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A Quick Overview of the Hudson Valley Wineries & Vineyards

  • Adair Vineyards - Recently designated a historic landmark. Most wines are made from locally grown grapes. Tastings 11 a.m-6 p.m. daily - April 1-Dec. 31.
  • Alison Vineyards - Handcrafted wines to reflecting the climate and conditions unique to this vineyard including a Chardonnay and an award winning Pinot Noir..Tours and tastings
  • Applewood Winery - Oak aged reds, barrel fermented Seyval/Chardonnay's, Hard Apple Cider and Autumn Mist, a dessert wine that the New York Times said "captures the essence of apple." All limited editions that sell as soon as they are made. Open April thru June weekends 12-5 pm, July thru October Fri., Sat. & Sun. 12-5 and Nov. thru Dec. weekends 12-5.
  • Baldwin Vineyards - Founded in 1982 on a vineyard site dating back to 1786. Wines are made mostly from home grown grapes making on average 10 varieties of wine, specializing in Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Claret and Landot Noir. Open daily during the summer, long weekends during spring and fall and weekends in the winter.
  • Benmarl Vineyards - One of the country's oldest wineries located on the country's oldest vineyard where the Dutchess grape was developed here in 1867. Specializing in limited edition reds and whites aged in french oak barrels. April-December, open daily, 12-5 p.m.; January-March, open daily 12-4 p.m. Closed Tuesdays in winter. Price: $5 per adult, includes parking, winery tour, wine tasting, art gallery, and use of picnic area. Music and events most weekends in the warm weather.
  • Brimstone Hill Vineyard - Opened in 1979. Wines made from hybrids and European varietals and range from a sparkling Seyval and Vidal to country wine blends. Thursdays through Mondays during the summer and weekends all year.
  • Brotherhood Winery - America's oldest continuously operating winery. Network of old subterranean caves, where wines are aged in oak vessels. Cafe, art and antiques galleries. An array of wines, from basic table wines like Chablis, Blush Chablis and Burgundy, to fortified wines, dessert wines and premium varietal wines, like chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir. Open daily all year.
  • Cascade Mountain Winery - Opened in 1972, specializing in reds. Their Private Reserve Red is made from Cabernet Sauvignon with Leon Millot and the Dry Red Wine is a combination of Leon Millot and Baco Noir. Whites include Seyval Blanc & Private Reserve White, a blend of Chardonnay and Seyval Blanc selected as the official reception wine for the United States Mission to the United Nations. Self-guided tours.
  • Clinton Vineyards - Specializing in Seyval Blanc, but also creating a delicious sparkling wine, Seyval Naturel, and occasionally a German-style Riesling. Open holidays and weekends.
  • Demarest Hill - Offering 18 exceptionally creative wines including Victoria Merlot, White Gold in the very best of Italian winemaking traditions. Friendly family run winery with light and airy tasting room. Open November - May from 11:00 - 5:00 and June - October 11:00 - 6:00. Closed Christmas, Easter & Thanksgiving. Tours are $3, but there is no charge if any wine purchase is made.
  • El Paso Winery - Country style Italian ans Spanish wines from a variety of grapes. Open daily April through December.
  • Magnini Farm Winery - Open daily from April to December. Reservations needed for the restaurant, an Italina Cantina complete with dancing and music. Producing six country wines and four hybrid blends.
  • Millbrook Vineyards - Magnificent 70 acre vineyard with stunning views. The winery is housed in a large open and airy barn. About 25 varieties of grapes grown producing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Hunt Country Red. Open daily.
  • North Salem Vineyard - Producing five limited edition wines:: a reserve white, a reserve red, a rose, a sweet red and a Seyval-based sparking wine. Open Saturday and Sunday, 1-5 p.m. year around.
  • Rivendell Winery - One of the most visited wineries in the Hudson Valley, their wines have attracted the attention of wine critics and aficionados alike. Glass enclosed tasting room with panoramic views where wine tasting events are happening mose summer and fall weekends. Rivendell carries over 50 wines from 20 other fine New York State wines, all of which are available for tasting. Open 7 days a week, year round.
  • Royal Kedem - Visitors enjoy the wines in a tasting room and shop inside a 130-year-old train station overlooking the Hudson River. Produceing more than 25 kosher wines, made from local hybrid and native American grapes in varieties ranging from dry to sweet.
  • Silver Stream Winery - Five varieties: Cabenet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Traminette and an Alsatian variety known by the tongue-twisting name of Gewurtztraminer. Producing limited quantity editions of estate grown wines. We also make a vinegar that will knock you socks off and then hang 'em up on the bedpost.
  • Warwick Valley Winery - Known for its Chardonnay and Cayuga Blanc as well as making award-winning apple and raspberry ciders. Apple orchard open for apple picking in the fall. Bakery and ice cream parlor are also on the premises. Open weekends, except holidays.
  • Whitecliff Vineyards - The vineyards are located on 70 acres with incredible views of the Shawangunks. Bringing the best European wine grape varieties back to the Hudson Valley, such as Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Riesling, and quality hybrids like Seyval Blanc and Vignoles, including small plantings of Pinot Noir and Merlot. Sample wines in our tasting room and enjoy the spectacular view of the Shawangunk cliffs from the deck. Tasting Room Hours: from Memorial Day Weekend thru the end of October - Thursday, Friday, & Sunday, 12 - 5 p.m.; Saturday, 11:30 - 6 p.m. Open holidays. Open weekends in November & December.
  • Windham Vineyards and Winery - Growing grapes and making wine at a higher elevation. We are currently open Fri - Sun 12 - 5pm, Mon - Thurs 12 - 5pm by appointment.

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