Many Hands - Natalee Carroll

Natalee Carroll
Wine Club & Events Manager

Hi! My name is Natalee- which means Christmas- and since my last name is Carroll every year around the holidays at least one of my 3 siblings will call me 'Christmas Carroll'. I kind of like it since Christmas is my favorite holiday anyway. I just love all of the cooking and baking, seeing cousins and other relatives from near and far. My favorite is sneaking off with a sibling or two, maybe an aunt or my dad and visiting the nearest pub. Enjoying a glass of wine (usually a Cabernet Franc) with the people I love is the most enjoyable activity I can possibly think of. If it's not for the holidays, I am a huge fan of day-drinking in the summer sun! Summers on Seneca Lake are incredible and I am especially grateful to be in a position where I can not only enjoy them but I can share the experience with others. I love hospitality so when the opportunity to host events and wine club member parties came up- I jumped! Well, actually my heart started racing and I fumbled to pull up my resume and make some needed updates, but you get the idea. This is my element. Connecting with chefs to figure out which delicious foods to provide, discovering local musicians each with their own original flare to set the tone, and sampling the amazing wines that Peter and Lynne make all culminate in what amounts to an insanely awesome gig that I am super blessed to have. I am excited to meet you, share a glass, and introduce you to this amazing family and their winery. Cheers!

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Customer Testimonials

"From start to finish, a great experience. You walk through the doors to an amazing, breezy view and are then greeted by friendly, fun, personable..."

"The tasting room is newer and is quite large. We were greeted warmly and directed to the tasting area. Most of the wine is sweet. There were a fe..."

"This was my favorite winery around this lake. Really good white wine, beautiful surroundings, and the friendliest staff we encountered. Also enjo..."

"We used to stop at almost every winery up and down the road. This time we decided to be more selective. This was one of only six wineries we stop..."