New York State Wineries - Select a Region Within NY
New York state contains over 120 wineries. The Finger Lakes region
alone contains more wineries than any other state except the west coast of
the U.S. Listing all New York wineries on one search results page would take
visitors over two
minutes with a 28.8kpbs modem. To save you the aggravation of
waiting that long, New York state is broken into four distinct geographical
<not necessarily viticultural> regions: the Lake Erie/Chautaqua area;
the Finger Lakes area; the Hudson River & Up-State area; and Long
Island area. Those four
generally conform to those used by the New York Wine and Grape Foundation, to whom "grapeful"
thanks is given. Select one of the four regions from the list below to
display the regional search results. A map of New York state is provided
for assistance, just below the regional chart. When you have reviewed wineries in one region,
just click on the link at the bottom of the regional results page to be returned to
this page, where you may select another region if you desire.
NOTE: Please be sure to tell wineries you contact that you found them via AllAmericanWineries.comô
|SELECT A REGION
||GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF REGION
||Primarily northwestern New York state, west of the line created by
Interstate 390 running between Rochester and Corning. Includes
western Rochester, Batavia, Buffalo, Jamestown and the entire state
bordering Lake Erie.
||Primarily the Keuka, Cayuga, Seneca Lakes area, but
extending west of the line created by Interstate 390 and east to the line
created by Interstate 81 between Syracuse and Binghamton. Includes
eastern Rochester, Corning, Elmira, Seneca Falls, Ithaca, Auburn, western
Binghamton and western Syracuse. Due to the large number
of wineries in this region, your search may take up to one minute,
depending on the speed of your modem and your connection to the Internet..
|Hudson River &
||Primarily the Hudson River Valley including the Albany and
up-state area, extending west to Interstate 81 and down to where I-287 crosses the
Hudson River at the Tappan Zee Bridge. Includes eastern Syracuse, Utica, Schenectady,
Albany, Poughkeepsie, Middletown, Newburgh, north to the Canadian border
and south to Nyack and Tarrytown.
||All of Long Island, extending west into New York City then
curving north to the
Tappan Zee Bridge (Interstate 287).
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