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Miles Wine Cellars, a winery and inn, has made its own wine in honor of its ghosts. Called Ghost, it is a blend of Chardonnay and Cayuga wines. The place is haunted by a ghost that has manifested as a mist that slams doors. Actually, legend has it that there are two ghosts here, a couple who died here long ago. A ghostly couple appears on the porch sometimes, embracing. A drawing of the ghost couple appears on the wine bottle’s label.

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Geographic Information

168 Randall Crossing Road
Himrod, NY 14842
United States

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42.617042962433665, -76.92202019692559
Yates County, New York
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