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Eastern Region

Traveling East from the Pennsylvania and New York state lines to Buffalo, New York, you’ll discover the Eastern Region of the Lake Erie AVA. Producing internationally recognized highquality wines, the wineries along this stretch offer tours and tastings open to the public, along with special events and local festivals.

Some not-to-miss attractions in the area include the many lighthouses along the shores
of Lake Erie, many dating back to the 1800s.

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Nobility Along the Shores of Lake Erie
We have nobility growing among us. The noble grape of France’s famed Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon is produced by some of the region’s most ambitious growers. While Cabernet Sauvignon presents certain challenges in the region, there are excellent vintages available. Pair a Lake Erie Cabernet Sauvignon with any roasted meats,
hearty pasta dish, or semi-strong cheese.

Along the way are charming bed and breakfasts, excellent local cuisine, and water sports galore. Enjoy the old-fashioned hospitality that many of the small towns have to offer, from homemade arts and crafts, nature hikes, fishing, and the natural beauty of the area.

There are many year-round resorts in the area, offering golf, tennis, snow skiing, snowboarding, and the ultimate in spa treatments.

Who could miss one of the natural wonders of the world: Niagara Falls?