Hudson River Valley

New York Chef Waldy Malouf takes Susan Hunt on a tour through the Hudson River Valley.  Susan also visits the country’s oldest winery and Old Chatham Sheepherding Company.  Chef Dan Martello prepares roasted pears with melted camembert and port wine reduction.
Episode 106
  • Chef Waldy Malouf,
    Beacon Restaurant
  • Stoutridge Vineyard
  • Brotherhood Winery
  • Millbrook
    Vineyards & Winery
  • Old Chatham
    Sheepherding Company
  • Main Course Catering

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Chef Waldy Malouf speaks about Hudson River Valley cuisine. www.beaconnyc.com


Stoutridge Vineyard is a premium estate winery located in Marlboro, New York, 70 miles north of Manhattan.www.stoutridge.com

Brotherhood was established by a European emigre, John Jaques, who produced the first commercial vintage in 1839. The winery has been in continuous operation since that time - making the winery the oldest in the United States!www.brotherhoodwinery.net

Millbrook Winery is located in a renovated Dutch-hip dairy barn that has a magnificent view of the vineyards, Catskill Mountains, and rolling hills of Dutchess County. www.millbrookwine.com

Produced in New York’s bountiful Hudson Valley, Old Chatham Sheepherding Company’s award-winning sheep’s milk cheese and yogurt are celebrated for their uniqueness and distinctive flavors.www.blacksheepcheese.com

Best Caterer in the Hudson Valley 1996-2004 Hudson Valley Magazine www.maincoursecatering.com
ROASTED PEARS WITH MELTED OLD CHATHAM CAMEMBERT
To check for the correct consistency when reducing wine – let cool – and coat the back of spoon.  It is ready when the liquid holds its shape after running your finger down the back of the spoon.