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Santa Claus is coming to…….the Winery! Dec 1, 2014

We’re thrilled to hear that Santa Claus will be paying an early visit to the Hudson Valley this year by dropping in on the winery on Sunday 14th December.  In correspondence with Santa HQ, Mr Claus confirmed his arrival between 3pm-6pm. Not only will the kids be delighted to see Santa but parents can embrace the festive spirit with mulled wine and nibbles. So round up the kids and come Read more…

Riesling & Rosé Release Party – April 20th 2013 Apr 1, 2013

We’re delighted to announce the release of our 2012 Rieslings and Rosé on Saturday April 20th.  And to celebrate the occasion you’re invited to the release party! Last years vintage proved very popular – the 2011 Rosé sold out in eight weeks! – so make sure you snap up these delicious wines before its too late! The release party starts at 12pm.  See you then!!

The Boxer Nov 30, 2012

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George Foreman once said, ‘Boxing is like Jazz.  The better it is, the less people appreciate it.’  This got me thinking; I would go as far as to argue the same could be said of wine.  In fact, the more I mull this over, the more parallels between the sport of boxing and the art of winemaking emerge. Hogwash I hear you cry! One is a barbaric pursuit, out of Read more…

2011 – The David Copperfield Vintage Aug 16, 2012

We’ve talked a lot about the 2011 vintage on this blog.  Particularly how difficult it was in the vineyard to deliver a crop of worth in the face of wet weather adversity.  However, the challenges of the vintage didn’t end in the field.  The baton of hard work was simply passed from vineyard to winery. Taking the grapes themselves, flavor development had been hampered due to the off-color season.  The Read more…

A Hurricane, a Roller-Coaster and a Cuvée’s Centrist Position Jun 11, 2012

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It was a Saturday evening in August 2011.  New York City had been evacuated, leaving eerie TV images of soaked, barren streets.  Traffic lights performed their usual routine, swinging wildly in the winds, but without the lines of vehicles over eager to get moving. The warnings had been coming for awhile.  Hurricane Irene had made landfall on the Outer Banks of North Carolina on August 27 and quickly swept her Read more…