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Wineries

Rochester Business Journal
September 6, 2013

Ranked by gallons produced 2012.

2013 Rank Company
1  Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards Inc.
2  Bully Hill Vineyards Inc.
3  Caywood Vineyards
4  Swedish Hill Vineyard Inc.
5  Dr. Konstantin Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars
6  Wagner Winery LLC
7  Three Brothers Wineries and Estates LLC
8  Fox Run Vineyards Inc.
9  Montezuma Winery
10  Torrey Ridge Winery
11  Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars
12  Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard
13  Casa Larga Vineyards and Winery
14  Goose Watch Winery
15  Hunt Country Vineyards
16  Hosmer Winery
17  Belhurst Estate Winery
18  Keuka Spring Vineyards
19  Red Tail Ridge Winery
20  Castel Grisch Winery
21  Silver Springs Winery LLC
22  Penguin Bay Winery
23  Silver Thread Vineyard
24  Frontenac Point Vineyard - Estate Winery
25  Wilhelmus Estate Winery

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