Hudson River Valley Wine Tours shows.Sept.1-30

DISCOVER Hudson River Valley Wine Tours,Sept.1-15, Sept.16-30 travel shows by LTR

Over 40 wineries and only 2-4 hours from NYC, the Hudson River Valley, perhaps the nation’s oldest wine producing region has a lot to offer.

Think any number of varietal, local foods, historical sites, charming lodges and inns, resorts, and fine hotels for a long weekend or a full week’s stay. Fall Foliage in late September thru-November is a classic time to discover any one off its 10 counties by train, bus or car.
Mohonk Mountain House is an “all inclusive” 150 year plus resort in New Paltz, for hiking, skiing, water sports,food and wine and more. It’s a Victorian castle with 259 rooms only 90 miles from NYC.
Also, the Thayer Hotel in West Point, right on-the Hudson, is a find. It’s a registered historical landmark. It’s been part of the U.S. Military Academy since 1928 but has turned private only recently. The rates are
a steal for an overnight or weekend. A new menu starts after Labor Day.

Visit nearby Brotherhood Winery, America’s oldest in Washingtonville and Warwick’s colonial homes.
There’s also the Storm King Mountain Arts Center for outdoor sculptures, Olana on-the Hudson, and Woodbury Commons for shopping to no end.

This Fall go apple picking, and find your best pumpkins, along with a sample of valley foods and wines from any number of Wine Tours and Food Fests, Oct-Dec.
There’s also a Garlic Festival, a Tulip Festival, the NY Renaissance Fair in Tuxedo, and a lot more.

So Uncork New York!. Go or try: and “I Love NY”.com. Last year over 20 million visitors found the Hudson River Valley and its noted wine trails the place to be.

Photos of Hudson Valley
Photos of Hudson Valley
A student chef at the Culinary Institute of America
Photos of Hudson Valley
A view of the lake at Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, NY
Photos of Hudson Valley
Brotherhood Winery, America’s oldest winery


Michael Zufolo
Editor/ LET’s Travel! Radio

Visit the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde park for food and wine also.Nearby is Boscobel, a rstored 18th century river house. Tours here and their annual Shakespeare Festival is famous.

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