Schulze Vineyards and Winery is located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario. The lake effect climate and rich soil enable us to produce unique still and sparkling wines. We are an Estate Winery, producing vinifera, hybrid and native grapes. Our commitment to growing the highest quality grapes is the hallmark of our award
Fox Run is situated on the slopes overlooking one of the deepest parts of Seneca Lake -- a winery with fifty acres of vineyards producing a remarkable range of fine, hand-crafted wines. Fox Run Vineyards has become one of the truly great cool-climate wine producers in the Finger Lakes region and the world.
Casual Elegance is how I like to describe Atwater. We are serious about our wine, but not snobbish about it. You can come in with friends and have a great tasting and then picnic outside or you can pick our brains and we can educate you about our area and business in depth. We will cater the tasting to your likes.
Amaretto Bistro produces a menu of Italian-centric dishes that feature rich and simple ingredients. Housemade venison link sausage and mussels seasoned with white wine and butter serve as preludes to Amaretto's entrees, which include fresh pastas, seafood, and steak such as the bone-in rib eye with radish-chive compound butter. For lighter fare, the kitchen churns out goat-cheese salad tossed with green-apple and raspberry-chianti vinaigrette.
At The Winery at Marjim Manor, proprietor Margo Sue Bittner and her family craft quality wines from the bountiful harvests of western New York's Fruit Belt. Grape gurus can choose from a liquid litany of reds, such as the stately, dry Lord of the Manor ($10.95/750 mL, $6.49/375 mL), a choice selection of whites, such as a crisp and clear Lady in the Window ($14.95), or from an assortment of blushy hybrids of whites and reds. The Winery's dulcet fruit wines, including the apricot Heart of Gold ($23.95/750mL) or Cranberry Crescendo ($13.95/750 mL, $7.49/375 mL), satisfy sweet teeth with complex flavors in a package more exotic than grape wine and more mature than Capri Sun.
The DeMaison family brags that wine flows in their blood, and given the three generations who work side by side at Long Cliff Vineyard & Winery, it would be hard to disprove them. Donald “Grandpa” DeMaison, the mastermind behind Long Cliff Vineyard & Winery, traces his roots back to his great-great-grandfather who worked as a farmer in the Alsace region of France. Don he has spent four decades mastering the art of growing, juggling, and transforming grapes, and has collaborated with his family to produce a venerable list of wines. Their offerings include white and red varietals and range from sweet to dry, such as a sweet Pinot Gris and a dry, mellow Lemberger in French oak.