Dutch’s Spirits to Host Book Release Party April 30th for Tapping the Hudson Valley

Dutch’s Spirits in Pine Plains, New York will be hosting the book release party for Debbie Gioquindo, The Hudson Valley Wine Goddess, April 30th from 1pm – 3pm. Gioquindo just published her first book Tapping the Hudson Valley (Million Dollar Sips LLC, 2017) is the regional expert when it comes to planning itineraries visiting the local craft beverage producers and the sites along the way.

Lydia Higginson, CEO of Dutch’s Spirits, has worked with Debbie over many years and is thrilled to be a part of her first book. This book will help guide visitors to many of our craft producers and hidden treasures.

The party is free and open to the public. In addition to the products available at the distillery, Millbrook Vineyards and Winery, Clinton Vineyards and Taconic Distillery will be offering samples of their products. You must be 21 or older to taste. Debbie will be on hand signing copies of her book.

Tapping the Hudson Valley is your guide to visiting the craft beverage producers of the Hudson Valley. One and three day itineraries focusing on maximizing your time visiting the region. Let Debbie guide you through the place she calls home.

About the Author:

Debbie Gioquindo known as the Hudson Valley Wine Goddess grew up and raised her family in the Hudson Valley. Debbie is a Certified Travel Counselor, Certified Specialist of Wine and a Wine Location Specialist in Port and Champagne. She is the author of her blog Hudson Valley Wine Goddess. Debbie previously was the Marketing Director for the Shawangunk Wine Trail, Executive Director for Hudson Valley Wine Country and owned a travel agency for 20 years. In addition, Debbie is a contributing writer for Hudson Valley Wine Magazine, Chairperson for the Hudson Valley Wine & Spirits Competition and Co-Owner of Happy Bitch Wines. In 2015, she was ranked #38 in the Excel Wines “Top 100 Most Influential Wine Bloggers.”

About Dutch’s Spirits:

Dutch’s Spirits at Harvest Homestead Farm is a 400 acre farm which includes. NY Farmer’s Market, NY craft beverage tasting room, 12,000 square foot barn, and prohibition era complex of underground bunkers and tunnels established by Dutch Schultz.