Finger Lakes Wine Region
Four Trails, One Great Experience!
Welcome to the world famous Finger Lakes Wine Region. The region is actually composed of four separate trails around four of the Finger Lakes located in the middle of the FLX region with each trail having its own distinct character and unique charm.We've also included the wineries that fall into the other two smaller FLX regions.
Check out what each trail has to offer by clicking on the links below.
Voted Top Wine Region in the US - twice!
~ USA Today Poll
With the most wineries of the four trails, Seneca Lake has over 60 wineries. From the Tuscan styled Ventosa Vineyards to the 1960's "hippie style" Rasta Ranch, the wineries of Seneca Lake have everything you need to provide you with an amazing wine tasting adventure.
The longest of the Finger Lakes, Cayuga Lake plays host to the second largest of the 4 wine trails. Along this trail are a wide variety of wineries, eateries and amazing views. Joining the wineries along the trail are many micro-breweries and fabulous places to dine.
The ride along the Keuka is among the prettiest in the region. Keuka Lake's steep shores and small size make for some dynamic views so don't forget to take pictures along the way. Some of the wineries along this trail are among the oldest in New York State.
The Canandaigua Wine trail is the smallest of the four FL trails, but is also home to the NY Culinary Center located in Canandaigua, and the Finger Lakes Grape Festival in Naples, NY.
WINERIES in the
WESTERN & EASTERN FINGER LAKES REGIONS
Click on the link to visit the wineries that are located out in the East and West Regions of the FLX. This page also includes the cideries and distilleries in that region.