Cider Culture

The Hudson Valley is home to New York’s oldest and warmest orchards. The region was the original bread basket for the growing metropolis at its mouth and loamy rocky soils proved excellent...

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Marisa Lomonaco
A Special Delivery

New York State is the nation’s second largest apple producer. The vast majority of its fifty-five thousand apple-growing acres are dedicated to varieties for eating. 

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Marisa Lomonaco
New Wave Cider

The reemergence of hard cider has aligned itself nicely with the local, culinary, craft, and maker movements of the last decade, and the Hudson Valley – once known as the state’s “Apple Belt” – provides the ideal landscape.

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Marisa Lomonaco