Hudson Valley Winery Wedding VenuesThe Hudson Valley Winery Wedding Venue
State of New York
Winery wedding in one of the picturesque vineyards of the state of New York! Embedded on canals and large seas, accompanied by historical towns, around 225 vineyards enrich the countryside of the six areas described below. Out of the six, most vineyards are located in the Finger Lake, Hudson River Valley and the Long Islandviticultural Areas.
Other wineries are located in the emerging Central New York/Lake Ontario, Lake Erie/Chautaqua and the Niagara Escarpment. One click and you are on your way to the ideal, singular, romantic and festive winery wedding location. The state of New York's winemaking began in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with Dutch and Huguenot plantations in the Hudson Valley/Catskills region, making it one of America's most historical wine-growing regions.
Today, almost three dozens of vineyards are situated around the cliffy slopes of the riverbank and west of the Catskills. The Hudson Valley, declared a National Heritage Site, is open all year round, from the gentle flowers of early Spring to the vibrant colours of Autumn. Well-known for its wealth and high standard of living, most of Long Island's 43 vineyards are situated in the tranquil North Fork in East Suffolk County, where the grape has surpassed the traditional farmland of a potatos.
There are also wine cellars in the South Fork, famous for its seaside resorts, such as the world-famous Hamptons, and Montauk Point, home of Montauk Point Lighthouse on the east tip of the isle. Others - Central NY/Lake Ontario, Chautauqua/Lake Erie, Central New York/Lake Ontario estates and vines are quickly growing in this relatively new wine-growing area, most of them around the villages of Syracuse and Utica.
Chautauqua/ Lake Eriearea, long known for its extensive vines that produce fruits for juices and gels, has developed into a small number of estates dedicated to winemaking. Niagara Escarpment, the newest official area in the state, is just an H1.5 from Rochester, half an hr from Buffalo and just a few mins from Niagara Falls.