Brotherhood - America's Oldest Winery, Washingtonville

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  • Our daughter (who lives in New York City) took us on a visit to the Hudson Valley to taste some wine and whiskey. She said we had to visit Brotherhood. They have a very nice tasting room. You have to ...  more »
  • We went for the Finery at the Winery Christmas wine tasting. Last year we tasted their hand picked 4 wine tastings and then we were told if we wanted to try more to go to their store, which we did, to...  more »
  • We took our relatives, visiting from FL, to the winery yesterday. Visiting a winery is unique enough for them but Brotherwood was an exceptionally good choice (if I do say so!). The tour was about an ...  more »
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  • We attended a wedding here and it was superb - the venue has lots of character and charm - the food was fantastic and we had a great time. I would love to come back here for a wine tour or other event.
  • Maybe I had too much expectation for the “oldest wine yard in American”, but when I saw a freaking modern bottling factory with a graveyard on its side, I was shocked. Yes, the bottling factory is here for them to making some profit, but for a historically place like this, they should at least try to hide the modernness of this factory a little bit. Love the storage museum, that was some history I’m looking forward to see. Hope they could make it great again!
  • This is a nice winery. We bought a bottle of wine and had it outside in a very relaxing day. They carry also some great wines from South America (Chile and Argentina). The only suggestion I would make (geographically wise) is to call it “The oldest winery in the US” or something like that. America is a continent, not a country. Having said that, America’s oldest winery is “Casa Madero”, which is in a Mexico and goes back to 1597.
  • I went for my 25th birthday & I loved this winery. The tour was very informative, the guide was nice and the place had a great look to it. The wine was good.... I even purchased some at the end of the tasting. If I go again I want to try their restaurant. Note: If you are looking to explore vineyards, that's not here. This place is more wine making, history and underground storage tour. Really enjoyed it.
  • We had a fantastic time here. Extremely helpful, friendly, staff going above and beyond to make our visit memorable. Loved the Riesling and the Mead. Will definitely be back.

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