Join us in Albany for Hudson Valley Art & Wine – the final stop of the art exhibit inspired by the Hudson Valley wineries.

Wednesday, October 5th will mark the fourth and final opening celebration of the Hudson Valley Art & Wine  “pairing project” and all are welcome to attend!. The event takes place at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center at 25 Quackenbush Square (corner of Broadway and Clinton) from 5–7 PM.  Parking is available via Spencer Street. RSVP required to

Join Hudson Valley Wine Magazine at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center to meet several of the artists and for a tasting of select wines from some of the local wineries that inspired their art. Wines from Brookview Station Winery, Hudson-Chatham Winery and Millbrook Vineyards will be available for tasting and sale. Food tastings will be prepared by Classé Catering of Albany and cheese by R & G Cheese of Cohoes.

The upcoming exhibit in Albany concludes our year-long celebration of Hudson Valley Art & Wine. Since the exhibit premiered this past May at the Lyndhurst Historic Site in Westchester, it has traveled to several other galleries over the summer. Enthusiastic crowds welcomed the exhibit at M Gallery in Catskill in June and Hudson Valley Gallery in Cornwall-on-Hudson in July.  The exhibit will remain at the Albany Visitor’s Center until January 2012.

If you are an art and wine enthusiast be sure to stop by and enjoy a beautiful fall evening in Albany. Pick up a complimentary Ravenscroft crystal wine glass and gift bag with the latest issue of Hudson Valley Wine Magazine to take home too!

RSVP to by October 3 is appreciated.

If you are a member of the media, please join us for a Preview beginning at 3PM.

More info about the opening at

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