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Address:
P.O.Box 123, Fayette, NY 13065
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Comprised of 16 members with 15 wineries, a cidery, meadery, and four distilleries, The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, est. 1983, is the first organized and longest running wine trail in the world famous Finger Lakes. For over 30 years, The Trail has become a model for other wine trails in NYS and around the country. See It! Taste It! Live It! Love It! Visit and explore family owned and operated boutique wineries that have won over 5,300 national and international medals and six Governor’s Cups to date.

The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail has something for everyone. Charming Bed & Breakfast, first class resorts, driving tours, boat cruises, shopping and dining, or just imbibe the beautiful views and peaceful nature. Our philosophy: Once you’ve seen, tasted, and lived all that the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail has to offer, you will absolutely fall in love with it! For a quick lunch around town or an exquisite meal to wrap-up your adventures, browse our diverse dining list. Here in The Finger Lakes of New York State, and on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, we pour our hearts and souls into each and every bottle. We thank you for stopping by and hope that you enjoy The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail season after season.

Contact Information
Phone: 800-684-5217
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COVID-19 Policy

Rest assured that all our members are taking the appropriate actions necessary to ensure guests stay safe during their visit. Our B & B’s will be following their own set of safety protocol, as individual as each member. This protocol will be formulated based on one or more of the following…  the Center for Disease Control, the American Hotel and Lodging Association’s “Stay Safe” enhanced industry-wide cleaning guidelines, the World Health Organization, Governor Cuomo, local county guideline, and/or many other experts. Please bear with us as we conduct our businesses differently than we were just a few short months ago in an effort to keep ourselves, our employees and our guests safe and healthy. Thank you.