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This year's two-day event (June 10-11) includes up to 20 Hudson Valley winemakers, hard cider and distilleries, as well as local (specifically made in the Hudson Valley) marketplace purveyors offering cheese, honey, baked goods, produce and more. Live music performances by Kayla Rae and Lara Hope and the Arktones. "These tastings that [the wineries] offer at Bounty of the Hudson are select wines that they sell—they may not be the same wines offered at a regular tasting when you visit their wineries. It's a great opportunity to taste all the wines, and spirits and ciders offered by the trail members," says Jude DeFalco, operations manager of Shawangunk Wine Trail, which produces the event. Bounty of the Hudson will be held on June 10 and June 11 from 12 to 5pm at the Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz. Tickets are $30 in advance or $40 at the gate per day. Designated driver admission is available for $10 advance and $15 at the gate. (845) 256-8456.

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