Burdett in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Wineries & Vineyards. Discover best things to do in Burdett with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Burdett
5 based on 224 reviews
Family owned small winery ... Hippie Attitude with international gold medal winning wines ... Dry red wines to Sweet wines ... we grow all our own grapes utilizing our three properties...Spring 2018 our Solar energy will give us a zero carbon footprint... friendly, inviting, loving, customer service...two of our wines benefit the local shelter... Brickoven pizza and seating for pizza, cheese and wine...in business since 2000 ... father daughter winemaker team ... multi generational family winery with roots in Italy ... #OneLove ... Peace ...
Stopped by as the first winery of the day and was met by Kimmie and staff. I like dry reds and my wife likes sweeter wines. This stop was recommended by one of my customers who told me I had to stop due to the winemakers expertise in dry reds. I have found that the Fingerlakes region shows lighter dry reds but these wines impressed. I enjoyed the selection of bolder dry reds and ended up purchasing the "Italian" blend which was delicious. My wife enjoyed the sweeter wines and a friend with us enjoyed the dry whites. All in all, a great stop and we will definitely be back!
5 based on 3 reviews
The cascades of 18 waterfalls are the calling card of this state park.
We visited this attraction while on a motorcycle tour with three other couples and a planned stay in the Watkins Glen area. I had read a article about visiting the park and its trail along the river gorge. We took the article's advice and took a bus from the lower parking lot to the upper parking lot so as to hoof the trail going down in elevation - smart move. This was a scenic and enjoyable walk along the trail with plenty of opportunities for photos of people and/or nature's beauty. This stop and park visit was well worth the time and minimal fees that were associated with it. I plan to take other friends here at some point in the future.
5 based on 447 reviews
I have been to the Finger Lakes wine region many times. Mostly in the Summer months but going in the Fall was also great with the beautiful upstate NY foliage.
In the past I wasn’t a big fan of NYS wines. They have come a long way, and some are outstanding. Ice wine from this region is some of the best I’ve ever had. If you’re not familiar with Ice Wine, the grapes are picked very late after having been frozen from the weather. Not artificially. That is how it gets it’s sweetness. It’s like dessert in a glsss! It’s very concentrated with a high alcohol volume. Don’t drink too muc of this! At least that is my understanding from some of the many winery tours I’ve been on.
If you like to partake in the tastings, I would definitely either have a DD or limo (always a blast)! There are so many wineries in the Finger Lakes that you need several visits to try them all. I live less than an hour away from many of the wineries, yet have still never been to all.
It’s a very fun weekend getaway. I highly recommend visiting if you enjoy wine and beautiful scenery.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
My wife and I visit the Finger Lakes every year and have been for years, but this is the first time to ever stop and visit the falls. We have driven past the sign directing back to the falls many times, never paying attention. I'm certainly glad we did this time, the falls was picture postcard perfect, simply beautiful. I'm sure at times when rain fall is off the falls is not the prettiest, this wasn't the case when we visited the first of November. If your in the area, its worth the time to see, again simply beautiful.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
Visited: October 25, 2017
Beautiful location overlooking Seneca Lake. The shop is very quaint with many neat gift ideas - not to mention a large selection of their wines.
The proprietor was very pleasant and helpful. Of the 100+ (it seems) wineries along the lake, this one had the nicest front facing façade.
4.5 based on 273 reviews
Enjoy friendly staff, antique decor, and the casual atmosphere of Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards on beautiful Seneca Lake. Visit us and see why the Wine Enthusiast Magazine (May 2008) voted us one of the Top 25 tasting rooms in the United States. Great wines! Great times! Home of the Red Cat.
Wonderful wine tasting and personal service ‼️ went to several wineries on senaca lake and this was our favorite ‼️ great wine with a personal touch. The best wine was bramble berry which they serve with a bit of dark chocolate making the perfect match. Very reasonably priced , highly recommended
4.5 based on 535 reviews
So much fun to experience the various wines of Seneca lake. In a two day period we stopped at 11 wineries. The first day we did stopped at four wineries and the second day we stopped at 7 on the East side of the lake. There are so many wineries that it would be best to get a driver. We enjoyed going to the smaller wineries (ie. Anthony Road) than the larger ones (ie. Wagner). Speaking to the wine makers at their establishments were far more interesting.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Finger Lakes Distilling is a New York State Farm Distillery. We use locally grown fruits and grains to produce a range of high-quality, handmade spirits Including vodka, gin, whiskey, grappa and a variety of liqueurs and brandies. Our tasting room directly overlooks the production area for a tasteful and educational experience!
If you like Whiskey, this is the place for you. My wife and I visited on a Saturday and had signed up for the tour. Brian McKenzie, the owner, conducted the tour. It so happened that we were the only ones that had signed up for the tour that day, so it ended up being a private tour which was awesome. Brian showed us all of the distillery, and explained the process behind distilling all of the different items they make. Very impressive.
After the tour we had a tasting of 3 spirits. All of which were excellent. Along with the tour, we received drink coupons so we went into the bar and had a drink. The drinks are not for the faint of heart. The whiskey is strong, as any good whiskey should be. We also purchased some whiskey and vodka before leaving.
I would recommend visiting the distillery if you have the chance, and definitely take the tour.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
I love waterfalls and I saw this one as I was driving by. There is a parking area available south of the falls on the west side of the road. I don't understand why recent reviewers are saying that there is no place to park. I parked and got out and walked back a bit and spent a few minutes taking pictures...........no problem. I would like to see it when there is more water going over the falls.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Summer Tasting Room Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 10am-5:30pm Fri, Sat 10am-6pm Sun 10:30am-5:30pm Winter Hours: Mon- 11:00am-5:00pm Tues, Wed CLOSED Thurs-Sun 11am-5pm
Beautiful winery, great barnstormer theme, nice variety of reds & whites. Do not leave without trying the port, best ever. Very attentive staff!Glad to hear you loved our Nosedive Port! A very popular wine here... hopefully we can improve on your experience next time and continue offering a wide variety of wines as a boutique winery. Cheers!
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