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Located in the Hamlet of Pine Bush, “The Gateway to the Gunks,” in the Mid-Hudson Valley, Wild Arc Farm is the pursuit of sustainable food and beverage production within a small farm environment. The Hudson Valley has been at the heart of New York State’s food production for hundreds of years. It is also home to both the oldest and the longest continually operating wineries in the United States, many of which thrive off the granitic soils of the area and the various microclimates influenced by the Atlantic and Catskills.

Todd Cavallo and Crystal Cornish left Brooklyn in the Summer of 2016 after a combined 30 years in the city to try their hand at building sustainable food systems in the Hudson Valley. Both had very limited experience in agriculture, mostly relegated to growing tomatoes, peppers, herbs, and hops on fire escapes (when the neighborhood squirrels didn’t kill everything out of spite). Being lifetime New Yorkers, they wanted to show that interesting and dynamic world-class wines could be grown in the Hudson Valley in the context of a small, biodynamic, permaculture-focused farm.

I’m beyond excited to showcase some of the stellar wines coming out of the east coast, and feel so lucky I get to do that through Wild Arc Farm!

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