Vitis vinifera moved from east to west - follow its trial
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Some of the country’s oldest vineyards can be found in the Hudson Valley. The French Hugenots planted the first vines in New Paltz (now part of Ulster County) in 1677, 100 years before any vines were planted in what is now California. When the Huguenots planted vines in the Valley they discovered a unique combination of soil, climate and sun that together makes for ideal grape growing conditions
Have yourself an enjoyable experience at Cline Cellars...We did..Try Nancy's Cuvee. The estate will calm the spirit and the wine will entice the palate. One of the first Sonoma wineries on the road to wine country. This historic property was once the site of a Miwok Village and the first camp of the Sonoma Mission. Our tasting room is located in an 1850s farmhouse.