Read on for a look at twelve of the region’s most pioneering craftspeople and industry professionals to get their take on the future of the industry.
We sat down with J. Stephen Casscles to discuss the newly-released second edition of his book, Grapes of the Hudson Valley, and why grape growers should consider New England's native
With their casual Adirondack elegance, Mirror Lake Inn and The View are reminiscent of Europe’s finest luxury resorts, where year-round activities, spa services, and classic-yet-creative cuisine administer to body, soul,
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 pandemic proved something wine lovers have long suspected: there is no bad time to drink sparkling wine. Right here in the Hudson Valley there is incredible diversity from elegant
With the passage of the New York Marijuana Regulation and Tax Act, more acres of agricultural land are being licensed to grow cannabis, and soon there will be tasting rooms
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.
The state’s craft spirits industry has been booming over the past few years. What’s the takeaway from this rapid growth? For starters: Laws have consequences.
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.
The pandemic has changed how many wine and cider producers do business. Read on for how to be prepared for your next visit.
While tastings were halted when businesses were closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, production was not. In fact, many Hudson Valley makers crafted brand new products and are releasing new vintages