Stoutridge Vineyard is a premium estate winery located in Marlboro, New York, 70 miles north of Manhattan, in the Hudson Valley. The vineyards are half a mile from the beautiful Hudson River on the south-east facing slopes of a ridge of land on which grapevines and fruit trees have been continuously planted for 200 years.

Stoutridge Vineyards is built upon the historical foundations of vineyards planted in the late 1700’s. A winery established in 1902 which was closed by prohibition, and a bootleg era distillery which operated until 1956. We began replanting the vineyards in 2001

The winery at Stoutridge Vineyard is a gravity flow design built into a hillside directly on the site of the pre-prohibition era Morano Winery (1902 – 1919). The old winery’s foundation wall is all that remains of the historic structure, and it has been meticulously restored to become a beautiful front wall for the Stoutridge tasting room patio. To further preserve the history of the site, the production room of the new winery is of the same dimensions as the previous winery’s interior.