• The “Niagara Escarpment Wine Trail” will be renamed the “Niagara Wine Trail Ridge” and will be extended to include all of State Route 104 through State Route 390. The “Niagara Wine Trail” will be renamed the “Niagara Wine Trail Lake” and will be extended to include portions of Country Route 269, State Routes 104 and 18, County Route 425, and U.S Route 62 in Niagara and Erie counties.
• The newly established “Adirondack Coast Wine Trail” will begin at Exit 35 of the I-87 in the town of Peru and continue into the town of Plattsburgh.
• The “Chautauqua Wine Trail” will be renamed the “Lake Erie Wine Country Trail.” The route will remain unchanged.
New York is home to nearly 500 wineries, breweries, distilleries, and cideries. The state ranks third in the nation in wine and grape production.