|Saturday, July 12|
|10:30 a.m.||Dry Red Vinifera Wines|
|Taste six dry red vinifera wines from some of the most established wineries in the Finger Lakes. Learn what has been tried and what the winemakers believe will work in the future.|
|1 p.m.||Dry Style Riesling|
|Back by popular demand, come and taste six wines. Learn from winemakerswhy Rieslings aren't all sweet. Experience the variety of flavors that Riesling offers and learn why this food-friendly wine should be on your table almost every night.|
|Sunday, July 13||11:30 a.m.||Dry Red Vinifera Wines|
|Taste six dry red vinifera wines and continue your exploration of the future of the Finger Lakes. You will taste familiar varieties of Pinot Noir and Merlot, and some that you may not know, like Lemberger and Saperavi.|
|Chardonnay is not just from California! Taste both oaked and unoaked Chardonnay from the Finger Lakes, including some wines from vines that are 40 years old. Learn how winemakers grow this widely planted grape to make a very food-friendly, exciting to drink wine!|
Organized and led by Standing Stone Vineyards' co-owner and winemaker, Mari Macinski. Speakers include Steve DeFrancesco, winemaker at Glenora, Katie Roller, marketing manager at Wagner Vineyards, Chris Stamp, Lakewood Vineyards co-owner and winemaker as well as Macinski.
All Wine Seminars take place in the Deadline Room of the Watkins Glen International Media Center just outside of the Festival grounds.