Can you guess what is most crucial for building a new wine region?
Our marquette wine is made in the vineyard...
Our tasting room is open Saturdays and Sundays, Noon to 6 pm.
We keep busy at Victory View Vineyard in the winter...
The last marquette wine of our 2014 vintage is ready to go!
We grow three red grapes and three white grapes on our farm - all French-American hybrids that make the distinctive wines of our region.
Tasting room customers frequently ask where else they can buy our wine.
A mild winter means Spring comes early to our vineyard...
Victory View Vineyard's wines earn awards...
How do we make our wine trail more of a destination? What are visitors looking for in our region? Evidence suggests the answer is delicious wine! We’re on it! What else?
The Upper Hudson Valley Wine & Grape Association...then and now.
What happens at Victory View Vineyard in the winter?
Our 2014 la crescent is...
We entered some of our wines in a second New York wine competition. We figured the competition’s results could help us see how our wines stack up with other wines. We think our wines are good, and our customers think our wines are good, but what would judges think?
What to expect at our farm winery...
Summer is in full swing, and that means our grapevines are bursting with green growth!
May is the month for renewal in the vineyard.
We have a hurdle to jump. Very few people have heard of the marquette grape…
The 2014 vintage will be memorable.
Wineries, grape growers and prospective grape growers are invited to attend a dinner and meeting to learn about growing cold-hardy wine grape varieties.
Cool weather delays harvest.
Recognized for their cold-hardiness, their disease resistance and, best of all, their fine wine qualities - our northern grapes are survivors.
Victory View Vineyard is pleased to announce that we are charter members of the region’s new craft beverage trail.
Pruning thousands of grapevines in the winter seems well worth the effort when the buds break in the spring.
The Grand Tasting at the Taste of Upstate was a success for our wine trail's first festival.
The Upper Hudson Valley Wine Trail is sponsoring our inaugural wine festival in Saratoga in April.
Victory View Vineyard is closed for Winter, though work continues at the winery.
The Upper Hudson Valley Wine Trail reorganizes.
Autumn creates a change of pace at our farm winery.
Veraison to harvest is an exciting time in the vineyard.
Starting a vineyard is quite a daunting task. Vintner (and now blogger) Gerry Barnhart goes over the details of growing a farm into a vineyard in this post.
Good news - official state designation for wine trail!
Independence Review - a review of Victory View Vineyard's marquette wine
Victory View Vineyard and fellow Upper Hudson Valley Wine Trail member, Amorici Vineyard, were profiled in NY Times article.
Victory View Vineyard's "revolution on the northern frontier of wine making" reported by Todd Trzaskos.
Pattie Garrett's local farm and food blog - Victory View Vineyard, A Sense of Place.
Carlo De Vito's blog summarizing TasteCamp 2014: Hudson Valley and our winemaker's marquette and maréchal foch.
Richard Auffrey's "worthy wines" at TasteCamp 2014 Hudson Valley.
Taste Camp 2014 wines and our "serious" marquette.
Victory View Vineyard's Turning Point marquette is a top 10 taste at the 2014 Hudson Valley Taste Camp.
Our bold maréchal foch Lafayette…
"Hybrids can be stunning."
Our sense of place and "tasty, clean and balanced wines."
Victory View Vineyard experiences 'Ups' as grape harvest begins in the region.
Victory View Vineyard shines in the Upper Hudson Valley.
Victory View Vineyard's grapes survive a rough upstate New York winter.
This feature article gives insights about harvesting wine grapes in vineyards along the Upper Hudson Valley Wine Trail.
Three vineyards in Washington County, NY, including Victory View Vineyard, get noticed in this article.
This feature article gives insights on planting and growing grapes in upstate New York.
Here is an April news story about our wine trail initiative for the Upper Hudson Valley.