Founded in 1990, the Shadigee Company is an international trading corporation in New York State that distributes some of America’s most popular beverage brands and bottled waters worldwide through WNY Beverage.
The company was named after nearby Shadigee Point in Orleans County, which at the turn of the century was a bustling port on Lake Ontario where finished goods were imported from around the world and raw materials - such as corn, grain, apples and lumber - were exported from farms across Western New York and the Empire State.
Located in Western New York between Niagara Falls and Rochester, in the community steeped in history along the Erie Canal, WNYB also sources local products and beverages from the Buffalo/Niagara region, Niagara Wine Trail USA and Canandaigua Wine Trail vineyards.
With a global network of contacts to source and supply products for any international market, we welcome your inquiries and look forward to serving you.
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We offers wines from vineyards along the Niagara Wine Trail, USA and Canandaigua Wine Trail.
Niagara Wine Trail, USA vineyards enjoy the second longest growing season for grapes in New York State.
The moderate climate, the character of the local soils, the dolomite limestone of the Escarpment and the gravel silts near the Lake Ontario shore are ideal for growing vinifera grapes. European vinifera wines, including Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Vidal Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc, thrive in the region.
Each winery on the trail offers a diverse selection of traditional vinifera style, native, late harvest and ice wines, as well as award-winning fruit wines, meads and ciders. Geographically situated between the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario, the Niagara region has a unique
micro-climate that makes it suitable for the production of the types of fruit that are used to create fine wines.
The Canandaigua Wine Trail is set in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York, with seven world-class "small but mighty" wineries that produce cold-climate Rieslings and Chardonnays, new varietals and ice wines that are the most awarded ice wines in the country. Canandaigua is also home to the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, the first and longest-running wine trail in the United States, along with
one of the oldest vineyards in the world - Eagle Crest Vineyards.
Scenic trails, sustainable vineyard practices and good stewardship are the hallmark of the Canandaigua Wine Trail. The unique,
family-owned and operated boutique wineries in Canandaigua and Cayuga have won over 5,300 national and international medals, including the six Governor's Cup and three Winery of the Year awards.