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The oldest winery in America is 1.5 hours north of Manhattan, has a sprawling wine cave, and found a loophole so it could stay open during Prohibition. I spent an afternoon checking it out — here’s what it’s like.

Final Vault - Brotherhood Winery

  • The oldest continuously operating winery in the United States is a 1.5-hour drive from Manhattan and features a sprawling wine cave.
  • Named after a 19th-century Utopian community in the Hudson Valley, Brotherhood Winery sold “medicinal” wine during Prohibition and attracted 10,000 cars per day in the early days of wine tourism following World War II.
  • Having grown up in the tri-state area, I was wary of the fact that I had never heard about this winery before, but at the same time was intrigued by its history.
  • My verdict: If you enjoy wine and stepping back in time, you’ll read more >>>

    Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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