If sampling wines from another New York region is on your bucket list this fall, pick up a copy of The Wines of Long Island and head to the East End.
Orange County is home to an abundance of producers who are raising the standards by creatively diversifying their product lines. Here are four to seek out.
At Current Cassis, Rachel Petach is whipping up a seriously sippable blackcurrant liqueur in Greene County.
If you’re in the mood for a top-notch musical act after a day spent sipping wine or cider, Ulster County will make your recreational dreams come true.
Surrounded by mountains with the Appalachian Trail coursing through it, this quaint valley is a unique Hudson Valley destination and the perfect locale to leave the city behind.
Thirty years after opening the iconic Knitting Factory in NYC, Michael Dorf is operating a net-zero winery in the Hudson Valley out of a literal knitting factory, powered by water from the WallKill River.
Getting out and experiencing cider firsthand is the best way to learn about the country’s oldest beverage, but with Dan Pucci and Craig Cavallo as your well-versed and deeply passionate guides, cider culture from coast to coast is at your fingertips.
Preparing lobster can often feel like too much effort — those intimidating claws and fiddly shell making you wonder whether it is worth it. Here are five easy lobster dishes paired with local wines to make the effort even more enjoyable.
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!
Cabernet Franc is the most popular red wine varietal in the Hudson Valley, and for good reason. Here are five of the region’s best Cabernet Francs to try right now.
From small-batch ciders to widely distributed flavors, the Hudson Valley is home to some of the most flavorful hard ciders made from locally grown heirloom apple varieties.
Each President since Washington has recognized wine’s intrinsic value when it comes to diplomacy and putting guests at ease. Join author Frederick J. Ryan on a lively, historical romp through the Presidential cellars and the traditions that have made wine an influential part of White House culture.