New York Wineries and Wine Tasting
Visit New York's Wine Regions
New York State has two primary wine regions, the Finger Lakes upstate and in Long Island, and many more wineries throughout the Empire State. Here's what you need to know to plan your visit.
Long Island Wine Tasting
Long Island's wine regions are the newest in New York state, but are fast growing both in terms of acreage (from 17 acres of vineyards in 1973 to over 3,000 today) and in reputation. Learn about wine touring options on the North Fork and the Hamptons, via private car, limo or bus. Download maps to find the region's 50 wineries, and find...
Brotherhood Winery, America's Oldest Winery in New York's Hudson Valley
Brotherhood Winery, America's oldest winery at first seems to have an unlikely location - New York State's Hudson Valley. Plan your visit to Brotherhood Winery, find maps and directions, learn about winery events and how to stay connected to the winery on Facebook.
Millbrook Winery in New York's Hudson Valley
Millbrook Winery in an easy-to-visit winery in New York's Hudson Valley, and it certainly makes of the most of its picturesque location. Follow the long driveway which takes you through vineyards, through rolling hills and ponds with strategically placed picnic tables, to its renovated, 1940s barn, which is the main building. Tours and tastings...
New York Wine Maps
New York State is home to five wine regions, and nine viticultural areas. You can tour them all on your own, via car, or, if you'd rather not designate a driver, hire a limo or a bus to do the driving for you. Just find your map below, and start to plan your trip!
Finger Lakes Wineries, in New York's Finger Lakes Region
Finger Lakes wineries are clustered around a group of long, thin and deep lakes in a very scenic area of Central New York: Cayuga, Seneca, Keuka and Candandaigua. Plan your Finger Lakes Wine tasting trip, learn about deals, packages and events in 2010-2011, find maps, search a Finger Lakes wineries database and more.
Niagara Falls Area Wineries
There's lots of water in Niagara Falls -- some 3,000 tons of water pounding over both water falls, per second, to be exact -- but there's also plenty of wine in the area, and wineries to visit on both the New York and the Ontario side of the border. Plan your visit to Niagara Falls-area wineries in New York and Canada.
NYC Wineries and Wine Tasting
There are a few wineries in New York City, but there are far more opportunities to taste wine (often for free at wine stores), and to sip wine at sophisticated wine bars. A description of the wineries in New York City, the best wine stores with free tastings, and resources for the best wine bars in NYC.
Go to Wine School in NYC
Take Wine Uncorked at the ICC in New York City, and learn as much about wine as you've been pretending to know.
Finger Lakes Wine Tour Diary
A 36 hour tour of New York's Finger Lakes Wine Country includes wine, beer, and spirits tastings, a scenic lunch and a locally sourced dinner.