Hudson River Valley

Food and wine traditions in the Hudson Valley are older than the United States itself. With a wine-making tradition extending back to the 17th Century, the Valley hosts America’s oldest vineyard and the oldest continuously operating winery. Today, a new generation of specialty growers has revitalized farming and winemaking in the Valley, from blackcurrant wine, apple vodka, and apple cider.
Episode 205
HARVEST SPIRITS
BENMARL WINERY
BLACK CURRENT
Glorie Farm Winery
SUSAN GUYS AT STILLS

WARWICK PULLED PORK

WARWICK DOC'S DRAFT
WARWICK FARMS
WARWICK VALLEY WINERY SIGN
WARWICK WINERY

Core Vodka is produced on a New York State family apple farm. Every drop in every bottle is meticulously and passionately hand-crafted using nothing but apples grown steps from our distillery and filtered water. www.harvestspirits.com
America's oldest vineyard http://www.benmarl.com/

Residing in a 1913 barn near the top of Mt. Zion Mountain in Marlboro, New York, Glorie Farm Winery is one of the newest wineries driving fresh energy into the Hudson Valley. http://www.gloriewine.com