Red Tail Ridge Winery, Penn Yan

3.4
#10 of 15 in Wineries in Penn Yan
Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
Boutique winery in the Finger Lakes of New York, that specializes in Riesling, Chardonnay, Blaufrankisch, Pinot, Dornfelder and Teroldego. Red Tail Ridge utilizes sustainable practices in their winegrowing process; and is the first LEED gold certified winery in New York State. All heating and cooling for wine production is provided by geothermal energy.

We do not accept buses and limos, as we have very limited parking; and due to the size of our tasting room, we are not able to accommodate groups larger than 10.
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  • It was our first time visiting Red Tail Ridge Winery. We booked ahead and were greeted at the door. It was a lovely tasting. I really felt like we got to experience the wines and did not feel...  more »
  • I visited multiple wineries along Seneca Lake and this experience was amongst my favorites. I booked ahead online with no issues. They have a set up where a person stands across from you with...  more »
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  • We went to have a tasting and we definitely got more than we paid for. One of the owners was there pouring for us and spoke with us at length about the history of the region, the soil composition and the different types of grapes that grow well in different regions. And don’t get me wrong, he’s not just a talker who won’t shut up. We asked a bunch of questions and he answered all of them in wonderful fashion. He was really nice and welcoming. Oh and the wines taste great, all of them. 10/10 would go back and drink all of their wine.
  • Didn't taste any wine because they wouldn't accommodate our van (smaller than a small school bus), we only had six people and the parking lot was not full at all. So I guess they have a ton of money because they denied business for basically no real reason. Additionally we called ahead of time to verify if they would allow this type of van and they said yes....

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