Take the path less travelled, feel "Miles Away". Let willows welcome you at this water's edge mansion. Enjoy estate wines, craft beers, vintage cafes and our elegant inn. Visit by boat for a truly unforgettable experience. See for yourself why National Geographic Travel calls Miles, "The most serenely gorgeous setting of any winery in the region."
Step back in time. Enjoy beautiful wines in a 200 year old home and take a stroll to the lake over the palatial grounds. Accessible by boat for the true Seneca Lake experience and a quieter stop that's a bit off the path with an unforgettable setting you'll remember with a smile and sigh.. Our tasting room is located in our fully renovated Greek Revival home. It was originally built in 1802 as a Federal style farm house and was converted to Greek Revival in the 1850’s by the Miles Raplee family. When the owner, Doug Miles, found the home in 1978 it had not been lived in for nearly 50 years. It is on the National Historical Register, was once part of the Underground Railroad and is known to be haunted by more than one ghost.
To enjoy a video interview with Suzy Hayes and her son Evan Miles (both of whom are central to the winery, along with the rest of their industrious family) click on the video below. This interview was conducted in mid-2014
For more videos like this, visit our Seneca Lake Wine TV page by clicking here.
Appointment required for groups of 10 or more
Year-round, Monday-Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm.
Silver, 2008 Chardonnay, F.L. International
Silver, 2007 Milestone, F.L. International
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