Many many wineries to visit. All have lots of character and charm. Some have food too. We enjoyed the wines as they were nice and dry. The late harvest and Ice wines were also interesting but not cheap.
The wineries on the American side are nice. Very rural & country-like. The scenery with the trees changing was spectacular. However, we felt the Canadian wineries were more upscale with more of a European or Californian flare.
Great variety of wineries all with a nice selection of wines. Although it is not a trail of wineries they are all within a short distance and there are several that are lumped together and accessible for a one day trip.
20 participating wineries over 3 days of which we visited 17 with 3 tastings at each one along with food pairing samples. 2 wineries on the trail were not participating so I cannot compare arrowhead spring and evening side. We did not get out to Salamanca estate, schwenk wine cellars and Lake Ontario due to time/distance from the majority of...
Being from California we are kind of spoiled with really good wines. We stopped at 4 wineries in the area and tasted several wines. There are a lot of wineries and there are some good wines and some very good wines for the price to be found but you do have to look. The larger tasting rooms are more oriented...
The wine trails has dozens of New York vineyards and wineries on the road north of Buffalo and east of Niagara Falls. A pleasant drive, we stopped at 4 of the wineries for tastings. Next trip we will hit some more of them. Scenery was nice and not a lot of traffic so it was peaceful.