Looking for something different in your wine tasting experience?
Maximize your escape from the grind with one stop. At Three Brothers we offer three unique wineries, a microbrewery and café all on one estate. With our expansive selection of hand-crafted wines, beers, hard ciders, and craft sodas there's bound to be something for everyone who visits. Our priority is an exceptional customer service experience and creating a destination people want to visit again and again.
Exceptional hospitality is a top priority and our innovative spirit keeps things fresh.
Learn more about each of our unique tasting rooms below.
Stony Lonesome Wine CellarsA classic beauty of a tasting room with a breath-taking view of Seneca Lake. This winery houses our traditional vinifera style wines from our austere dry Riesling to our award winning Bourbon-aged Barbera and the ever-popular semi-sweet Chambourcin.
These wines concentrate on utilizing our Winemakers honed skills to produce award-winning quality wines from our premier cool-climate region of the Finger Lakes.
Passion Feet Wine BarnThe labels in Passion Feet, our boutique style winery, are inspired by women that have made a significant impact throughout history. We admire the bold characteristics of women past and present; like Rosa Parks' ferocity for equality, Annie Oakley's eccentricity and Susan B. Anthony's tenacity. We believe in the power of surrounding yourself with people who inspire you. The people who bring out the absolute best in you. The kind of people who push you to level up in everything you do. Passion wines are refreshingly delicious ranging from semi-dry to sweet. This tasting room also features seasonal wine spritzers and a housemade Wine Slushie."
Bagg Dare Wine CompanyPossibly the most photographed winery on the Estate and arguably the most fun, this bayou tasting room sits at the back of the campus accessible by an old dirt walking path. Like our smiles, BDWC wines are all sweet. Don’t forget your sense of humor when you enter, you’re gonna need it.
[Update] On December 6th 2021 our beloved Bagg Dare tasting room burnt down. Thankfully, no one was hurt and no one was in the building at the time. We are heartbroken at the destruction of the famed structure, its history and the authentic memorabilia inside, but we are grateful to the local fire departments and others who arrived so quickly to help. We still have plenty of Bagg Dare wines and have opened a temporary Bagg Dare tasting room on the estate. Check our social media to follow along as we rebuild Bagg Dare in 2022.