(607) 869-9760 info@buttonwoodgrove.com

Press

"15 Virtual Wine Tastings to Try When You Really Miss Going Out"

5.10.20 – chowhound.com

“Owners Dave and Melissa Pittard had only been in charge of this Finger Lakes Wine Country winery for three years before their wine—a 2016 Riesling—was selected as the best wine…”

"The Prime Woman's Guide to Wine Country Weddings"

6.08.19 – primewomen.com

The USA is now the largest wine consuming country in the world. Considering this, it is not difficult to appreciate the growing interest in Wine Country wedding venues across America… 

"A Vintage Inspired Wedding at Buttonwood Grove Winery"

6.16.17 – izzyco.com

My favorite thing about Buttonwood Grove Winery is that not only do you get a beautiful winery as your location, but they also have cabins in which you can stay, giving you a fun, glamping feel!

"Buttonwood Grove Winery wins Governor's Cup"

6.15.17 – ithacajournal.com

The winery’s 2016 Riesling earned the Governor’s Cup at the 2017 New York Wine & Food Classic, beating out the other 957 entries in the competition at the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel…”

"7 Entertaining - and Unique - Virtual Experiences to Try Right Now"

4.02.20 – realsimple.com

We can all use a happy hour (or two) right now. Luckily, Buttonwood Grove Winery (which won the 2017 Governor’s Cup for Best Wine in New York) is bringing its tasting room straight to your house…”

"In the Finger Lakes, a Trend Toward ‘Elevated’ Wine Tastings (and fees)"

7.17.19 – newyorkupstate.com

“Buttonwood Grove Winery on Cayuga Lake this year introduced a new tasting experience for groups from 8 to 30. It includes samples of five wines, plus snack plates, a complimentary logo glass…

"Grape Escapes: Wineries That Want You to Sleep Over"

2.17.17 – winejournal.robertparker.com

From April to December, nature-loving winos can cozy up in four rustic cabins on the property of Buttonwood Grove Winery in upstate New York’s Finger Lakes region.

"Buttonwood Grove Winery, a CNY Family Attraction"

12.04.15 – livablecny.com

The Pittards, Skaneateles natives, wanted to distinguish Buttonwood Grove from other wineries by creating a family-friendly environment.”