The Finger Lakes has a lot to offer take a look at some of our favorite Trails and programs below!
The Seneca Lake Wine Trail is home to over 30 award winning wineries. The SLWT is known to be one of the most popular wine trials in the state of New York.
The Keuka Lake Wine Trail has warmth and prides themselves in their hospitality coupled with great wines.
The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail offers award winning wines, gorgeous scenic waterfalls and local eateries.
The Canandaigua Lake Wine Trail is home to the New York Wine and Culinary Wine Center, along with other wineries. The area also offers many locally owed restaurants and antique shops.
The Finger Lakes Beer Trail celebrates craft brewing here in the Finger Lakes. The trial offers over 60 Breweries!
The Finger Lakes Cheese Trail has about 10 cheese stops, come on down and have a nibble!
The New York Wine and Culinary Center’s mission is “ The New York Wine & Culinary Center is to educate, engage and excite our visitors by celebrating and showcasing New York’s finest in wine, craft beer, food and agriculture. Whether you have 30 minutes or an entire day, The Center offers you an array of inviting experiences in a setting that proudly highlights the natural beauty, rich history and agricultural bounty of New York State.”
Stop in for fantastic food and fine wine!
The Finger Lakes Distillery brings Whiskey, Vodka, Gin, Brady, Grappa and Liquors to the Finger Lakes.
"Finger Lakes Community College is working hard to bring forth a new generation of Wineries and the people that run them. Also the Viticulture and Wine Technology program offers “FLCC's A.A.S. Viticulture and Wine Technology degree is designed to provide you with the knowledge and training necessary to pursue a career in viticulture, vineyard management, winery operations, tasting room management, and wine sales. Building on FLCC's well-known and established Environmental Conservation and Horticulture programs, this degree includes an emphasis on sustainability, ensuring that the environmental issues so very important in the region will be addressed.”