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There’s More to Wine Than Grapes

It’s common knowledge that wine is made from grapes.

Women in Wine

March is Women’s History month and being so close to Seneca Falls, the birthplace of Women’s rights, it feels appropriate to write

You Can’t Spell Winter Without Wine

There’s no doubt that winter is an extremely beautiful time of the year here in Wine Country. Sure, it’s extremely cold, but

A Day in the Life …

“I bet you get to drink wine all day every day!” is something I hear almost weekly regarding my job with the

What goes into a bottle of wine?

Like many of you, when I first started drinking wine, I didn’t know much about it.

The Ins and Outs of the Harvest Season

When you think of Fall what do you think of? That’s easy – changing leaves, apple picking, cider donuts, cozy sweaters, pumpkin

Harvest Has Begun

Its harvest time here in the Finger Lakes. It began a bit later than last year, but we pick when the grapes

Buttonwood Grove Winery Wins “The Oscars”

Each year, a group of experts gather at the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel of the Finger Lakes Region to sample the best

How are the Wineries Handling All the Rain?

I realize I probably don’t have to tell anyone, but the Finger Lakes region has seen an unusual amount of rain this spring.

All Vacations Must Come to an End

If you ask a winemaker, the term “Vintner Vacation” is a bit of an oxymoron. They’ll likely say that vacations do not