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Earle Estates Meadery

Earle Estates Meadery Earle Estates, a family owned winery established in 1993, offers a refreshing new taste in wines with our production of over 30 different Honey Wines (MEAD), Fruit & Grape wines. Having captured numerous awards for our premium wines, including the national fruit wine championship, tasting our wines is an experience you won't want to miss. During your visit you can also enjoy tastes of our premium honey, see a live observation bee hive at work and browse in our unique gift shop, while enjoying a warm, friendly atmosphere.

From Syracuse, Albany, Rochester, Buffalo: Take N.Y.S. Thruway to Exit 42, then Route 14 South. From Binghamton: Take Route 17 to Elmira, then Route 14 North. From Corning: Take Route 22 to Route 414, then Route 14 North in Watkins Glen.

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2770 State Rte. 14, Penn Yan, NY, US, 14527 Email:
Phone: 315-536-6755 Web:
Fax: 315-536-1239
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  Honey Mead Contemporary Dry
Dry Honey Wine. Subtle tone of honey and grape. Comparable to a Chardonnay but without the oak. Excellent with chicken, pork, lamb or pasta.
  Honey Mead Contemporary Semi-Sweet
Sweet Honey Wine. This delightful honey wine has grape and apricot overtones. Pairs well with fresh fruits and desserts, or it can be dessert itself! Silver Medal Winner – 2000 Indy International Wine Competition. Silver Medal Winner – Indiana State Fair. Bronze Medal Winner – New York State Fair. Bronze Medal Winner – Atlanta Wine Summit.Bronze Medal Winner – New York State Wine & Food Classic
  Traditional Honey Mead
Semi-Sweet Honey Wine. Lovely honey aroma and taste with grape overtones. This wine is similar to a Late Harvest Riesling, but with an enticing honey taste. 2001 Commercial Mead Champion. Gold Medal at World Championship in Chicago. Gold Medal Winner at the New York State Wine and Food Classic. Silver Medal Winner – Atlanta Wine Summit. Bronze Medal Winner at Indiana State Fair. Bronze Medal Winner – Great Lakes International Wine Competition


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