Perhaps no living person knows more about the rural burying grounds of the Finger Lakes than Newfield town historian Alan Chaffee.
When you find the beverage producer you want, you can click on their web site or get directions from wherever you are. Marti and Tom have given love to the vines, the wines and the visitors to Standing Stone for many years.
In each region we've also included a small sampling of lodging, restaurants, and non-beverage tourist attractions for added convenience. It’s not easy to just let go so they will be staying on for 3 years to ease the transition.
“Easily 95 percent of rural burials in this area before about 1850 were done on the family’s own land and not in a public cemetery,” he said.
Private rural burial customs in the early years of Finger Lakes settlement reflect both superstition and economic reality.
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Riesling is still king here, as it is in part of Germany. It is by far the best-selling wine in the Finger Lakes, and not well liked by fine wine enthusiasts.
Frank Vineyards on Keuka Lake, this winery founded by German immigrant Hermann Wiemer was one of the first to exclusively grow the classic European vinifera grapes, like Riesling, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. It's probably best known as the maker of Red Cat, a sweet red wine made from the native Catawba grape.
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