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Upcoming Events in Hudson River
01 Jan 01/01/2018
Date and Time: 01 Jan 01/01/2018 - 31 Aug 08/31/2018
Where: Shawangunk Wine Trail
Region: Hudson River
Shawangunk Wine TrailP.O. Box 526Marlboro, NY 12542
Date & Time01 Jan 01/01/2018 - 31 Aug 08/31/2018
Details2018 Hudson Valley Wine Tasting Passports Now On Sale!Hudson Valley, NY – Let the adventure begin! Take a self-guided wine tasting tour through the gorgeous Hudson Valley with the Shawangunk Wine Trail’s Hudson Valley Wine Tasting Passport. Receive one regular wine tasting at each of the 13 member wineries of the Shawangunk Wine Trail, at your own pace from January through August 31, 2018.Visit your favorite wineries and discover new ones along the way, enjoying both old vintages and new releases at each winery. Simply present your Passport to your server to receive a stamp and your wine tasting. The Hudson Valley Wine Tasting Passport is an excellent opportunity to taste the finest award winning wines produced in New York State for one low price! Only $35 per person.Passport makes a great gift! Purchase online anytime at GunksWine.com In addition to purchasing online anytime, Passports will also be available at the SWT member wineries beginning in February 2018 while supplies last.For more information about the Shawangunk Wine Trail and our member wineries visit us online at www.GunksWine.com and Facebook @GunksWine.
Region: Hudson River
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Seyval, Chardonnay, Red Blends and Fruit Wines.
Acres of Vineyard
180 - 195 days
Valley is conduit of maritime air & weather generated by Atlantic Ocean.
White European varieties & White French-American varieties.
Nature meets wine. One of the oldest and most historically important wine areas in America, the Hudson River region can be credited for pioneering many of the innovations that have helped the New York wine industry grow and prosper. Nestled among the rolling Shawangunk Mountains on the west side and in picturesque Columbia, Dutchess and Westchester counties on the east side of the Hudson River, its wineries produce superb wines using Native American, French-American and European grape varieties ideally suited to the region's unique climate and soil.