Hudson-Chatham Winery



Carlo and Dominique opened the doors of the Hudson-Chatham Winery in 2007. The winery has received favorable reviews and coverage from Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, the New York Times, The New York Post, Sommelier Journal,, WAMC radio, Beverage Media, and the New York Cork Report among many. Hudson-Chatham Winery was the first winery to receive a score of 90 or more points for a red hybrid wine with their Chelois. Carlo is one of the founders of the Hudson Berkshire Beverage Trail and President of the Hudson Valley Wine Country. The DeVito family revived the old Brisklea Dairy Farm that had laid fallow for 30 years, and created one of the most exciting wineries in the state. The farm grows grapes, raspberries, blue berries, and in some years rye wheat. They produce a number of wines from rare hybrids and heirloom varietals not grown anywhere else. And the reviews have been outstanding. Their soft, approachable reds such as Baco Noir Reserve, Baco Noir Old Vines, and Chelois have garnered incredible attention and won numerous awards. The line of Paperbirch dessert wines has also been a big success garnering numerous medals and awards while also accumulating a loyal and devoted following. Carlo and Dominique sold the winery, and their two tasting rooms, in Tannersville and Troy, in May 2020.

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The Hudson-Chatham winery also carries the largest selection of Hudson Valley cheeses anywhere, as well as offers its own balsamic vinegar and locally produced maple syrup.

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Carlo DeVito is currently the winemaker at Unionville Vineyards.

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