Visit the Seneca Wine Trail during Off Season
Some say the off season is the best time of year. While many people enjoy visiting the wineries during the busy summer and autumn season, winter is the best time to find owners, winemakers and vineyard managers in the tasting room. At only $12 plus tax, the Polar Passport gives residents and visitors alike a convenient and affordable way to enjoy many of the wineries on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail.
Did you say Free Wine Flights?
Visit any of the 20+ participating wineries listed on the Polar Passport and receive a free flight of wines at each winery. The Polar Passport is valid only at the participating wineries. This is a terrific, affordable product for visitors and residents alike, since tasting fees generally run from $2-4 per winery. The Passport is valid from Dec. 6 to March 31, 2013.
Wait, My Finger Lakes Bed and Breakfast can provide a Designated Driver?
That’s right! The Halsey House provides Finger Lakes Wine Tasting Tours. We’ve teamed up with local limousine and touring companies to offer you tours tailored to fit your needs. Go wine tasting on the Cayuga Wine Trail, Seneca Lake Wine Trail and the Keuka Lake Wine Trail with your own personal designated driver! Bring friends or take a family trip along on a wine tasting weekend and share the costs as well as the fun. Call us at 607-387-5428 for more details.
What Else is Going On?
How about some art and culture along with your wine? Bounce over to Cayuga Lake and the Sheldrake Point Vineyard, where work from artists Emily Gibbons & David Beale will be on display. The reception is December 1st from 3-6 p.m. The exhibit will be on display until January 15th. Then, take in the still and quiet scenery of the Finger Lakes at winter as you head back to your cozy bed and breakfast for a good night’s sleep.