Foodie Gift Guide: Wine, Beer, Cider, Spirits

Foodie Gift Guide

Holiday gift ideas for the food-and-beverage enthusiasts in your life

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Wine Club Membership

Most of our region’s excellent wineries offer wine clubs, which offer exclusive perks like free shipping, discounts and events.

Dr. Konstantin Frank Vinifera Wine Cellar,

Heron Hill Winery,

Glenora Wine Cellars,

Anthony Road Wine Company,

Red Tail Ridge Winery,

Fox Run Vineyards,

Damiani Wine Cellars,



A six-pack (or growler or keg) from one of our award-winning microbreweries will please both locals and far-flung loved ones alike.

Keuka Brewing Hoppy Laker IPA,

Bacchus Brewing Beerded Brown Ale,

Middle Ages Dragonslayer Russian Imperial Stout,

Ithaca Beer Embrr Rye Porter,



With our abundance of apples, it’s no wonder that new cideries crop up every year. A great place to start is the Finger Lakes Cider House at Good Life Farm in Interlaken, where you can taste and buy bottles of cider from the following local ciders: Good Life Cider, Black Diamond Cider, Redbyrd Orchard Cider, Eve’s Cidery, South Hill Cider. Tastings are $5 for five and ciders range from $5 to $7 a glass and $15 to $19 a bottle.





1911 Spirits in Lafayette: The popular apple orchard Beak & Skiff has branched out (har) from hard cider to make seriously sophisticated apple gin and vodka.

Finger Lakes Distilling in Burdett: Large range of craft spirits, including multiple styles of whiskey, vodka, gin, brandy, grappa and liqueur.

Black Button Distilling in Rochester: Unique spirits, including Apple Pie Moonshine, Fast Ferry Fernet and their newest Bespoke Bourbon Cream, among others.


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