Finger Lakes Wineries
Award-winning wines, gorgeous scenery,and fascinating stories – all compelling reasons to draw wine lovers to the Finger Lakes. But it's the fun that keeps them coming back!
#1 Northeast Winery
Wine Report has named Dr.Frank's "#1 Winery in the Northeast" five years in a row. Congratulations! Let Dr. Frank's friendly and knowledgeable staff amaze you with world-class wines poured for world-class enjoyment.
Wine with Laughter
Dedicated to "wine with laughter," this 115-acre winery is one of the most eclectic in the Finger Lakes. Complete with pop art museum, cooper's museum, two gift shops, an excellent restaurant, wine shop and a tasting room, Bully Hill Vineyards is one smashing good time. Join the tasting room fun and lift your glass in the Bully Hill cheer (no snobs allowed).
Enjoy Premier Bubbly!
Rich in history and European ambiance, Pleasant Valley Wine Company has been rated the best winery tour in New York by Car & Driver Magazine. Established in 1860, it is U.S. Bonded Winery No. 1. Visitors will be fascinated to learn the story of how an early New York winery came to be known as "Great Western."
Taste the Excitement
Listed as one of the "most spectacular tasting rooms in the world" by Travel & Leisure magazine, Heron Hill is a perfect blend of medal-winning wines, gorgeous lake views, live music, and charming deli delights, all adding up to a wine experience you'll never forget.
Steeped in Tradition
With a 400-year-old family recipe for champagne straight from the Loire Valley, the Château's offers an old estate winery feel. Offering an intimate winery experience, visit one of the oldest planted vineyards in the Finger Lakes.
A Little European Flair
Specializing in dry, food-friendly, elegant wines made in the traditional French style, Ravines Wine Cellars is a boutique winery offering the best of all possible worlds. Owner and winemaker Morten Hallgren has cultivated his art in Montpelier, Bordeau, France, and several places in the United States, including Biltmore Estate in North Carolina.
Living the Dream
Unlike many Finger Lakes vineyardists, Mel Goldman doesn’t have a family history of grape growing. Instead, he had a desire to run a farm and developed a passion for wine. His unique dry European-style wines are made from hybrid grapes like Vignoles. Recently, the winery’s Semi-Dry Riesling was awarded Double Gold at the New York Wine and Food Classic.