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Finger Lakes Wine Tours

More than 100 wineries comprise the Finger Lakes Wine Region in Upstate New York. Discover them along the many wine trails that wind their way along scenic Seneca, Keuka, Cayuga and Canandaigua Lakes. Wine-tasting and breathtaking vistas combine to create an unforgettable day out.

BEST WESTERN PLUS Vineyard Inn and Suites – Charming Finger Lakes Hotel Near Wine Trails Conveniently located on the Keuka Lake Wine Trail and just a few miles from the Seneca Lake Wine Trail is the charming Best Western Vineyard Inn and Suites. Comfortable guest rooms and impeccable service awaits you at our Finger Lake\’s Hotel.

Seneca Lake Wine Trail. Explore the largest, most diverse community of wine producers in the Eastern United States.The28 wineries along the scenic shores of Seneca Lake in the famous Finger Lakes Wine Region offer visitors an opportunity to give their palates one truly pleasurable experience after another. For more information, visit Seneca Lake Wine Trail

Keuka Lake Wine Trail. Eight is the magic number when it comes to the Keuka Wine Trail. There are eight inviting wineries along the shores of beautiful Keuka Lake, the most picturesque of New York’s pristine Finger Lakes. In addition, there are eight scheduled events throughout the year, each one emphasizing the marriage of wine and food (what a surprise!). Upcoming events include Keuka in Bloom (May) and Barbecue at the Wineries (June). For more information, visit Keuka Lake Wine Trail.

Canandaigua Lake Wine Trail. Uncork a unique collection of wineries along the western edge of the world-famous Finger Lakes Wine Region in New York State.

Delight in a variety of wonderful wines, shops and attractions as well as some of the region’s most spectacular scenery overlooking grand Canandaigua Lake. For more information, visit Canandaigua Lake Wine Trail

Cayuga Wine Trail. As the first wine trail in New York, the Cayuga Wine Trail has become a model for other wine trails both in New York and around the country. When it began a quarter of a century ago, there were four wineries dotting Cayuga Lake. Today, there are 16. For more information, visit, Cayuga Wine Trail