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  • Open year-round seven days a week, this winery serves up locally sourced farm-to-table-style cuisine. Take your pick from a menu of delicious items like a fruit and cheese plate, gourmet artisan pizzas, truffle fries, robust salads, and so much more — all made to perfectly pair with the wine or cider of your choice.   Read more...
  • Everyone recognizes the spirits produced on the richly historic property of Tuthilltown Spirits in Gardiner; bottles of Hudson Baby Bourbon and Hudson Manhattan Rye now adorn the top shelves of bars around the world.   Your Comprehensive Guide to the Distilleries of the Hudson Valley
  • 3. Hudson House

  • 4. Taconic Distillery

    At the newly renovated tasting room of this Columbia County distillery, you can try flights of New York State beer, wine, ciders, or spirits all under one roof. With 12 beers and ciders and 12 wines to choose from, your whiskey-hating friend no longer has an excuse to skip the field trip.   Hudson Valley Read more...

    6. Dutch’s Spirits

    The historic former home of legendary mobster and bootlegger Dutch Schultz pours bourbon, gin, and rye in the Hudson Valley once more. Dutch's Spirits Bootlegging Distillery Brings Booze Back to Pine Plains Photo by Sabrina Sucato  
    The women-led distillery at Olde York Farm offers its signature Black Walnut Bourbon, along with more seasonal specials like Ramp Vodka and Lilac Liqueur. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • The team at Denning’s poured over recipes spanning the history of gin making before arriving at their award-winning Great 9 Gin. (It has converted a long list of self-proclaimed gin haters.) The formula includes nine aromatics, resulting a light-bodied, citrusy spirit that is a perfect in a gin and tonic or with a splash of Read more...
  • 9. Coppersea Distillery

    Coppersea has distinguished itself in the national spirit market by recovering tradition, establishing terroir, and prioritizing taste. Heirloom varietals of barley, corn, and rye are sourced from their 75-acre farm; production methods reflect centuries of spirit-making traditions; and the results are rich, balanced spirits with warm, vanilla and caramel characteristics.