Living in the Finger Lakes Region the past couple of years it has been hard to try and avoid the famous wineries the region prides itself on. Each year when my parents come to visit the area we like to take a wine tour. Usually we visit the same wineries time and time again; the Seneca Wine Trail is normally our trail of choice. We are drawn in by the magnificent service, and spectacular lake views that each establishment has to offer. There are so many to discover, and they all offer their own unique atmosphere.
In December a group of friends and I decided that we were going to take a trip along the Seneca Wine Trail. At first I was excited because I knew I had all ready been to most of the wineries along this trail. I was sure that I had been to almost all of them because I had traveled this trail over a handful of times. However, to my surprise I had missed many of them. For the first time I visited Seneca Shore Wine Cellars, White Springs Winery, Torrey Ridge, and Miles Wine Cellars. This is only 4 out of the 35 Wineries that fall on this trail. No two wineries are the same, the service, the taste, and the staff all brings excitement, and enthusiasm, creating the best experience possible.
Taking a tour along the Seneca Wine Trail can bring enjoyment to families, friends, and couples. The wineries often supply more than wine; some offer the full dining experience, while others offer a chance to pick up a dessert, or nibble on appetizers. Others offer the opportunity to take a tour of the wine cellar to see how the wine is made.
Each winery has its own special place along the trail whether it is they have the best Riesling, Blush, or White. I would recommend taking a tour along the Seneca Wine Trail, because there is something entertaining for everyone. From the wine, to the food, and don’t forget the scenery, this is a trail you have got to see.