trail, a group that markets and promotes the region, and offers a year round schedule of premium food and wine events.
Anthony Road Wine Company, located in Yates county on the west side of Seneca Lake is any easy drive from all of New York State's major population centers. Using only grapes grown in the Finger Lakes region to produce wines ranging from dry to dessert, and with tastes designed to please connoisseurs and casual aficionados alike, Anthony Road is an exquisite vineyard with a spacious and charming tasting room that's sure to be enjoyed by all who visit.
Boundary Breaks uses labor-intensive vineyard practices, seeking out some of the region’s leading wineries to help produce small batches of single vineyard Rieslings. The result is a series of outstanding Riesling wines that showcase the winemaking skills of the Finger Lakes region, using the fruit carefully hand-picked and cultivated at Boundary Breaks Vineyard. Visit the beautiful tasting room overlooking Seneca Lake, along on the Seneca Wine Trail.
Situated in the heart of the famed Finger Lakes Wine Country, Fox Run Vineyards is one of the flagship wineries in the eastern USA . Winner of the Governor’s Cup for their Pinot Noir, and named one of the world’s top 100 wineries by Wine and Spirits magazine, Fox Run offers delicious, accessible wines that get to the heart of the culinary, social and pleasure-giving aspects of this most wonderful of beverages.