Both our Deck The Halls Weekend have officially sold out, and there are literally no more tickets available for purchase through our office.
Tickets for our wine and food pairing weekend in the first half of 2016 have now gone on sale including our two new, one-day events- Red Red Wine and Veggies & Varietals. Our two 2016 Passport products, and tickets for the 2016 Deck The Halls Weekend events will go on sale later this year. To purchase tickets for many of our 2016 events, click here.
The following are our 2016 event and Passport dates. Tickets for most of our 2016 are now on sale. 2016 Deck the Halls Weekend tickets are scheduled to go on sale in early December 2015, and our Passports will go on sale just as they become valid, but not before. Events in bold below are our traditional wine and food pairings weekends.
Polar Passport, Valid 12/7/15 - 3/31/16Wine Weekday Passport, Valid 1/4/16 - 6/30/16Bargain Bash, January 9-18, 2016Pasta & Wine Weekend, January 15 - 17, 2016Chocolate & Wine Weekend, February 19 - 21, 2016Red Red Wine, March 5, 2016Cruisin' The Tropics Weekend, March 18 - 20, 2016Spring Wine & Cheese Weekend, April 22 - 24, 2016Veggies & Varietals, May 7, 2016Smokin' Summer Kickoff, June 10 - 12, 2016November Deck the Halls Weekend, November 18 - 20, 2016December Deck the Halls Weekend, December 2 - 4, 2016
New this year, many of our 2016 events have discount codes associated with them. During the checkout process, where you're selecting how many tickets you want to purchase, look for the link "Enter Promotional Code", below where you will select exactly which tickets you will be purchasing, as illustrated with this graphic. Discount codes may not be combined with any other offers. Only valid for online ticket purchases. Discount valid for ticketed events, not Trail Passports. Tickets purchased without a discount code cannot be retroactively discounted later. Restrictions and exclusions may apply. Void where prohibited.
Enjoy this terrific video produced by Matt Ziegler, with voice over work by Sayre Fulkerson of Fulkerson Winery, beautifully elaborating on this year's harvest specifically, and the process of grape harvesting in general:
Bagley's Poplar Ridge Vineyards and, under new ownership, Castel Grisch Winery have both been welcomed back aboard the Seneca Lake Wine Trail and will be participating in various programs throughout 2015 and beyond. As is the case with all our member wineries, these new members are committed to crafting quality wine using grapes harvested in the region, creatively and passionately reflecting the terroir.
2015 TripAdvisor Certificate of ExcellenceOnce again the Seneca Lake Wine Trail was awarded a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor! When visiting our member wineries, or attending our Trail-wide events, you can be assured that you'll not only be enjoying world class wines, but also interacting with superb staff in beautiful tasting rooms. To contribute your review of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, visit their site here.
Trail AssociatesWe realize your main reason for visiting our site is most likely to find information about our member wineries, but also know that most visitors to our region will be seeking other businesses like restaurants, lodging, transportation providers, breweries/distilleries/cideries, and other attractions. You can patronize any of these regional businesses confident that they are doing their utmost to help you have a fun, safe and enjoyable time in the Finger Lakes Region. To view a handy map that shows all of those businesses and our member wineries at once, click here.
Large Group ToursWe are frequently asked about setting up a tour of our member wineries by large groups. Each winery has its own individual policies. Some wineries require appointments for groups of 8 or more people, others don't require an appointment unless the group exceeds 16 people, for example. In some instances tasting fees are the same between a large group and an individual, in other cases they are different. Please click here for more information on bringing a large group to the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, and feel free to call our office during regular business hours with any additional questions.
Introduction to the Seneca Lake Wine TrailThe following 22 minute video provides an excellent overview of our organization, member wineries and how our industry has contributed to the economic vitality of the communities in which our wineries reside. If you do not see the clip below (some Firefox users report difficulties) you might have better luck viewing it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqOO2d0JcpU
Surrounding the sapphire waters of Seneca Lake, our 35 member wineries invite you to experience a destination rich in history, beauty, and the production of world-class wines. Located in the heart of New York's Finger Lakes Region, our climate supports not only the growth of hardy native grapes and premium hybrids, but also more delicate varieties such as Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir. Along the Seneca Lake Wine Trail you will truly find a wine to suit every taste. Request Information or contact us if you have questions. To sign up for our email newsletters (we only send 6-10 per year) click here. And to request a copy of our brochure, click here. For more information on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail you're also always welcome to give our administrative office (we ourselves are not actually a winery) a call weekdays 9am-5pm toll-free at 877-536-2717. You can also send mail to us at 2 N. Franklin St, Suite 320, Watkins Glen, NY, 14891.
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