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I discovered Bloomer Creek when researching the highest rated wineries near the home we were renting. I fell in love with this little place upon arrival. It is decorated with original art by the woman who poured our tasting for us. It has something of...More
Traveling down route 414 in New York’s Finger Lake wine region we saw a sign for Bloomer Creek Winery. Since the purpose of our trip was to locate wineries we had never tried we pulled in. First off don’t let the outside of the tasting...More
Visited last summer, never reviewed.
Very cozy tasting room serving good wines while talking to the owner/winemaker. Good experience. Could be made even better if he'd showed himself a little bit more friendly at times.
We arrived just when they opened on a Sunday morning, and so were able to get good explanations from one of the owners during our tasting. Many groups started to arrive after about 20 minutes, but since only the one owner was on duty, she...More
Very unfriendly. Not welcoming to a group of people in the wine business. We walked in to a winery that was wide open and the bookkeeper barked that they are closed. Then she got the wine maker to tell us they are closed and he...More
We saw an article in Conde Naste extolling the virtues of this place so we took a Sunday drive and stopped in around 4pm. We were obviously the last tasting of the day, The wines were certainly worth stopping for to taste. We kind of...More
We love this winery on the west shore of Seneca Lake. It is small and run by the couple who own it. The tasting room is not open as much as bigger wineries so stop if they are open when you drive by. If you...More
Really fun little specialty Vineyard where they make a small number of unfiltered wines. The woman who works there was serving about 20 people at once, all alone, and still did a great job of explaining everything we were drinking, and differences between them. We...More