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.
The pandemic has changed how many wine and cider producers do business. Read on for how to
be prepared for your next visit.
Spring, summer and fall are prime time for visiting tasting rooms in the Hudson Valley, but winter is arguably the best time to go.
With its new tasting room up and running, Milea Estate Vineyard is bringing new life to the region as a must-go destination in Dutchess County.
During the nineteenth century, the Mid-Hudson River Valley was one of the top three centers of American horticulture and fruit breeding, especially for grapes. At its height in 1890, the region was home to more than 13,000 acres of vineyards.