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Senator Patty Ritchie

Invites You to
New York’s

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St. Lawrence Wine Trail
New York’s newest wine trail. Proposed by Senator Ritchie, this trail will stretch more than 80
miles, connecting St. Lawrence County’s three existing wineries, and the quaint welcoming
communities in-between. Come Enjoy America’s “North Coast” !

Thousand Islands Seaway Trail
When the Thousand Islands-Seaway Wine Trail was established in 2007, this ripe-with-
possibility destination added another unique and exciting claim to fame: its one-of-a-kind wines.
Winding through 78 miles of the scenic Thousand Islands region with seven member wineries
and vineyards, the trail provides easy access to the wide variety and unique tastes of Thousand
Islands wine. Wherever you are in the Thousand Islands, at least one winery is a short drive

Adirondack Coast Wine Trail
North America’s Newest Wine Region

Canandaigua Wine Trail
The wine trail has been around since the mid 1990s and is one of the smaller and most scenic of
the Finger Lakes, making the CWT "just right" for a 1-day trip; it’s only 41 miles to travel the
trail…from Fairport to Canandaigua to Naples.

Cayuga Wine Trail East
Cayuga Wine Trail West
In the heart of the Finger Lakes is the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail offering a unique blend of award-
winning wines, scenic waterfalls, and local gourmet eateries.

Dutchess Wine Trail
The Dutchess Wine Trail is located amid the rural splendor of eastern Dutchess County
connecting Clinton Vineyards and Millbrook Vineyards & Winery. The two wineries are within
fifteen minutes driving time of one another. The trail leads you past the vineyards, orchards, and
farms that provide the bounty of this beautiful valley.

Hamptons Wine Trail

Keuka Lake Wine Trail
The Finger Lakes of New York is the largest and most celebrated wine producing region in the
Eastern United States. At its heart lies Keuka Lake, whose spectacular beauty and glacially-
deposited soils inspired early grape cultivation and the birth of America’s wine industry in 1860.
Our wineries craft some of the world’s most beautifully balanced and vibrant wines, and we take
equal pride in the warmth of our hospitality.

Lake Erie Wine Country Trail
Experience Lake Erie Wine Country, located on the south shore of beautiful Lake Erie in
Pennsylvania and New York. Here you’ll step back in time as you explore the wineries, villages
and beaches that are nestled among green rolling hills in the midst of 30,000 contiguous acres of
luscious, fragrant grape vineyards.

Lake Ontario Wine Trail
The Lake Ontario Wine Trail stretches from the eastern corner of Monroe County and
encompasses the vast majority of Wayne County. Due to our location along the shores of Lake
Ontario, our wineries, distilleries and farms produce some of the best fruit in the state. Our soil
and climate, coupled with our years of experience in the industry, make our wines and spirits
unique. Each bottle of wine and spirit is handcrafted with care; with each look, smell and sip we
are offering you a small taste of what we have to offer.

Long Island Wine Region
In little over a quarter of a century, the Long Island wine industry has grown from one small
vineyard to 3,000 acres of vines and over fifty producers of world-class wines. The Long Island
wine region encompasses Nassau and Suffolk Counties, with the majority of wineries and
vineyards at the East End, on the North and South Forks. It has been said by many that Long
Island is one of the country's most exciting wine producing regions today, with great reviews and
high praise found in major food and wine publications nationwide. As the awards continue to
accumulate, Long Island wines are increasingly sought after in fine restaurants and wine shops
from coast to coast.

Niagara Wine Trail Ridge
Niagara Wine Trail Lake
The Niagara Wine Trail, USA is situated between the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario.
This geography has created a unique micro-climate, suitable for the production of the grapes that
we use to create our fine wines, such as Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon,
Cabernet Franc, Syrah and Merlot.

North Fork Wine Trail
Since the first vineyards were planted in 1973, the Long Island wine region has continued to
grow, from 17 vineyards in 1996 to 35+ today. There are some 40 licensed wineries currently
operating on Long Island, producing 500,000+ cases of premium wine from over 20 classic
vinifera grape varieties. With just 3,000 acres under cultivation, the focus in Long Island is on
quality, not quantity. East End viticulturists personally tend their vines throughout the long
growing season to yield grapes of the highest quality. Our local winemakers are true artisans,
carefully crafting wines that meet exacting standards for structure and balance.

Seneca Lake Wine Trail East
Seneca Lake Wine Trail West
Surrounding the sapphire waters of Seneca Lake, our 34 member wineries invite you to
experience a destination rich in history, beauty, and the production of world-class wines. Located
in the heart of New York's Finger Lakes Region, our climate supports not only the growth of
hardy native grapes and premium hybrids, but also more delicate varieties such as Riesling,
Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir.

Shawangunk Wine Trail
Home to 14 wineries nestled between the Shawangunk Mountains and the Hudson River, just 60
miles north of NYC.

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