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New York has spent the past decades building it´s wineries.

An Introduction to the Finger Lakes Wine Region star
Discover the New York Finger Lake Wineries, a world near and a world apart for wine lovers.

Cayuga Wine Trail star[offsite link]
"The Cayuga Wine Trail is located in the Finger Lakes region of New York and is a journey through tradition."

Finger Lake Wine Trails star[offsite link]
An interactive map and legend of wineries.

Grapes of the Hudson Valley star[offsite link]
A history of the beginnings of wine making in the United States and a list of wineries.

Long Island Wine Council star[offsite link]
"In little over quarter of a century the Long Island wine industry has grown from one small vineyard to nearly 3,000 acres of vines and over two dozen wineries producing world-class wines."

New York Wine Club star[offsite link]
A practical club for the non-snob wine drinker.

New York Wine Cork star[offsite link]
An easy, interactive, introduction to the wines of New York.

Seneca Lake Wine Trail star[offsite link]
This site features the 21 wineries located along the shores of Seneca Lake.

Tomasello Winery star[offsite link]
An Atlantic County winery producing wines since 1933.

Uncork New York star[offsite link]
"From Lake Erie to Long Island - New York Wine Country spans the entire breadth of New York State."

Visiting Finger Lakes, NY star
New York is a major wine producer and, although its wines are hard to find outside the state, that is about to change as America’s east coast has the confidence to take on the world, says Peter F May.

Wineries in Western New York star[offsite link]
The largest wine grape growing county outside of California is Yates County, New York.

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