"We're a little off the beaten track. But someone has to push the frontier," says Bruce Murray, owner of Boundary Breaks, as he comes out to greet me. His winery and vineyard is located pretty far on the northeastern corner of Seneca Lake, right on the Lodi-Ovid line.
Murray, formerly in publishing and then the tech business, cashed out and bought a 120-acre former farm in 2008. Today he has 18 acres planted to vines and plans to go to 50. The majority is Riesling, with small bits of Gewürztraminer, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.