The Lake Ontario Wine Trail is hosting their first event of 2019. The 9th annual “Roll Out The Barrels” event will take place on Saturday and Sunday, April 13th and 14th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Guests will enjoy special access to pre-release and/or newly released wines, spirits and ciders.
“Sampling new craft beverages is a great way to jump start the 2019 season,” states Joan Allen, Trail President. “We are anxious to hear what our guests think about the latest products and hope this gives them a reason to re-visit us throughout the year. At JD Wine Cellars guests can sample newly canned wines and our other members have new vintages from 2018 that they are anxious to showcase for the first time.”
The Lake Ontario Wine Trail continues its tradition of hosting unique events that highlight its diversity. We have a reputation for producing award-winning wines. With our trail located within the top apple-growing region of New York State, we are also producing award winning cider and spirts. Guests enjoy an experience that includes variety. The Roll Out the Barrel event is a great opportunity for guests to peek into some of the production areas and meet the vintners, distillers and cidermakers while tasting some great products.
Conveniently located between Rochester and Syracuse, the event is a self-guided tour along the trail allowing guests to travel at their own pace. Advance sale tickets are $15 online until April 8th and then can be purchased for $20 at your first stop. Detailed information on the stops along with ticket information can be found at www.lakeontariowinetrail.com. Start your journey today on the Lake Ontario Wine Trail.
The Lake Ontario Wine Trail is New York’s stretches from the borders of Monroe, Wayne, and now Cayuga County, we encompass a wide variety of locally owned and operated businesses and beautiful scenery. For more information, maps, and tickets to events visit www.lakeontariowinetrail.com, or email the Lake Ontario Wine Trail at firstname.lastname@example.org. We invite you to travel the trail…you’ll be glad you did!