We visited this place on a whim for a tasting while driving by. It's one of the smaller wineries in the area. The tasting setup is a bit odd with you ordering them inside at the bar and carrying it all out to the deck. May be just a remnant of COVID. The host was nice and popped out to sit with us for a bit and explain some of the history of the vineyards in the area. It was interesting stuff. The deck sits maybe 20 people, which I like. The wines were a mixed bag. I cared for the Set Sail Rose, as it was pretty unique to me with a dry and sour kick. Pricing was fair and it's a quiet spot. Recommend a pop in late afternoon after the midday rush.
Frontenac Point was our first stop on the Cayuga wine trail, but we soon realized it would be our only stop. Nothing would top enjoying a wine flight on the deck with beautiful views of the lake and vineyard, speaking with the friendly and helpful staff as well as with members of the Doolittle family, and trying a surprising variety of truly delicious wine. We found so many we liked that we brought a mixed case home with us!
For past 16 years I have worked with\for four wineries in three states and visited wineries in US, Canada and Europe. All this to say Frontenac is a jewel of wineries. Why? Staff is professional, knowledgeable, and not pretentious. They ensure you feel at home, tasting wonderful wine with a magnificant view. If you are near the Finger Lakes and enjoy wine Frontenac is a must visit!
Friendly and laughable staff with good tasting wine and reasonable price range, great scenery as well. It is a good place to take pictures. If you come during the fall or winter, I recommend bringing a thick jacket.
Incredible view from the deck while enjoying the wine. Wines are outstanding as well! Friendly non-pretentious service.
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