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For more wineries worldwide, see our Winery Search database.Fox Run Vineyards
Fox Run's green-roofed visitors center was converted from a dairy barn built just after the Civil War during a $600,000 renovation in 2001. Inside, visitors will discover a café, which winery owner Scott Osborn opened in 2001 because customers kept asking him if he knew of a good place to eat. Don't let the folksy deli atmosphere fool you: Chef Jerrod Crytzer's menu features local artisan cheeses. In the winery, Australia-trained winemaker Peter Bell produces a large roster of good to very good wines, including Riesling, Chardonnay and a Merlot-based Bordeaux-style blend.Heron Hill Winery
John and Josephine Ingle planted their first vineyard in 1972, and today, their pretty winery sits on a hill with lovely views of Keuka Lake. Winemaker Bernard Cannac makes a wide range of Rieslings as well as a late-harvest and ice wine Riesling. He also produces varieties including Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir and Blaufrankisch. During the summer, the winery's Blue Heron Café offers an array of fresh salads, sandwiches, flatbread pizzas and wraps for lunch.Anthony Road Wine Company
John Martini and Johannes Reinhardt make an odd couple. Martini, stocky and gregarious, was a traveling salesman in Maryland in 1973 when he and his wife, Ann, bought a farm to grow grapes on the western side of Seneca Lake. Reinhardt, whose family has been making wine in Germany since 1438, is tall, thin and fastidious; he's been winemaker at Anthony Road since 2000. Their partnership is working, and the winery delivers very good Riesling, outstanding dessert wines and solid Cabernet France and Vignoles.
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