This is always a must go to event every year for us, a sure sign of spring, the weather this year notwithstanding! There are now 17 wineries to visit which are members of the Cayuga wine trail, each one gives you an herb or vegetable plant with a food pairing to try made out of that herb or vegetable along with a wine paring and extra tastings as well if you want. With 17 wineries and a lot of tastings, you have to know when to say when though.
But it is just a great way to spend a day and you would be hard pressed not to find something you liked at each winery. Many of the other lake wine trails do events and they do them well but the Cayuga wine trail folks have organization down to a science and things always run smoothly for the participating wineries as they have done these events for awhile. Special kudos to the chef at Knapp Winery who always has the best food for most of these events.
While some of the wineries on the east side are often neglected as they are not on the main drag of wineries on the west side of the lake, you miss a lot if you don't stop. Long Point, Treleaven and Six Mile Creek all make some very good to excellent wines and are very hospitable and knowledgeable folks.
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