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Wonderfully tucked away near the canals, Frederick takes you through the wine he makes describing his history, the wine regions, and tools around wine.
The wine was tasty, but the presentation was fabulous. Even Tucker the poodle, was very friendly.
Small, intimate winery. Doesn’t look like much from the outside but it was my favorite winery. The owner is very friendly and extremely knowledgeable. All of their wine offerings were excellent. You may not have the exterior scenery, but I can definitely recommend this establishment.
It was an almost perfect ending to a wonderful day. We started out with a tour of the school and then lunch and ended up at Ports of New York Winery, as Siri brought us there! Frederic was a great host, very knowledgeable and the...More
FredericRB, Owner at Ports of New York Winery, responded to this reviewResponded 13 August 2018
Hi Bonnie. Thank you so much for the review. I do remember our interaction but I think there is a miss understanding when checking out I did asked if you preferred having and extra free bottle or the cost of one bottle to be deducted...More
Frédéric Bouché is a model of Gallic charm who also happens to know a thing or two about crafting wines and spirits, any of which are worth tasting and purchasing...we opted for his 'Quotidian' white blend of sauvignon and sémillon grapes, a delicious match with...More
We stumbled upon Ports of New York by accident many years ago when they were a new business in the Finger Lakes Wine region and we are so glad we did. Watching the business grow from those early days has been a treat and on...More
What a wonderful place to visit. Friendly welcoming staff offering tastings and a tour. A traditional Winery of Old World Character. Left with some excellent selections of Port and Wine to enjoy at Home. A+
They only produce two wines and two ports but seriously recommend stopping in for a tasting and listening to the owners story of his family’s winery and France and the antiques. Both wines were very good (blends) but the ports were our favorite.
Monsieur Bouche crafts two exquisite ports in the French tradition - light, elegant, and truly delightful. We own a craft distillery and a vineyard in North Carolina and have visited many beer, wine, and distilling facilities throughout the world. This was one of our favorite...More