Three Brothers Wineries & Estates



Visiting Us

At Three Brothers Wineries and Estates, we have three wineries, a microbrewery and cafe all on site. Guests arrive and leisurely tour the estate enjoying the settings of each uniquely themed tasting room. Purchase a $20 tasting passport that allows you to sample in all three wineries and our microbrewery. Passports are sold in all four tasting rooms onsite.

In September of 2007, we opened our doors and we couldn't be more proud to be one of the Finger Lakes most visited wineries.  With our expansive selection of hand-crafted Wines, Brews, Hard Ciders, and Craft Sodas there's bound to be something for everyone who visits.

Jocelyn Porter Photography

Passion Feet Wine Barn

This playful winery is for the hopeless romantic.  Aside from the refreshingly delicious wines and the famous Wine Slushie served in this tasting room, there's endless amounts of gifts and trinkets to peruse.  Visiting the Finger Lakes? Make sure to put this place on your list- you'll be able to find something for everyone back home.


Drew Zinck Photography

War Horse Brewing Co.

Something's always brewing at WHBC! From Custom Ales, Lagers and Seasonal Beers to our house-made Hard Ciders & Sodas you're bound to find something that you like.  At War Horse, we honor the warriors who fight for our freedom. Walls are adorned with photos and memorabilia of friends and families who serve.

Jocelyn Porter Photography

Stony Lonesome Wine Cellars

A classic beauty of a tasting room with a breath-taking view of Seneca Lake.  This winery houses our traditional vinifera wines from our austere dry Riesling to our award winning Bourbon-aged Barbera and the ever-popular semi-sweet Chambourcin.  The wines in this winery concentrate on utilizing our Winemakers honed skills to produce award-winning quality wines from our premier cool-climate region of the Finger Lakes.

Bagg Dare Wine Company

Possibly 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.  If you're lucky enough to catch one the local talents strumming tunes on the truck-bed bandstand on the pond while sipping some sweet wine from BDWC, consider it a damn good day.


Neil Sjoblom Photography