The Hudson Valley's Sparkling Renaissance
Elegant Méthode Champenoise and bold Pét-Nats are transforming the region's sparkling wine scene
Milea Takes the Local Wine Scene to the Next Level
A plan to change how Hudson Valley wine is perceived around the world is currently underway
Exploring Cannabis in the Hudson Valley
Why are we reading about weed in a wine magazine? Funny you should ask.
If you’re thirsty for local libations with a side of night life, Orange County's craft beverage scene is the place to be for after-hours entertainment. Read on.
Imbibers have another reason to raise a glass—Independent Helicopters' new scenic “High Spirits Tours” land right on the grounds of some local distilleries.
The Cabernet Franc wines from the 2020 vintage are proving to be some of the finest the Hudson Valley region has ever produced. Here's why.
The Hudson Heritage Project will reintroduce wines made with grapes that almost no one else in the world is currently using.
With more than 30 wineries and ample restaurants, the Hudson Valley is an ideal place for a wine and food excursion. Check out the following food and lodging options to plan your next visit to the Hudson Valley!
Woman and alcohol haven’t always had the best relationship throughout history, so we’ve made the case for a few local women deserving of their own brand.
Fall IssueIt's fall in Hudson Valley Wine Country! Read how sparkling wine in the region is making a resurgence and why 2020 was a winning vintage for Cabernet Franc. Get ready for the holidays with our curated annual gift guide, plus events and festivals, and more.
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With the passage of the New York Marijuana Regulation and Tax Act, more acres of agricultural land are in the Hudson Valley are being licensed to grow cannabis, dispensaries will be popping up, and there will be tasting rooms for weed, just as there are for wine.
Milea Estate Vineyard is kicking off an ambitious plan to change how wine is made in the Hudson Valley, and to change how that wine is perceived around the world.
When it comes to cheese, think local and artisanal, and look for cheeses made by people whose business decisions reflect their commitment to the community—and the land.
What does sustainability mean for winemakers? In its simplest form, it’s a pledge by producers to be stewards of the land and community…with a little wiggle room built in.
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