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Naples, New York

Find kombucha, mocktails, and other nonalcoholic options in Naples

Located at the south end of Canandaigua Lake in Ontario County is a small Finger Lakes town known for its grape-themed everything. Thousands flock here in the fall for their famous Grape Festival, but there’s plenty of reasons to visit other times, too!

Like other Finger Lakes towns, there is a collective here of culinary artists. Winemakers, distillers, chefs, and farmers all spend countless hours year-round to make Naples a special destination.

Due to its size, there isn’t an enormous list of nonalcoholic options here in Naples. Luckily, the options they do have are well worth visiting. This page is dedicated to nonalcoholic options found in Naples, but since you’re near Canandaigua Lake, checkout the Canandaigua Lake Nonalcoholic Beverage Trail too!

Nonalcoholic Options In Naples, New York

Arbor Hill Winery

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At the very north end of Naples a short drive from the village you’ll find Arbor Hill Winery. Their legacy will forever be making some of the most favorited wines found in the Finger Lakes. With many awards earned over the years for their wines, they’ve also won awards for the non-alcoholic options. At Arbor Hill you’ll find grape juice, sparkling juices, iced and tea concentrates to make mocktails. In their tasting room you can sample items before buying, but if you’re looking to hang out for a bit, you’ll want to walk across the parking lot to Brew and Brats.

Brew and Brats

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From the same family who owns Arbor Hill Winery, you’ll find this Austrian-themed brewery in the same parking lot as the winery. They have a fantastic food menu with sausages, German potato salad, other casual options. 

Here you’ll also find their own house-made root beer, and mocktail-like concoctions with lemonades and grape juices and teas.

Hollerhorn Distillery

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Known far beyond the Finger Lakes for their premium line of distilled spirits, Hollerhorn is a major favorite for locals and visitors. Their food menu perfectly compliments their bar menus and their live music offers even more reasons to hang around.

Hollerhorn Distillery also has a great N/A menu featuring crafted zeroproof cocktails using Cut Above, Seedlip, and Free Spirits products.

NA Drink at Hollerhorn Distillery in Naples

Koborebi Kombucha

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This small storefront right in the village offers locally made kombucha. Their fermented teas are blended with other flavors (of course there’s a grape!) to create a unique offering. Hours in the shop are limited, but their products can be found in a number of places locally like Naples Wood Fired Pizza and Smokehouse BBQ and Naples Brewing Company.

Komorebi Kombucha Bottles in Naples, New York Finger Lakes

Things To Do Nearby

Cumming Nature Center is a preserve owned and operated by the Rochester Museum and Science Center. Walking trails and educational programming offer a family-friendly opportunity to spend time in nature while learning.

The Naples Grape Festival is probably one of the most anticipated and best attended annual events on the lake. In full celebration of all-things-grape, this festival offers two days of harvest season fun and food.

Grimes Glen County Park is a favorite destination for hikers. Here you can navigate trails that follow a running stream fed by multiple waterfalls.

Fun Facts About Naples

  • In 1882 the Naples Devonian Tree was discovered in Grimes Glen by D. Dana Luther. To date it remains the oldest fossilized tree to be discovered in all of New York State.
  • Naples is home to St. Januarius Church, a Catholic Church with very unique architecture. Designed by famed architect James Johnson of Rochester, the church incorporates design features inspired by grapes. There are stained glass windows that mimic locally grown grape varieties and the roof is shaped like an up-turned grape leaf.
  • The very first Grape Festival held in Naples was in 1872.