Hudson River Valley Wine Trail tour

Lots to see and do this Fall in the Hudson River Valley after Labor Day.
Over 40 major wineries in 10 counties from Westchester to Renssalear. Drive from 2-4 hours along the Hudson River
on either side. Thanks to our guest ride from BMW’s Mini Cooper group, we were able to fast drive safe and sound with miles to spare. Over 30 MPG,in fact, with the top down on this 5-speed all weather drive train.
Fast, smooth, and easy-to-handle.
A real pleasure to drive.

The HRV Wine Trails extens more than 150 miles up river. You’ll need a map to discover all the sites and sounds while traveling. For this Hudson Valley Tourism, Inc. can assist you. Try www.travelhudsonvalley.com for info
or call 800-232.4782. It falls under the state’s ” I LOVE NEW YORK”
umbrella.It’s a great way to go.But for wine there’s UNCORK New York!
It’s a trade group for the New York Wine & Grape Foundation. Try www.newyorkwines.org.

HRV Wine Trails are older than CA’s. Wines and spirits were produced in NYS 100 years before CA, around 1627 by French Huegenots who first settled here. Brotherhood Winery is the nation’s oldest, around 1837.

You’ll find the Dutchess Wine Trail on the east side of the Hudson, the Shawanagut Wine Trail on the west side of the Hudson, and the Berkshire Wine Trail on the northern tier of the Hudson.Apple trails also abound in the HRV after Labor Day as NYS is one of the nation’s larges producers.Discover the Hudson Valley Apple Trail, a 25 mile loop through Ulster County. Every county has its own.There’s also Octoberfest throughout the valley. There’s Orchards of Concklin in Pomona, Hurd’s Family Farm in Modena, Terhune Orchards in in Salt Point, Love Apple Farm in Ghent. Applewood Orchards in Warwick, and Indian Ladderr Farms in Altamont. Corn,too. Discover the Mystery Corn Maze at Hullo Farms in Durham and Kettle Farms in Hoosick. Tours are available.And pumpkin picking is everywhere you find it throughout the valley.
It all starts after Labor Day.

Michael Zufolo
Editor/ Let’s Travel! Radio

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Michael has been an active player in Media Relations and Marketing for the past 30 years with stints at The New York Times, Forbes, WOR Radio, TV Channel 11, Attenzione Magazine, et.al., and with participation in the Caribbean Tourism Org.,/ CTO, the Pacific Travel Assn./ PATA, the Foreign Press Assn./ FPA, and the International Society of Travel Writers/ ISTR. Libra/ America, his latest signature, provides travel opportunities to VIP travelers and groups world-wide. Let’s Travel! Radio is an extension of his experiences.

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