Just 60 miles north of New York City, the Shawangunk Wine Trail rolls out the red carpet for the holidays. Plan a route and get your bliss on this season!
For a gift that will truly impress, City Winery offers a delightful array of hand-picked options for the discerning gift-giver.
As the nights get longer and holiday party planning begins, let the long-standing legacy of infusing drinks with mulling spices be a part of the celebration.
Download the new Orange County Tourism "Taste the Craft" Beverage Trail app and get a Passport to start sippin' in OCNY!
There is a symbiotic relationship between business, community, and the land in Orange County. We talked to four craft beverage makers about the magic of living and owning a business here.
The Hudson Heritage Project will reintroduce wines made with grapes that almost no one else in the world is currently using.
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.