Wine Tasting in Lancaster


Spring Lake Winery: Homemade Italian-Style Wine and Food Pairing for Two or Four at Spring Lake Winery (Up to 48% Off)

Homemade Italian-Style Wine and Food Pairing for Two or Four at Spring Lake Winery (Up to 48% Off)

Spring Lake Winery

Lockport

Pairings include Nana’s Secret slider recipe, mozzarella skewer, Nana’s biscotti and wine ice cream, glass of wine, and a keepsake glass

$59.99 $31

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Savage Winery: Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Savage Winery (41% Off)

Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Savage Winery (41% Off)

Savage Winery

Sardinia

Winery situated on an alpaca farm specializes in sweet wines and seasonal berry wines, and features games like croquet and cornhole

$32 $22

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Long Cliff Vineyard & Winery: Winery Tour and Barrel Tasting for Four or Six at Long Cliff Vineyard & Winery (Up to 50% Off)

Winery Tour and Barrel Tasting for Four or Six at Long Cliff Vineyard & Winery (Up to 50% Off)

Long Cliff Vineyard & Winery

Cambria

Guides lead groups through a sunny vineyard before offering them tastes from wine barrels

$180 $94

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Chateau Buffalo: Cider or Wine Tasting with Cheese Pairing for Two or Four at Chateau Buffalo (47% Off)

Cider or Wine Tasting with Cheese Pairing for Two or Four at Chateau Buffalo (47% Off)

Chateau Buffalo

Babcock

Groups choose whether they’d like to sample cider or wine; staffers pair their choice with a selection of complementary cheese

$30 $16

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Mixology Training: $19 for an Online Wine Pairing and Tasting Course from Mixology Training ($595 Value)

$19 for an Online Wine Pairing and Tasting Course from Mixology Training ($595 Value)

Mixology Training

 

Learn how to examine and evaluate wines with your senses and how to create an exemplary dining experience by pairing wine with food

$595 $19

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O'Brien's Tavern: $16 for Two Sandwiches and Two Beers or Glasses of Wine at O'Brien's Tavern ($27 Value)

$16 for Two Sandwiches and Two Beers or Glasses of Wine at O'Brien's Tavern ($27 Value)

O'Brien's Tavern

Medina

Irish pub offers selection of beer and wine to pair with sandwiches such as patty melts, turkey BLTs, grilled cheese, and Reubens

$27 $16

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EventTrix: $19 for an Accredited Online Wine-Appreciation Course from EventTrix ($199 Value)

$19 for an Accredited Online Wine-Appreciation Course from EventTrix ($199 Value)

EventTrix

 

Learn how to properly evaluate and appreciate wine with a course that covers grape varieties, winemaking, and the wine-tasting process

$199 $19

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Select Local Merchants

  • Caffe Aroma
    Lovebirds flock to Caffe Aroma for Italian cuisine in Buffalo's Amherst district. Caffe Aroma does not prepare their menu with low-fat items, though, so those following a strict diet may have better luck elsewhere. Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Caffe Aroma, known for its laid-back ambience. Caffe Aroma prides itself in its delicious catering. null Keeping dinner under $20 is no small feat, but it is entirely possible at Caffe Aroma. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at Caffe Aroma, so come by whenever it fits your schedule.
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    5229 Main Street
    Buffalo, NY US
  • A Gust of Sun Winery
    A Gust of Sun Winery's name is more than a lovely turn of phrase. It's also a nod to the name of its founders, Erik and Shane Gustafson, a couple whose love for each other bloomed on the latticework of a shared love of wine. It all started when Shane took a wine appreciation class at their alma mater, Purdue, and convinced her new beau to follow suit. Erik became an oenophile too, and when they married they relocated from Indiana to his native western New York, where grapes flourish. The duo tilled and sowed the land themselves, literally building their orchard from the ground up. From there, they added some sunny, sophisticated indoor lounges and tasting rooms. In August 2011, they opened their doors and started cracking open bottles of the seven wines they had created at the time. Since then, a Gust of Sun Winery has continued to fill glasses as well as schedules, arranging events, workshops, and tasting parties with the same dedication they pour into the creation of new wines.
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    4515 Baer Road
    Ransomville, NY US
  • Black Willow Winery
    Just as winemakers transform grapes into sumptuous sips, oenophiles Cynthia West-Chamberlain and Michael D. Chamberlain transformed their passion for wine into the family-operated Black Willow Winery. Although the winery primarily functions as a home for the couple's inventive wines, its charms don't end there. An elegantly appointed tasting room invites guests to sit, sip, savor, and even hold private events on Black Willow's scenic grounds. While they're there, many stock up on some of the winery's other house-made offerings, such as mead, chocolates, infused oil, and artisan vinegar.
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    5565 West Lake Rd
    Burt, NY US
  • Spring Lake Winery
    When Nana and Papa Varallo brought winemaking to America from Italy, they unknowingly brought a livelihood for their successors. Son Nicholas made wine in Papa's basement from the age of 8, then taught the techniques to children Dominic, Cristina, and Americo Varallo. Now all three generations contribute to the development of the family's Spring Lake Winery, which offers group vineyard excursions, rentable wedding space, and, of course, the Varallo's award-winning wines.
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    7373 Rochester Rd.
    Lockport, NY US
  • Leonard Oakes Estate Winery
    A decade ago, the Oakes family planted their first vines across 6 acres, yielding a harvest that would produce 14 types of plump, juicy grapes. The result is a diverse wine list that includes smoky cabernet, award-winning fruity ice wine, and even one that's steam punk cider. Visit the tasting room to partake in sipping sessions, where varietals have been carefully selected and paired with offered snacks, and learn about the wine-making process.
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    10609 Ridge Road
    Medina, NY US
  • Winery of Ellicottville
    To the Spicola family, wine isn't simply something sipped on at dinner or during a party. Rather, it's the family heritage, which forms a bridge between generations. Today, Dominic Spicola runs the Winery of Ellicottville with his son-in-law, but years ago, he worked alongside his father, Francesco, an Italian immigrant schooled in his home country's winemaking tradition. Together, the duo crushed and pressed annual harvests into barrels of wine, making sure their relatives had enough to fill glasses at dinner and water balloons at family picnics throughout the year. Today, Dominic and his son-in-law mesh this Old World wisdom with New World techniques to craft chardonnays and merlots, reds and whites. They sell their bottles from an unassuming shop on Monroe Street, where sky-blue walls, family pictures, and shelved knickknacks surround a sun-splashed bar.
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    14 Monroe St
    Ellicottville, NY US

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