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Finger Lakes Wine
These resources focus on wineries in New York's Finger Lakes Region. Click the catalog record entries to find where books are located on campus.
- New York Wine & Culinary CenterLocated in Canandaigua, the New York Wine & Culinary Center provides seminars, cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, and special events showcasing New York State wine and food.
- Seneca Lake Wine AssociationA 501C-6, non-profit organization dedicated to its member wineries. Our members are all independently owned and operated businesses, and collectively run the Seneca Lake Wine Trail. Much more information can be found about the Trail, our member wineries, events, activities and other relevant businesses and experiences all around Seneca Lake and throughout the Finger Lakes Region of western, central New York State by clicking around in this website.
- Seasons of a Finger Lakes Winery byCall Number: Mann: HD9379.L66 H37 2011Publication Date: 2011The Barlettas' story is a window onto the world of contemporary craft winemaking, from the harsh realities of business plans, vineyard pests, and brutal weather to the excitement of producing the first vintage, greeting enthusiastic visitors on a vineyard tour. Above all, Seasons of a Finger Lakes Winery describes the connection forged among the vintner, the vine, and terroir. With interest in winemaking continuing to grow, the Barlettas' experience of making award-winning wines offers both practical advice for anyone running (or thinking of running) their own winery.
- Summer in a Glass: The Coming of Age of Winemaking in the Finger Lakes byCall Number: ILR: TP557 .D39 2011Publication Date: 2011New York's Finger Lakes is home to the country's fastest-growing wine region, and each year millions of tourists spill into the tasting rooms of its wineries. Filled with fun and likable characters, Summer in a Glass brings this burgeoning area to life and captures its exciting diversity--from its immigrant German winemakers to its young, technically trained connoisseurs, from classic Rieslings to up-and-coming Cabernet Francs.
- Wineries of the Finger Lakes Region - 100 Wineries byCall Number: Geneva TP557 .K56 2008Publication Date: 2008This book highlights the wineries, including grape varieties grown and the wines made,along with a history of winemaking in the region and a description of grape varieties. A glossary of terms is provided as well as biographical sketches of the area's winemaking pioneers. Wineries are the top-ranked regional tourist destination of the Finger Lakes Region.
- The Finger Lakes Wine GazetteCall Number: ILR: TP557 .F49 OversizePublication Date: Published Quarterly