The Champlain Valley of New York

Historic and beautiful Lake Champlain serves as the border between New York State and Vermont, as well as a region long known for delicious apples and other fruits that thrive in the cold climate. Now cold-hardy “Minnesota” grape varieties are among the plantings, and wineries are opening along the “Northway” (Interstate 87) between Albany and Canada.

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About the Champlain Region