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Learn about the Hudson Valley Wine Country - the oldest wine region in America. It is home to over 25 wineries and 3 wine trails.

Learn about the Hudson Valley Wine Country - the oldest wine region in America. It is home to over 25 wineries and 3 wine trails.

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  • Home to the oldest winery in America – BrotherhoodOldest Vineyards – Slate Hill Vineyard @ BenmarlTalk about Caywood and the history of the wine in the area.
  • Orange and Southern Ulster Counties. Talk about the wine trail. A little about touring and picnic lunch. Events

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  • Hudson Valley Wine Country
    Home to over 25 wineries
    Debbie Gioquindo
    Hudson Valley Wine Goddess
    Executive Director Hudson Valley Wine Country
  • Hudson Valley Wine Country
  • History of the Oldest Wine Region in America
    • The Hudson River Wine Region is referred to as the most complex geological regions of the world. Located parallel to northern Spain, southern France and central Italy, warm ocean breezes extend the growing season to between 180 – 196 days.
    • The French Hugenots planted the first vines in New Paltz (now part of Ulster County) in 1677, 100 years before any vines were planted in what is now California.
    • 1827, Quaker RobertUnderhill, who had established a self-sustaining community at Croton Point, planted grapevines brought from Europe. Although Underhill’s attempt to cultivate these vines failed, that didn’t stop him. Over the next two decades
    he cross-bred native and European vines and the results paid off - grapes with wonderful flavor growing on vines hardy enough to survive in this climate.
    • William Cornell established a vineyard in Ulster County in 1845. His endeavors greatly interested his brother-in-law, Andrew Caywood, who settled in Marlborough and worked on creating second generation hybrid vines. This is now part of Benmarl Winery @ Slate Hill Vineyards
  • History Continued…..
    • The first commercial winery in the Hudson Valley, Jacques Brothers Winery, was established in 1837 for the production of altar wines. Renamed Brotherhood in 1885, the Washingtonville winery is the nation’s oldest continuously operated winery.
    • In 1850, the region’s second winery was established at Croton Point. The company produced altar wines and also marketed its product in New York City as a medicinal tonic.
    • The Hudson Valley Wine Company was opened in Highland (Ulster County) in 1904 by Alphonso Bolognese. The company made altar wines for local monasteries and was the Regent Champagne Cellars.
    • High Tor Vineyards, which operated on a scenic mountain site in Rockland County back in 1949, was one of he east’s most prominent wineries.
    • In the 1970’s New York Governor Hugh Carey appointed John Dyson as state Commissioner of Agriculture. Dyson formed a task force that drew up the Farm Winery Bill. With testimony from Benmarl Vineyards owner Mark Miller
    and support from many other vintners and organizations, the bill was passed in 1976, paving the way for rapid growth of the Hudson Valley wine industry.
  • Dutchess Wine TrailEast Side of the Hudson River
    Clinton Vineyards –Clinton Corners
    Millbrook Winery –Millbrook
  • Shawangunk Wine TrailWest Side of the Hudson River
    Adair Vineyards – New Paltz Applewood Winery – Warwick
    Baldwin Vineyards – Pine Bush Benmarl Winery – Marlboro
    Brimstone Hill Vineyards – Pine Bush Brotherhood Winery – Washingtonville
    Glorie Farm Winery – Marlboro Palaia Vineyards – Highland Mills
    Stoutridge Vineyards – Marlboro Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery – Warwick
    Whitecliff Vineyard & Winery - Gardiner
  • Hudson Berkshire Beverage Trail
    Northern Hudson Valley
    Hudson-Chatham Winery Chatham Brewery
    Brookview Station Winery Tousey Winery
    Harvest Spirits
    In MA: Furnace Brook Winery , Le TroisEmme Vineyard & Winery
  • Events
    • Wine Trail Events
    • Winery Events
  • Shawangunk Wine Trail Events
    Pasta Primo Vino
    April
    10a – 6p
    Around the World
    June
    10a – 6p
    Bounty of the Hudson
    Wine Festival
    July
    12p – 5p
    Wreath Fineries
    Nov/Dec
    10a – 6p
  • SWT Wreath Fineries
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-s0p1dmEhY
  • Hudson Berkshire Beverage Trail
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2413AM8sPSw
  • Winery Events
    Brotherhood Winery Halloween Party
    Millbrook Winery Harvest Party
    Applewood Winery Cider Experience
    Applewood Winery Riesling Experience
    Palaia Vineyards Mardi Gras
    Robibero Vineyards – Wine Stock
  • Hudson Valley Wine Competition
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afbLRPayQ3o
  • Hudson Valley Wine & Culinary Food Pairing DinnerJune 12, 2009Terrapin Catering @ Dinsmore Golf Course,Staatsburg, NY
  • Planning a tour of Wine Country
  • Suggested Routes
    East Side of the Hudson:
    • South to North: Beginning @ Millbrook Winery travel to Clinton Vineyards, Tousey Winery, Hudson-Chatham Winery, and Brookview Station.
    West Side of the Hudson
    • Northern Route: Begin at Robibero Vineyards and travel to Whitecliff Vineyards & Winery, Adair Vineyards, Glorie Farm Winery, Stoutridge Vineyard and end the day at Benmarl Winery.
    • Southern Route: Begin at Palaia Vineyards and travel to Brotherhood Winery, Applewood Winery and end the day at Warwick Valley Winery.
    • Mid Route: Begin at Brotherhood Winery and
    • travel to Baldwin Vineyards, Brimestone Hill Vineyards, Whitecliff Vineyards & Winery and end the day at Robibero Vineyards
    • Or – travel to Benmarl Winery, Stoutridge Vineyards, and Glorie Farm Winery. If you have time end the day at Adair Vineyards.
    East/West Combo
    • Begin at Clinton Vineyards and visit Millbrook Vineyards & Winery, then travel across the river to Marlboro and visit Stoutridge Vineyards, Benmarl Winery and if time permits visit Glorie Farm Winery.
  • Hudson Valley Wine Country
    Location – It’s closer than you think!
    • 10 miles South of Albany, NY (Brookview Station Winery)
    • 55 miles North of New York City (Palaia Vineyards)
    • 50 miles West of Danbury, CT (Millbrook Vineyards or Benmarl Winery)
    More information
    www.hudsonvalleywinecountry.com
    www.facebook.com/hudsonvalleywine
    www.twitter.com/hvwinecountry