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Eagle Crest Vineyards

Eagle Crest Vineyards Eagle Crest Vineyard was founded in 1872 as O·Neh·Da Vineyard by Bishop Bernard McQuaid as a reliable source of sacramental wine for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochester. We are located above the pristine western shore of Hemlock Lake at the western edge of the Finger Lakes Region in Livingston County, New York. With a long history, and under the O·Neh·Da label, Eagle Crest is still a large producer of altar wines being shipped throughout NYS and most of the eastern seaboard. Eagle Crest is the second oldest still operating winery in the Finger Lakes. Hemlock Lake is the jewel of the Finger Lakes as one of the only two lakes with undeveloped shoreline and now owned by the City of Rochester as a water supply. Our name comes from the fact that Hemlock Lake is home to one of the longest continuous nesting sites in NYS for a pair of bald eagles. All wines at Eagle Crest are 100% pure grape wine and we are now offering some for you to enjoy. Follow signs to the winery from Hemlock, South Livonia or Livonia Center. It is well worth the drive once you find us on the beautiful hillside.


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7107 Vineyard Road, Conesus, NY, US, 14435 Email:
Phone: 716-346-2321 Web:
Fax: 716-346-2322
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  Blush Table Wine
A balanced semi-dry wine with a strawberry aroma.
  Burgundy Table Wine
Soft and supple with nice fruit; doesn't have the astringency of many red wines; will compliment foods from pizza to beef.
  Chablis Table Wine
Not As dry as traditional Chablis with more fruit character; a blend of Cayuga White and Vidal Blanc.
  Niagara Table Wine
Semi-sweet, the true essence of the grape reminiscent of the ripening vineyard, serve well-chilled.
  Pink Delaware Table Wine
Classiest of the Native grapes. Lovely pink color matches the ripe grapes. Sweet. Serve well-chilled.
  Rose' Table Wine
Full-bodied and sweet; mixes well for wine coolers or with fruit for sangria. Serve well-chilled.


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