Saturday, April 05, 2008


Sat. Apr 5, 2008 at 11:00am
The Hudson-Chatham Winery is reopening for the season on Saturday, April 5, 2008 with a culinary Salute to Spring. In addition to the regular tasting offerings, there will be a selection of complementary savory and sweet spring foods that pair beautifully with wine. 11am-5pm

It's been a rough couple of months, but the Hudson-Chatham Winery's opening it's doors again today, April 5, 2008. We'll be open all season Saturday 11-5pm and Sunday Noon-5pm.

It's been rough because in the off season (3 lousy winter months) we've been busy! We've improved the parking lot, added new stairs, and added new offerings of foods and wines.

We'll be announcing a new line of wines this spring, adding to our assortment by late fall again, and we'll be adding new syrups, cheeses, and other goodies. We've been attending trade shows, association meetings, and Cornell Extension classes. Whew!

Today we'll be offering Old Chatham Sheepherding Camembert, Coach Farm Fresh Goat Cheese Buttons, Coach Farm Triple Cream, and Sprout Creek Ouray.

And we have the first of our syrups in from this season's tappings. We have a Grade A Amber from only two mile behind our house. And we'll have Grade B Dark by next week.

It's been a busy time in the off season, and we're looking forward to seeing you again - or meeting you for the first time.

The room is filled with pink blossoms, yellow daffodils, and a glowing fireplace. Come on in!


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