Tucked away on the side of a great limestone ridge on historic land in the quaint town of Marlboro, NY is the premium estate winery Stoutridge Vineyard. Situated a mere 70 miles from the heart of Manhattan and 80 miles from the state capitol in Albany, we are the epicenter of Hudson Valley wine country.
Our vineyards are half a mile from the beautiful Hudson River and grown on the southeast facing slopes of a ridge of land on which grapevines and fruit trees have been continuously planted for over 200 years. The Marlboro area has a rich history of fruit and wine production. During the 1800’s, our land produced fruit that served markets all across New York City.
Stoutridge Vineyard is built upon the original foundations of vineyards planted in the late 1700's, a winery established when Theodore Roosevelt was President which eventually closed due to prohibition, and a bootleg era distillery which operated (not so publically) until 1956. Our hands dug into this fertile soil in 2001, the year we replanted the vineyards. Less than five years later we opened our winery in 2006 and now our new Stoutridge Distillery in 2017.