Saturday, February 28, 2015

American Wine Society of Northern New Jersey Hosts Hudson Valley Wine Country Tasting March 26, 2015!

There will be a special wine tasting hosted by the NJ Meadowlands chapter and will take place at the Award winning wine school MAKE WINE WITH US located at 21 Currie Ave. Wallington, NJ (less than 2 miles from Giants Stadium).
March 26th Thursday 7:00pm- 9:00pm Hudson Valley Wines 
The opportunity comes at the hands of Danny Klein, Regional Vice President, American Wine Society...thank you!

The Hudson Valley Legacy
Even closer than the Finger Lakes, the Hudson Valley has a long, rich winemaking tradition. It is the true birthplace of American wine, vinifying since 1677 and home to the oldest continually operating winery and Vineyard in America (Brotherhood Winery and Caywood Vineyards). More recently the region that led the way in craft distilling in New York state and the east coast.

Hudson Valley is host to more than 40 wineries, more than a dozen cideries, and almost as many distilleries making it one of the most diverse craft beverage regions in the country.

Come have some fun with all of your AWS friends and learn about what new varietals this extremely close and growing wine region has to offer. I’m sure you’ll want to make plans to visit the region once the snow melts this spring or summer!

The HVWC will sponsor the tasting, and will offer a host of highly acclaimed wines, ciders, and craft beverages.

Carlo DeVito: Writer, Publisher & Winemaker
Carlo is a lifelong publishing executive and the owner of the Award winning Hudson-Chatham Winery in Ghent, NY. He has written more than 15 books and publishes a highly-acclaimed wine blog. His books include biographies about Yogi Bera, Bill Parcells, Charles Dickens, as well as others on topics ranging from tropical fish, organized crime, Mark Twain and The Godfather.

Carlos newest book Mrs. Lee's Rose a Garden is due out this April. He has appeared on television and radio, and he has been profiled in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and the Christian Science Monitor.

Special pricing: Members $10 Guests $20

Please RSVP quick because the tasting is open to only the first 50 people and will more than likely fill up fast. Do not miss out… you will taste the best Reserve Baco Noir in the United States. Accept our invitation by contacting Angel Martinez at