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WINERY ORGANIZATIONS: NEW YORK

The state of New York is full of theater, spas, fine dining and fine art; no matter which region you visit. From Manhattan to the Hudson Valley, to Albany, the Finger Lakes and Niagara Falls, the Empire State offers adventures for just about every type of traveler.

The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
Established in 1983, the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail was the first wine trail in New York. With 15 wineries, one cidery, one meadery, four distilleries, and countless other businesses involved, the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail has something for everyone.

Long Island Wine Council
An industry association dedicated to achieving recognition for Long Island as a premium wine producing region, the Long Island Wine Council aims to provide a coordinated effort for the promotion and development of the region's wine industry. The Council was founded in 1989 and currently has 48 full members.

New York Wine Industry Association
The mission of the New York Wine Industry Association is to work on behalf of wine industry members, including growers, suppliers and wineries to promote the health and advancement of the wine industry in New York State through legislative lobbying and public education efforts.

Seneca Lake Wine Trail
Surrounding the sapphire waters of Seneca Lake, the Seneca Lake Wine Trail comprises 32 wineries rich in history, beauty, and the production of world-class wines. Located in the heart of New York's Finger Lakes Region, Seneca Lake's 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.

Uncork New York!
Bringing together maps, news, wine ratings, guides to each wine region and much more, Uncork New York! is a valuable resource for information about New York wines.

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New York Travel Guide

(Updated: 05/24/13 BH)


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