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Load up on gifts for them and you with three different holiday sales: Thanksgiving Day (ONLINE), Black Friday (Tasting Room ONLY) and Cyber Monday (ONLINE) (click on images to enlarge) Tasting Room Sales (Finger Lakes, more »

Reindeer Doobie

Doobie is anxious for the holidays, so he’s featuring some great deals for you to stock up on for your holiday hosting & gifting! Doobie’s Sale! 3 for $24, mix & match Doobie Blues 750ml more »


Each vintage is more than a simple weather report. As a perennial crop, grapevines and the wines they yield are a product of more than one growing season. So it was with the 2015 harvest. more »

Blue Waters Riesling

Already a three-time gold medalist and rated 92 points at the San Francisco International, this Riesling is quickly becoming a fan favorite with its loaded peach flavors. more »


Spark your holiday spirit at our annual Sparkling & Dessert Wine tasting event on Saturday, November 7th from 9am to 6pm at our Finger Lakes tasting room. This event features all of our sparkling wines and more »


Hard to believe that we’re already halfway through harvest! The heat of September had pushed some varieties to ripen a bit quicker than initially expected, but overall we’re right on track.  One of our winemakers, more »


This morning our crew pressed 20 tons of Niagara grapes.  Check out this quick video that shows them going into the destemmer and the fresh, sweet juice coming out of the press! Continue to see more »


In case you haven’t heard, harvest is here! While we’re celebrating with long days on the press deck, we thought we’d give you something to celebrate as well with these new sales: 2013 Riesling Humphreys more »


Harvest Happenings Right on time, our 2015 harvest season kicked off on Wednesday, September 9th with pressing Diamond grapes for a majority of the first week.  Towards the end of the week our crew hand more »


This week kicks off our 2015 harvest season which happens to be the prime time to take a winery tour in the Finger Lakes! Grape harvest typically begins around Labor Day and lasts through October.  more »