Starting 60 miles north of New York City, the Shawangunk Wine Trail is accessible from the New York State Thruway (I-87) at Exits 16, 17, and 18, and can be approached from south of I-84 at Warwick and Washingtonville and from north of I84 at Marlboro, Pine Bush, or New Paltz.
Does the wine trail provide transportation?
What airports and train stations are located near the SWT?
How long should we plan to visit each winery?
This varies depending on how large your group is, but to allow travel and tasting time as well as time to purchase your favorite wines, browse gift shops, use restrooms, etc. Plan on having 45 minutes to an hour between each winery. Take your time and enjoy the experience!
How long does it take to drive between wineries?
From New Paltz, NY Exit 18 NYS Thruway I-87 to Robibero Winery: 5.1 miles / 9 minutes
Robibero Winery to Whitecliff Vineyard: 4.9 miles / 8 minutes
Whitecliff Vineyard to Brimstone Hill Vineyard: 8.2 miles / 13 minutes
Brimstone Hill Vineyard to Baldwin Vineyard: 1.8 miles / 4 minutes
Baldwin Vineyard to Angry Orchard: 5.9 miles / 10 minutes
Angry Orchard to Magnanini Farm Winery: 5.2 miles / 9 minutes
Magnanini Farm Winery to Glorie Farm Winery: 13.5 miles / 23 minutes
Glorie Farm Winery to Stoutridge Vineyard: 2.8 miles / 7 minutes
Stoutridge Vineyard to Benmarl Winery: 1.9 miles / 6 minutes
Benmarl Winery to Brotherhood, America’s Oldest Winery: 18.9 miles / 30 minutes
Brotherhood, America’s Oldest Winery to Palaia Winery & Meadery: 8.3 miles / 15 minutes
Palaia Winery & Meadery to Applewood Winery: 17.6 miles / 32 minutes
Applewood Winery to Clearview Vineyard: 3.8 miles / 10 minutes
Clearview Vineyard to Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery: 9.7 miles / 17 minutes
Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery to Demarest Hill Winery & Distillery: 5 miles / 9 minutes
Where does the wine trail start and/or end?
There technically is no particular beginning or end. The trail is self-guided, so you can start and stop anywhere you choose in any order.