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Finger Lakes Wine Country, New York is a destination with breathtaking scenery, a rich history, and world-class wine.  We are located within just a five hour drive of most major metroplitan cities in the Northeast. Finger Lakes Wine Country is an affordable, family-friendly getaway that offers unique experiences that will create memories that will last a lifetime and keep you coming back year after year.  

Everywhere you turn, you will be surprised by gorgeous views of rolling hills, crystal blue lakes, sprawling vineyard and farmland, waterfalls, and charming towns and villages.  During your stay you will recieve a warm welcome and a promise of excellence for you're not just our guest, you're our friend.  So make yourself at home, and relax and enjoy all Finger Lakes Wine Country has to offer. 

Corning, New York

The city of Corning, is home to Corning Inc., formerly Corning Glass Works. Corning is also known for such world-class museums as The Corning Museum of Glass and the Rockwell Museum.  Both of these museums are located right in the heart of Corning's Gaffer District.  A gaffer is a master glassworker, and this charming little city is a glass paradise. Corning is home to many specialty glass shops in addition to the magnificent GlassMarket within The Corning Museum of Glass.  Corning is a wonderful place to dine, shop, and enjoy some entertainment.  The Gaffer District hosts many events and festivals throughout the year. Corning is located within Steuben County, for further information on all there is to see and do in Steuben County, please click here

Elmira, New York

Elmira is the official gateway to Finger Lakes Wine Country.  Elmira has an incredibly rich history with many things to experience.  From an incredible Civil War history, to a legendary stop along the Underground Railroad and the home for over 20 summers to Mark Twain, Elmira is a destination with an incredible story.  Elmira is known as Mark Twain Country because Twain spent many summers in the region and it is where he created such characters as Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn.  Twain was laid to rest in Woodlawn Cemetery, also the resting place of such legendary people as Heisman Trophey winner, Ernie Davis, and Civil War hero, John Jones.  For more information on Mark Twain Country, please click here

Cayuga lake

Cayuga Lake is the eastern most lake of the three major Finger Lakes.  It is the longest lake, stretching nearly 40 miles long.  The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail is the oldest wine trail in America, celebrating 30 years in 2013.

Seneca Lake

Seneca Lake is the second longest of all the Finger Lakes at 38 miles long.  It is the deepest of all the lakes with a mean depth of 291 feet and a maximum depth of 618 feet.  Seneca Lake is home to the largest wine trail in the Finger Lakes.  The Seneca Lake Wine Trail has 36 member wineries.  Watkins Glen sits at the southern tip of the lake and is home to the historic Watkins Glen International Raceway.  For more information on Watkins Glen and Schuyler County, please click here.

Keuka Lake

Keuka Lake is the only lake in the United States to flow both north and south.  It is distinctively shaped like a 'Y' and is easily recognizable on any map.  The Keuka Lake Wine Trail is home to some of the oldest vineyards and most historic wineries in the Finger Lakes.  Penn Yan sits at the northern most point of the lake and Hammondsport sits at the southern most point of the lake.  For further information on Keuka Lake and Yates County, please click here