4 Wineries to Visit in the Tri-State
March 2017
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4 Wineries to Visit in the Tri-State
These are some of the best wineries in the Tri-State area

With a city that never sleeps right next door, sometimes residents in the New York area just want to get away from all that hustle and bustle to simply relax. Some of the most relaxing places happen to be wineries. Fortunately, there are several fantastic vineyards scattered throughout the Tri-State area where guests can sample wine while savoring some well-deserved rest and relaxation.

Applewood Winery (New York)

The land where Applewood Winery stands has a lot of story behind it. It was the original hunting grounds for the Minisink tribe. Early European settlers used it as a prime spot for fur trading. The ownership of the land was once even debated between heated rivals Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. Today, the history of this region continues through Applewood Winery and its delicious wines. If you’re not a huge wine fan, check out Applewood’s collection of ciders instead. For a list of Applewood’s wines and ciders, visit https://applewoodwinery.com.

Saltwater Farm Vineyard (Connecticut)

The surrounding area of Saltwater Farm Vineyard is unusual for a number of reasons. Frist of all, operating a vineyard right next to the marshes of New England is rarely ever heard of. What’s even less common is using an abandoned airfield as a base of operations. However, Saltwater Farm Vineyard has thrived despite, or perhaps because of, its unusual environment. With selections like its “Gold Arc” Chardonnay and Cabernet Rosé, Saltwater Farm Vineyard is an ideal destination for any lover of great wines. To learn more about this eclectic New England winery, navigate your way to http://saltwaterfarmvineyard.com.

Valenzano Family Winery (New Jersey)

What started out as a hobby has quickly evolved into a full-blown operation at Valenzano Family Winery, which is a family-based establishment which began operation in 1996. After realizing that their passion for wine production could yield fruitful results, Tony Valenzano and his two sons decided to take their tiny winery to the next level. Although success has found its way to Valenzano Family Winery, the family has never lost sight of its roots. That’s why many of the wines take inspiration from stories and legends of the region, such as the decadent Jersey Devil Honey Wine. Get a look at all the wines at the Valenzano Family Winery by visiting https://valenzanowine.com.

Cassel Vineyards of Hershey (Pennsylvania)

What better combination is there than wine and chocolate? That’s why Cassel Vineyards of Hershey is such a prime location for a winery operation. Located right in the heart of Hershey, Pennsylvania, the chocolate capital of the country, Cassel Vineyards offers several drinks that go perfectly with dessert, such as it famous Chocolate Port. In additions to some great tastes, guests will also be treated to some amazing sights, such as roaming peacocks and mares. Learn more about this strategically-placed operation at http://casselvineyards.com.

No matter where you head to in the Tri-State area, you can find a winery or vineyard with robust tastes and relaxing surroundings.

This article is presented by Kundert Volvo in Hasbrouck Heights and Englewood, NJ.


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