Tickets are now available online at www.gunkswine.com for both days of this weekend-long event, which will take place up and down the Wine Trail on April 12th and 13th, from 10am to 6pm both days.
Ticket holders can visit 5, 10 or all 14 of the wineries, each of which will offer tastings of 4 wines and a homemade dish featuring Barilla Pasta. You'll pick up a souvenir wine glass at your starting winery and then continue on a self-guided tour of the Trail at your own pace. Dishes will include a slow cooked Pork Sugo with Barilla Campanelle Pasta at Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery, Pasta Chi Chi at Benmarl Winery, and Penne Palaggi Pork Sunday Sauce served at Palaia Vineyards.
Come out and experience the quality of the Hudson Valley's fine wines, one delicious sip at a time. Tickets are $35 for both days, $20 for Sunday only, and $10 for Designated Drivers. Buy early and save! There will be a limited number of tickets available for sale at each winery for an increased price ($45, $30 & $10 plus tax). For tickets go to Eventbrite or for more information call 845-256-8456 or go to www.GunksWine. com.
Shawangunk Wine Trail wineries include:
Adair Vineyards, 52 Allhusen Road, New Paltz
Applewood Winery, 82 Four Corners Road, Warwick
Baldwin Vineyards, 176 Hardenburgh Road, Pine Bush
Benmarl Winery, 156 Highland Avenue, Marlboro
Brimstone Hill Vineyard, 61 Brimstone Hill Road, Pine Bush
Brotherhood, America’s Oldest Winery, 100 Brotherhood Plaza Dr., Washingtonville
Clearview Vineyard, 35 Clearview Lane, Warwick
Demarest Hill Winery & Distillery, 81 Pine Island Turnpike, Warwick
Glorie Farm Winery, 40 Mountain Road, Marlboro
Palaia Vineyards, 10 Sweet Clover Road, Highland Mills
Robibero Winery, 714 Albany Post Road, New Paltz
Stoutridge Vineyard, 10 Ann Kaley Lane, Marlboro
Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery, 114 Little York Road, Warwick
Whitecliff Vineyard & Winery, 331 McKinstry Road, Gardiner
About Shawangunk Wine Trail
Shawangunk Wine Trail, proudly located in the Hudson Valley, is composed of 14 distinct wineries, each following the tradition of fine winemaking established by the early French Huguenot Settlers who brought their winemaking expertise to the area over 300 years ago. The wineries along the Shawangunk Wine Trail range from large to small and feature a variety of award-winning red and white wines, from sparkling and fruit wines to tart and bone dry blends. Shawangunk Wine Trail is committed to hosting special events throughout the year that showcase the exciting wines the Hudson Valley has to offer. Learn more at www.GunksWine.com.