Hudson River Valley Wineries

This blog is dedicated to news, events, profiles and reviews of fine food and wine in the Hudson River Valley. We especially feature and spotlight the burgeoning wineries of the Hudson River Region. We accept and will relay information about releases, events, festivals and any toher happening related to food and wine in the Hudson River Valley. Send pertitnent information to hudsonriverwine@yahoo.com

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Carlo DeVito is a long time wine lover, and author of books and magazine articles. He is the author of Wineries of the East Coast. He has traveled to wine regions in California, Canada, up and down the east coast, France, Spain and Chile. He has been a published executive for more than 20 years. He shepherded the wine book program of Wine Spectator as well as worked with Kevin Zraly, Oz Clarke, Matt Kramer, Tom Stevenson, Evan Dawson, Greg Moore, Howard Goldberg, and many other wine writers. He has also published Salvatore Calabrese, Jim Meehan, Clay Risen, and Paul Knorr. Mr. DeVito is the inventor of the mini-kit which has sold more than 100,000,000 copies world wide. He has also publisher such writers as Stephen Hawking, E. O Wilson, Philip Caputo, Gilbert King, James McPherson, John and Mary Gribbin, Thomas Hoving, David Margolick, Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., John Edgar Wideman, Stanley Crouch, Dan Rather, Dee Brown, Susie Bright, and Eleanor Clift. He is also the owner of Hudson-Chatham Winery, co-founder of the Hudson Berkshire Beverage Trail, and president of the Hudson Valley Wine Country. https://carlodevito.wordpress.com/

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

FOOD NETWORK'S FARMHOUSE RULES Makes Mulled Wine With Hudson-Chatham Winery

http://www.foodnetwork.com/chefs/nancy-fuller/nancy-fuller-video-gallery.html
 
CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO TAKE YOU TO THE VIDEO!
 
For the first time, Food Network has posted the video from Farmhouse Rules making the mulled wine with Hudson Chatham Winery's popular Hudson River Valley Red.
 
Hudson-Chatham Winery was prominently featured in the first season of Nancy Fuller's Farmhouse Rules on Food Network! The episode was called Old-Fashioned Dinner Party. In it Nancy came by, visited the winery, and then made mulled wine.
      
The episode featured several great recipes. Here's Food Network's description: Nancy Fuller's 1650s home is the perfect backdrop for an old-fashioned Dutch dinner party. Nancy's making juicy Roasted Chicken With Chestnut Breading, Sweet Corn Pudding and a Rustic Fruit Tart. She even swings by the local vineyard to pick up a few bottles of red for her spicy Mulled Wine. It's going to be an old-fashioned dinner party with farm flair! (Episode: RF0105H)
 
 

 
CLICK ON THE LABEL TO LINK TO INFORMATION ABOUT THE ART:
 
http://hudson-chathamwine.blogspot.com/2012/07/hudson-chatham-winery-announces-new.html
 
The majesty of the Hudson Valley spawned an entire art movement worldwide. The Hudson River School was a mid-19th century American art movement embodied by a group of landscape painters whose aesthetic vision was influenced by romanticism. The paintings for which the movement is named depict the Hudson River Valley and the surrounding area, including the Catskill, Adirondack, and the White Mountains; eventually works by the second generation of artists associated with the school expanded to include other locales in New England, the Maritimes, the American West, and South America.

http://hudson-chathamwine.blogspot.com/2010/03/hudson-chatham-winery-announces-new.html
 
Hudson River School paintings reflect three themes of America in the 19th century: discovery, exploration, and settlement. The paintings also depict the American landscape as a pastoral setting, where human beings and nature coexist peacefully. Hudson River School landscapes are characterized by their realistic, detailed, and sometimes idealized portrayal of nature, often juxtaposing peaceful agriculture and the remaining wilderness, which was fast disappearing from the Hudson Valley just as it was coming to be appreciated for its qualities of ruggedness and sublimity. Their reverence for America’s natural beauty was shared with contemporary American writers such as Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Hudson River Valley Red is an homage to the men and women who celebrated this great valley and who celebrated the beauty of the landscape and the glory of nature.

http://hudson-chathamwine.blogspot.com/2009/04/john-bunyan-bristol-1826-1909-hillsdale.html
 
Hudson River Valley Red is a blend of numerous grapes from the Hudson Valley, including: DeChaunac, Leon Millot, Baco Noir, and Chambourcin. It is a light red, perfect at room temperature or serve it chilled. It is a dry red wine, with 0% residual sugar. The wine features a fruit forward promise that delivers – plum, strawberry, and bright raspberry come across the nose first and then the palate.  It is a nice, affordable blend, light in color and with a nice juicy ending, and little tannin. It’s a perfect pizza, burger, picnic red.


http://hudson-chathamwine.blogspot.com/2011/07/hudson-chatham-hudson-river-valley-red.html

http://www.hudsonchathamwinery.com/hudson-river-valley-red/
 
This wine is among our most popular, and the labels have been a joy to create.
 
Video:
http://www.foodnetwork.com/chefs/nancy-fuller/nancy-fuller-video-gallery.html

Recipes:
http://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/farmhouse-rules/100-series/old-fashioned-dinner-party.html

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