Nestled among a pine forest in New York’s Champlain Valley lies a charming and spectacular winery. Hid-In-Pines Vineyard is majestically burrowed in the trees within a converted antique barn, encapsulating the rustic feel of the region. What started as a humble operation in 2006 has blossomed into three beautiful and intimate vineyards spread across seven acres.
The heartbeat of Hid-In-Pines Vineyard flavors comes from their grapes. With a deep love of the land and appreciation for the region’s unique growing conditions, Hid-In-Pines’ carefully nurtured soil produces grapes that are bright, fresh, and pull forth the seasons’ flavor into each year’s crop, ensuring that each blend is as distinctive as the year it was cultivated. These exceptional grapes give life to 25 different varieties of aromatic wine, from sweet to dry and everything in between, each one abounding with expressive flavors and aromas. Unique to the Adirondack Wine Coast trail, the vibrant cold-hardy Marquette grape, with complex spices and pronounced tannins, is not to be missed.