Established in 2006 by Ed and Sue Goold Miller at the historic Goold Orchards, Brookview Station Winery in its first year of production secured the prestigious Cornell Cup for its Brookview Station White Semi-dry Apple Wine at the Hudson Valley Wine and Grape Association's annual award ceremony held to honor the best in AVA wines throughout the Hudson Valley region of New York State. "Oh What A Pear!", Brookview Station Winerie's second wine, a semi-dry pear wine took a bronze metal. Finally, the semi-sweet apple-pear wine aptly named "Pomona" (Goddess of the Orchard in Greek mythology) was added, completing the trio of fine fruit wines that would garner Brookview Station Winery accalades by the New York State Small Business Developement Associaton when it named BSW "2007 Entrepreneur of the Year". Most recently, in only its 9th month of production, Whistle Stop White Semi-dry Apple Wine took a bronze metal at the International Eastern Wine Competition.
Brookview Station Winery is located at Goold Orchards in the town of Schodack, off I-90 at Exit 11E. Then, just follow the white arrows!