Hudson River Valley Wineries

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Monday, December 10, 2012

Poughkeepsie Journal Raves About Hudson Valley Wine


 
Green Gourmet: Discover locally made wines
Poughkeepsie Journal
1:44 PM, Nov 10, 2012   |  Written by Judy Eisele

The Hudson Valley is home to many wineries. It's a great time of year to get out and enjoy what local wineries have to offer and stock up for holiday meals. / Living & Being file

 
Many people aren’t aware that the Hudson Valley has more than 20 local wineries, many of them family-run, that produce everything from sparkling wines to dessert wines and liqueurs.


It’s a beautiful time of year to enjoy a leisurely drive to local wineries.


The holidays are right around the corner, so why not support the local wineries and pick up some extra bottles for friends and family members. Who doesn’t enjoy a nice bottle of wine with dinner?


Here are some local wineries:


• The Brotherhood Winery (www.brotherhoodwinery.net) in Washingtonville is America’s oldest winery. Jean Jacques began planting grapes on the land in the early 1800s. It was originally named Jacques Brothers Winery and renamed Brotherhood in 1885.


• Palaia Vineyards & Winery in Highland Mills (www.palaiavineyards.com) is family owned and operated and has live music every weekend.


• Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery (www.wvwinery.com) in Warwick also offers brandies, liqueurs and hard cider.

 
• Applewood Winery (www.applewoodwinery.com), also in Warwick and also known for its hard cider.


• The Millbrook Vineyard & Winery (www.millbrookwine.com) in Millbrook was established in 1984.


• Oak Summit Vineyard (www.oaksummitvineyard.com) in Millbrook only produces pinot noir.


• Robibero Winery (www.rnewyorkwine.com) in New Paltz is one of the newest wineries in the Hudson Valley, established in 2010.


• Clinton Vineyards (www.clintonvineyards.com) in Clinton was established in 1977.


These are only a few of the many wineries in the Hudson Valley. Many of these wines are served in local restaurants, so consider checking them out.

Read the whole thing at:
http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20121111/NEWS04/311110052/Green-Gourmet-Discover-locally-made-wines?odyssey=mod%7Cnewswell%7Ctext%7CPoughkeepsieJournal.com%7Cs

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