The 19th Annual Bounty of the Hudson
The lovely and historic home to America's Oldest Winery is the host of this year's Bounty of the Hudson. Brotherhood, America's Oldest Winery, is celebrating their 175th Anniversary kicking off with the 19th Annual Bounty of the Hudson! This two-day wine and food festival will celebrate the wines of the Hudson Valley, fresh local produce and epicurean treats from local restaurants. Live music will also be featured.
Visitors will enjoy side-by-side tastings of the region's finest wines. This is an excellent opportunity to sample the range and quality of the wines produced here in the valley.
Help us celebrate with up to 20 of the Hudson Valley's finest winemakers. This year we include a few of our local distilleries and breweries as well. Sample local Hudson Valley cheese, honey, baked goods, and of course the best of the valley's produce as live music wafts through the courtyard.
We have invited Victoria's Wood Fired Pizza and Vinum Cafe, just to name a couple of the food vendors that will be on hand (food purchases are in addition to the ticket price).
Tickets include a souvenir Shawangunk Wine Trail wine glass, sampling at each of the attending wineries, distilleries and breweries and an afternoon of live music.
The event is from Noon to 5 p.m. both days. Advance sale tickets are just $28.00 and includes all taxes and fees! Tickets will be available at the door for $38.00, tax included. Your ticket is good for one day of the event.
Our goal is for you to have a safe, enjoyable experience. We recommend using a designated driver for your group, if at all possible. Transportation services are listed on our website under the Tourism Partners tab. These services are asked not to serve alcohol in their vehicles during this event. We suggest you take the entire day for the tasting and to eat and drink water or coffee frequently. It is illegal for wineries to serve any visibly intoxicated person. It is also illegal to bring outside alcoholic beverages onto our properties. Any visitor who is intoxicated or disorderly or who has brought an outside alcoholic beverage onto our properties will not be served, should not expect a refund, and may be asked to leave. Please enjoy the event responsibly.
Please print your eTicket as your ticket will not be mailed to you.
We are sorry, but tickets can not be refunded or exchanged for any reason.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: You must bring your PDF ticket and a valid photo ID to check-in at Brotherhood, to receive your tasting glass, and begin your sampling.
WEATHER POLICY: This event is never canceled and will be held regardless of weather.
GROUP POLICY: Buses will be accepted at this event. Groups of 25 or more should call 845-256-8456 during regular business hours to make arrangements.
Making a weekend out of it? Book your stay at the beautiful and historic Caldwell House Bed & Breakfast in Salisbury Mills, New York.
Shawangunk Wine Trail
The Shawangunk Wine Trail is home to 15 wonderfully diverse, family-owned wineries nestled between the famous Shawangunk Mountains and the majestic Hudson River. Just 60 miles north of New York City, the eighty-mile-long Wine Trail winds through the scenic Hudson Valley from New Paltz and Marlboro in Ulster County to Warwick in Orange County. This is where winemaking began in America and continues today. Take a tour of the Shawangunk Wine Trail and find your favorite Hudson River Region wines!
Visit each winery along the Shawangunk Wine Trail: Adair Vineyards, Applewood Winery, Baldwin Vineyards, Benmarl Winery, Brimstone Hill Vineyard, Brotherhood America's Oldest Winery, Brunel & Rafael Winery, Clearview Vineyards, Demarest Hill Winery, Glorie Farm Winery, Palaia Vineyards, Robibero Winery, Stoutridge Vineyards,Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery, Whitecliff Vineyard & Winery
For more information please visit our website www.gunkswine.com or call 845-256-8456 during regular business hours.
Please note: Tickets may NOT be refunded or exchanged for any reason.