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Seneca Shore Wine Cellars
PO Box 551
929 Davy Road
Penn Yan,  NY  14527

(315) 536-0882
(800) LUV-VINO
info@SenecaWine.com

Tasting Policy:

The Medieval Winery of the Finger Lakes has a tasting fee of $3 per person for parties of 9 or fewer. You will receive $1 back for one bottle of wine (limit of $1 refund per bottle). There is a $5 Tasting Fee for Groups of 10 or more (non-refundable) and advance reservations are required. For groups of 10 to 15 people, we require the Seneca Shore Wine Cellars Reservation Policy to be signed and returned to us.  Please call us at 315-536-0882 and we can email or main you a copy of our Reservation Policy.

Large Group/Limo Tour Policy:

Reservations are required for groups of 10 – 15 people, and are only scheduled between 10 AM and 1:30 PM.  We request that fees are collected ahead of entering the winery, and that group leaders or drivers come in to pay the group tasting fees ($5 per person – non-refundable) before escorting their guests into the winery.

Hours of Operation:

Daily from 10 am to 5 pm

Holiday Closings:

New Years Eve  – Early Closing (weather permitting)
New Years Day – Closed
Easter Sunday    – Closed
Thanksgiving – Closed
Christmas Eve    – Early Closing (weather permitting)
Christmas Day    – Closed

 

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Driving Directions:

From the North

Take the NYS Thruway to Exit 42 (Geneva).
Take Route 14 South through City of Geneva.
We are 30 minutes south of the NYS Thruway along the Western shore.
You will pass Fox Run Winery 1 mile before reaching us.
We are the double Blue Barns on the lake side of the highway.
If you come upon Anthony Road Winery, you have gone 1 mile too far.

From the South

From the Village of Watkins Glen,
Take NYS Route 14 North along the West side of Seneca Lake.
After 25 minutes, you will pass the flashing yellow light in the village of Dresden.
3.5 miles north of Dresden you will pass Anthony Road Winery.
We are 1 mile north on the Lake side of the highway.
If you come upon Fox Run Winery, you have gone 1 mile too far.