Since we didn’t have good weather for boating when Shelley was visiting, we decided to get pedicures and take a trip to the Seneca Lake Wine Trail in the Finger Lakes Region of New York.
Our first stop on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail was the Earle Estates Meadery. The tasting room was a majestic plantation style building
Prejean Winery was the next stop — their grapevines looked wonderful!
Seneca Shore Wine Cellars weren’t open when we got their, but they had a very artistic sign with a metal dragon holding grapes on top of a castle!
Fox Run Vineyards had a great outdoor area next to their vineyard. Their sign was also a metallic scene of foxes running in the forest.
After so many winerys, we took a break and visited a craft brewery that was also on the wine trail.
The historic Belhurst Castle and Estate Winery was the last one we visited. Belhurst offered a wine and cheese flight — which we enjoyed. The castle was built between 1888-1892 and also has hotel accommodations and Edgar’s Restaurant.