Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Director Katherine Chase is back for another Wine Wednesday edition of FLX Weekly with Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi. We’ll try to guess what type of red wine we’re tasting and learn about everything happening with this year’s harvest in the Finger Lakes.
The last days of September are here and area wineries have mostly completed their harvests and are in the process of turning the grapes into wine. On today’s show, Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Director Katherine Chase is back in-studio to take us through the process. She’ll have freshly picked grapes, fresh pressed juice, and have even some juice that’s started to ferment so we can kind of taste the full cycle of “before it’s wine.”
The last Wednesday of the month is here and that means another Wine Wednesday edition of FLX Weekly with Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Executive Director Katherine Chase in-studio with samplings from around Cayuga Lake and a look ahead to the last weekend of August here in the Finger Lakes.
Cayuga Lake Wine Trail executive director Katherine Chase is back in-studio for the last Wednesday of June and she is bringing locally produced ciders from Goosewatch & Swedish Hill to sample. We’ll also look ahead to the weekend which includes commencement ceremonies at high schools across the region as the Finger Lakes readies to move to Phase 4 of re-opening.
Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Executive Director Katherine Chase is back in-studio with a pair of cider offerings to taste from Thirsty Owl and Buttonwood Grove wineries. Then, a look at the final weekend of May ahead in the Finger Lakes.
Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi are joined in-studio with Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Executive Director Katherine Chase for another “Wine Wednesday” edition of FLX Weekly. This month, however, it will be more locally distilled spirits that we’ll sample before looking at some great local photos from across the region over the past week. Six Mile Creek’s Amore, an Amaretto Liquor and Moonshine from Swedish Hill are the two spirits we are sampling today.
Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Executive Director Katherine Chase is back in-studio for wine tasting and a preview of the weekend as we turn the calendar to February in the Finger Lakes. We’ll be sampling Warm reds for a cold month from Six Mile Creek and Long Point. Join Katherine, Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi for this week’s edition of FLX Weekly.
Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Director Katherine Chase is in-studio with to taste wines to pair with Thanksgiving Dinner as we prepare for the holiday on Thursday and the busy long weekend ahead in the Finger Lakes.
Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Executive Director Katherine Chase in in-studio with Swedish Hill Dry Riesling and Cayuga Ridge Semi-Sweet Riesling to taste and to help us preview the first weekend of autumn in the Finger Lakes which is also the final weekend of September.
Katherine Chase, Executive Director of the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail joins Sydney Rogers, Josh Durso & Jim Sinicropi to look ahead to the first weekend of June in the Finger Lakes including the Sips & Succulents event on the wine trail. Our favorite local photos from the past week, a look at the weekend weather outlook and more on Wednesday’s live edition of FLX Weekly.
There is a lot going on in the Finger Lakes for the last weekend of April. The Seneca7 relay around Seneca Lake, Wine & Herb Weekend on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, and the WIld Water Derby on Shortsville highlight the slate of event. Join Jessica Lahr, Jim Sinicropi, Sydney Rogers and Josh Durso to get your weekend weather outlook, sports line-up and look at some awesome local photos from the past few days.
Our last episode of February can’t come soon enough as cabin fever is setting in for Finger Lakes residents yearning for spring. It was a spring-like festive atmosphere on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail last weekend for their annual Mardis Gras event. Josh Durso was there and shares some photos and impressions from his day along the lake.