Sip on the 17th Annual Bounty of the Hudson at Applewood Winery this Weekend
July 2012, from the archives
The 17th Annual Bounty of the Hudson will be hosted by Applewood Winery on July 28th & 29th from Noon to 5 pm.
At Bounty of the Hudson you can sample wines from 16 Hudson Valley wineries : Adair Vineyards, Applewood Winery, Baldwin Vineyards, Benmarl Vineyards, Brimstone Hill Vineyards, Brotherhood, America's Oldest Winery, Hudson Chatham Winery, Glorie Farm Winery, Millbrook Vineyards, Palaia Vineyards, Pazdar Winery, Robibero Family Vineyards, Stoutridge Vineyards, Tousey Winery, Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery & Whitecliff Vineyards
...with a lot of cool Hudson Valley people
You'll be able to have a bite of something delicious like - pulled pork from Chumleys BBQ in Florida, NY. They'll also be serving up a new menu item - chicken jumbalaya with all of their store made sauces in tow. Chef Dan Lemire is thrilled to be pairing up with Applewood for this event. When asked what his favorite Applewood Wine was he said, "International Red - it's a wine that should be served chilled. With a hint of cherry on the finish which is just so good and refreshing - for the summertime it's perfect!"
bounty of the Hudson
Jamaican Choice Caribbean Cuisine, Raggae Boy & Girl Restaurant & Cider House Cafe will also be serving up a taste of something from each of their eateries. Also look for gourmet olive oil, artisan cheeses, granola and gluten free snacks.
Other Bounties to Sample & Purchase : Rogowski Farm, Zora Dora's, Nobel Pies, Bread Alone, Acorn Hill Farm, Grandpa Pete, Mr. Cannoli, Black Lab Naturals, Luna Grown, Bixby Chocolates, Casa Del Caviocavallo, T.C. Sauces, Honey Brook Farms, Big Guys Hot Sauces, The Gourmet Exchange Music By: Jeremy Langdale on Saturday and Groovy Tuesday onSunday
The 17th Annual Bounty is being sponsored by: Hudson Valley Wine Magazine * Edible Hudson Valley * New York Life * Green Mountain Energy Company
Advance Sale Tickets Online : $18.00 all fees included
$20 + tax at the door
Event organizers are already anticipating more people than ever before!
from the Bounty 2010 event - photo provided