On your next visit to the Finger Lakes, add Wagner Vineyards and Brewery to your list. Unlike other spots in the Finger Lakes, Wagner boasts an on-site winery and brewery, perfect for anyone getting wine-d out. Visitors also have access to Ginny Lee Café, across the parking lot from the winery.
Open since 1979, the award-winning winery is one of the oldest in the Finger Lakes region. Located on Seneca Lake, the winery is family-owned and -operated. Guests can choose from more than 30 award-winning wines ranging from dry reds to sweet dessert wines. Tastings include a choice of five wines for $8. You’ll receive a complimentary glass to bring home, as well as a $4 off $25 purchase coupon for the shop. The winery is open daily, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Wagner Valley Brewery typically offers between nine and 12 rotating craft beers, in a variety of styles. It is one of the oldest craft breweries in the Finger Lakes, and the first on Seneca Lake.
Ginny Lee Café is open daily for lunch. The menu includes salads, soups, hot and cold sandwiches, pizza and Wagner wines and beers. Weddings and special events can also be hosted here.
Currently, reservations are required for indoor tastings. Outdoor picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Unvaccinated guests must wear a mask when not seated at their designated table. Visit the website for more information ahead of your visit.
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