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Corn Hill picks Fox Run as official festival winery

Rochester Business Journal
June 4, 2014

Fox Run Vineyards has been selected as the official winery of the 46th annual Corn Hill Arts Festival, the Corn Hill Neighbors Association announced Wednesday.

As the official winery, Fox Run, based in Penn Yan, Yates County, will bottle and sell wines featuring the 2014 commemorative poster art on the label. The bottles offered will be Cabernet Franc/Lemberger and Semi-Dry Riesling.
 
In addition to the commemorative wine bottles, Fox Run will sell wine by the glass in both beer and wine gardens at the festival.

The Corn Hill Arts Festival will be held July 12 and 13.
 
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