Black Bear Farm Winery

(607) 656-9863 248 County Road #1
Chenango Forks, NY 13746
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The Black Bear Winery is looking forward to a new year! Steps we've taken in 2008 towards the 'buy local' trend will yield benefits to our customers in 2009. We are happy to be working with fruit growers as close as Oxford, Cortland and Homer. They have great stuff. We've also found wine bottles manufactured in Waterloo, NY and corks grown in the US. Of course we don't travel to CA to pick up the corks, but we are using our own truck for other pickups and the deliveries. The dollars saved buying local will keep our wine prices from rising. This is important in today's world of skyrocketing prices and passing expenses on to consumers. Try buying local; you too will like it. 2009 will bring another line of interesting wines to the Black Bear family. We will soon be introducing cassis, cherry and apple cordials. Due to its popularity, we have produced a new vintage of Sweet Amos and will be returning Sweet Summer Blueberry. This spring we will be fermenting another floral wine- Apple Blossom. Read more »

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