By Brian Jewell
Try any of these trails for a foodie experience in New York.
Finger Lakes Cheese Trail
Features 15 small family-owned farms producing Gouda, Colby, cheddar, mozzarella, Swiss, Brie and local goat cheeses.
Hudson-Berkshire Beverage Trail
This Trail travels through the capital, albany; Saratoga; and the Hudson Valley regions to showcase handcrafted beers and award-winning wines. Also highlights local produce, cheese, maple syrup, cider and more.
Lake Ontario Wine Trail
Features five boutique wineries near the national scenic byway Seaway Trail. Travelers also visit restaurants, farm markets and bed and breakfasts.
Corning Chocolate Trail
Visitors traverse the Gaffer District of downtown Corning to visit shops and restaurants that specialize in sweets such as chocolate fudge and white chocolate raspberry martinis.
Long Island Wine Region
Long Island is home to more than 50 wineries spread throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties. On a tour of these wineries, visitors see both historic winemaking techniques and state-of-the art wine technology.