A great experience. Three wineries and a brewery as well as a cafe and coffee shop. You could easily spend the entire day there. The entire staff was friendly and helpful. It was well worth the $40 tour/4 flights. There is something for everyone. We were also able to purchase chocolate and soda flights for my underage daughter.
Lots of fun for a Saturday afternoon. Got the full pass and didn't use all the checks since it was pretty busy. Lots of sweet stuff which isn't my taste, but the group as a whole had a 5 star afternoon. Would go again. Lots of fun. Ask for the physics professor at the brewery!
Every time my boyfriend and I visit this place it's an amazing, unforgettable experience! Jimmy who works at War Horse is a fantastic bartender! He was there for our first visit in January and gave us a little tour, some background info on the place as well as educated us on the wines. During our second trip in March, he was still super helpful and didn't hesitate to cater to our needs. Three Brothers overall is one of best wineries on Seneca Lake. Coming all the way from the Poconos several times, we make sure we never miss stopping here!
Three brothers wineries was a great place to try out different wines and beers. They had an assortment of different wines and beers. We opted for the full tasting which included 4 flights of drinks, 1 beer flight and 3 wine flights. The wines are served in test tubes which looked really cool. We also received a free pink lemonade slushie which was also really awesome. The only complaint was the food. There is only one cafe with the food and it was really bland. We tried both a burger and a veggie burger both of which were bland. Additionally I wish they were open longer than 6 during summer, because it's a beautiful place to have a drink and watch the sunset. Definitely has an excellent collection of wines and beers.
Good food- got the giant pretzel with beer cheese and their honey mustard, with a pink lemonade wine slushie. They have definitely raised their prices since the last time I've been here (which granted has been a few years) but the stuff is good. I am not sure I would pay $40 for a tasting passport (that has gone up a lot), however you definitely get a lot of samples and alcohol included. If you're looking to go to one place and have a spectacular time, look no further. You certainly won't be driving after that passport. I personally after having done the passport before would just go with a few friends and each of us buy a bottle of wine and split it outside at their cute patio and eat food. It would probably be more cost effective and you get to pair with food.
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