The historic Hudson Valley is known for its lush, green landscapes and beautiful sceneries. Many people go to hike and to eat, but did you know the region is known for its wineries? Probably not.
There are so many wineries to choose from in the area, so we have found six of the best for you to enjoy. Perfect for a little escape from the city hustle, these unique vineyards provide a relaxing atmosphere, delicious wine, and gorgeous views.
Located in New Paltz, New York, Adair Vineyards specializes in two white varieties (Seyval Blanc and Vignoles), and two red varieties (Moch and Millot.) Their ten acres allow them to produce 20,000 bottles and you can visit their cellar to see exactly how they produce their wines. This is a good place to bring your four-legged friends if you want a nice day outdoors. Make sure to check out the Shawangunk Wine Trail events for some unique fun. 52 Allhusen Rd, New Paltz, NY 12561
America’s oldest winery, Brotherhood Winery, was founded in 1839 in Washingtonville, New York. Their expansive collection includes the essentials of any wine collection like Chardonnays, Merlots, and Cabernet Sauvignons, as well as unique varieties like meads and sangrias, appealing to every taste. The winery is a great place to host beautiful events and you can take fun tours to learn about winemaking and pairings. 100 Brotherhood Plaza Dr, Washingtonville, NY 10992
The Benmarl Winery in Marlboro, New York not only hosts a vast vineyard, but is also a luxurious bed and breakfast. On your visit, you can tour the winery, taste the product and then end your day in one of their beautiful rooms. They even host special events like their sangria festivals and grape stomping festivals. They produce many varieties of red and white wine, so there’s something for everyone. 156 Highland Ave, Marlboro, NY 12542
With over 35 acres of vineyard, Millbrook Vineyard and Winery hosts many fantastic events and wine tastings throughout the year. Guests can enjoy a variety of tours and tastings to really get a sense of the incredible wines that Millbrook produces. Most recently, the winery received awards for its dry Riesling, but they produce many quality wines of different varieties.
26 Wing Road, Millbrook, NY 12545
Martha Stewart recently called Torne Valley Vineyards one of the “6 Best Wineries to Host A Wedding” because of its stunning landscapes and beautiful views. Not only is the scenery lovely, but the wines are delicious. They only produce a small variety of reds and whites but each is unique on its own. Host an event or just go for a tasting but make sure to tour the grounds while you’re there. 1 Torne Valley Rd, Hillburn, NY 10931
If you’re looking for a place to take the whole family, look no further than the Warwick Valley Winery. The legal aged- folk can indulge in a tasting of six wines for just $5, and can then take the kids for some fun apple picking, and everyone can relax and enjoy some live music. Not only does the Warwick Valley Winery produce a vast selection of wine, they’re also known for their ciders and their line of natural fruit liqueurs. 114 Little York Rd, Warwick, NY 10990
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