Stretching from Forestville in the North, to Ripley in the South, twelve Chautauqua County wineries produce wines including vinifera, ice wines, fruit wines, and specialty wines. Located in Chautauqua County, Western New York they are also collectively referred to as the Chautauqua Wine Trail.
List of New York wineries
Pennsylvania's moderate climate and rolling terrain provides some of the best growing conditions on the East Coast. Here, more than 100 wineries produce a delightful array of wine varieties - perhaps more kinds than any other wine region. The roster of award-winning Pennsylvania varietals includes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Catawba, Cayuga, Chambourcin, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Reisling, Seyval Blanc, Vidal Blanc, Vignoles - and, yes, even wine made in the Champagne manner!
Ohio has a long history of wine production. As early as the 1800s, settlers were exploring winemaking in Ohio, mostly along the Ohio River, near present-day Cincinnati. They planted Catawba grapes and produced a light semi-sweet wine, distinctly different from the European-style wines, popular during that time. The fledging Ohio wine industry thrived, and by 1845 Ohio was producing over 300,000 gallons annually.
List of Ohio wineries