Hunt Country Vineyards is a family farm and winery in the heart of New York’s celebrated Finger Lakes wine region. The farm's 170 acres have been home to the Hunt family for six generations.
Hunt Country Vineyards first achieved national attention in the 1990s as a pioneering producer of Vidal Blanc Ice Wine. This delectable wine has been served at the United Nations, ordered by the White House and featured on NBC's Today Show.
On our 50 acres of vineyards overlooking the Keuka valley, we now grow 13 varieties of cool-climate grapes using sustainable agricultural practices. We produce over 20 rare and distinctive wine varieties, from traditional dry vinifera (European) and French-American varietals, to complex and intense late harvest, sherry and port wines.
We employ ten people full-time and about 30 more on a seasonal or part-time basis. Our friendly staff greets about 50,000 visitors annually.
Hunt Country Vineyards has garnered 20 major awards (Gold medals or higher) in prestigious competitions since 2011. In 2011, the winery celebrated its 30th anniversary.