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10:00 am - 7:00 pm
The Hudson Valley is America’s oldest winemaking and grape growing region. Join us for the Hudson Valley Fall Wineries Day Trip, a fun excursion where you will enjoy a spectacular autumn day, fall colors, taste great wines and meet other members and friends from NYSN.
What to expect from the Hudson Valley Wineries Day Trip:
- Our chauffeur driven van will meet the group near Penn Station at 10am.
- Your NYSN host will be on hand to greet you, introduce you to others and keep the conversations lively along the way.
- The first stop will be at Highland Landing for a box lunch and spectacular views of the river and valley.
- After lunch we will visit 3 local wineries for samples of some great wines!
- Before heading back to the city we’ll stop at a local farm stand where you can grab fresh fruits and veggies.
- Our van will drop you off back near Penn station at or around 7pm.
Cost: $175 ($165 V.I.P. Members) includes: round trip transportation with professional driver to and from the city and all attractions. Tasting at 3 of the wineries, lunch, all taxes and gratuities. (Lunch will include a sandwich or salad, chips and soft drink). Menus will be sent closer to the trip.
Wineries could include: Red Maple, Benmarl, Glorie, Nostrano, El Paso and/or Kedem.
Can I come alone? Yes, most guests do! It’s a great way to meet new people.
Dress Code: Dress for the weather. Casual and comfortable. We will go rain or shine. Bring a large backpack/tote bag if you wish to bring home vegetables from the local farm stand or bottles of wine.
Questions? Email Dave Cervini at email@example.com or call 212.873.2256, M-F 10am to 4pm.
Nonrefundable unless canceled.
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COVID-19 Protocols: In accordance with current city and state protocols vaccination status is not mandatory for this event. However, we do ask that participants act in a responsible manner and do not attend if feeling ill, showing symptoms or have been recently exposed. Mask wearing is optional unless the venue or city has mandated that. Everyone should respect the comfort levels of others as we transition into this next phase of socializing in the Covid era.
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