Keuka Lake


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Keuka Lake

(kyo͞o`kə), 18 mi (29 km) long and .5 to 2 mi (.8–3 km) wide, W central N.Y., one of the Finger LakesFinger Lakes,
group of 11 narrow glacial lakes in north to south valleys, W central N.Y. Cayuga and Seneca lakes, both more than 35 mi (56 km) long, are the largest and deepest. Keuka Lake is the center of the area's wine industry, the largest in New York.
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; drains NE into Seneca Lake. Penn Yan at its northern end and Hammondsport at its southern end are trade centers for the surrounding resort, grape-growing, and wine-making region.
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Curtiss rebuilt it, made some modifications, including the addition of pontoons, and in 1914 made a short flight from Keuka Lake.
Curtiss installed floats and, in 1914, lifted the Langley machine off Keuka Lake for a flight of about 150 feet.
Rooster Hill, on the east side of Keuka Lake, has won more than 330 medals for its wines during the Hoffman's time.
Bernard Cannac, winemaker at Heron Hill on Keuka Lake (Hammondsport, N.Y.) referred to "foxy" notes if the variety was over-ripe.
A cell site has also been added in Branchport, increasing coverage and capacity in the town along Route 54A east toward Penn Yan, south of Branchport along Route 54A and the west side of Keuka Lake, along Route 54 and the east side of Keuka Lake, and on Guyanoga Road to Friend Hill Road.
From Geneva, head south on routes 14A, 54A and 54, for a captivating view along Keuka Lake. You'll find many restaurants, shops and wineries on your journey, as well as overnight accommodations.
They also did not take advantage of the great view we have of Keuka Lake from our original tasting room."
Normally, Fourth of July visitors to the small upstate town of Hammondsport came for more traditional reasons; to celebrate the holiday with champagne from the local Pleasant Valley Winery perhaps, or to enjoy the summertime pleasures of nearby Keuka Lake.
Guests will have the option of four different flights of wine, accompanied by locally produced cheese, while sitting at tables and enjoying a spectacular view of Keuka Lake and the wine country.
In the red hybrid seminar, Ian Barry of Keuka Lake Vineyards, Brad Knapp of Pennsylvania's Pinnacle Ridge Vineyards and Dr.
There are several wine trails in the region, including the Canandaigua Wine Trail (877-FUN-IN-NY; www.canandaiguawinetrailonline.com), the Cayuga Wine Trail (800-684-5217; www.cayugawinerrail.com), the Keuka Lake Wine Route (800-440-4898; www.keukawinetrail.com), and the Seneca Lake Winery Association (607-535-8080; www.senecalakewine.com).