June 10: National Rosé Day

Celebrate the release of our new rosé in style.  We will be offering a special menu and the jazz stylings of the highly acclaimed Charlie Apicella Trio.  Check out the band at When: June 10th from noon until 7pm.  Live…

June 9: Club Pick-Up Party

This event is exclusive to our Milea Wine Club members. Are you part of the Milea Family?  Come to your clubhouse, meet with old friends and new and pickup your June shipment. Enjoy a cocktail style evening complete with light…

May 12: Club Dinner: Mother’s Day Weekend Special

This event is exclusive to our wine club members. This is a special four course chef’s tasting dinner for Milea Wine Club members. Invite your spouse or your parents to join you at this dinner. Love the wines you had at…

May 6: Kentucky Derby

Join us for our celebration of the Kentucky Derby. We will be offering a special Derby Day menu for attendees to this event as well as special cocktails featuring our award winning gin. $30 for non-club and $15 for club. …

April 30: Yoga In The Vineyard

Join us for Yoga In The Vineyard, a unique experience that combines the serenity of yoga with the breathtaking views of vineyards. Unwind your mind, stretch your body and discover the ultimate relaxation as you breathe in the fresh air…

chairs at long table

Best Places to Eat in the Hudson Valley

One of the most exciting things about the Hudson Valley as a burgeoning wine region is that the area is already flush with dining options, making for quite the food and wine scene. Here is a list of places that our team of foodies are hungry for.
view of white farmhouse tasting room from below

Best Places to Stay In and Around the Hudson Valley

When traveling to the Hudson Valley, there are an abundance of luxurious and memorable options for accommodations, including the newly restored and renovated Spencer House at Milea Estate Vineyard. Here is a list of places we are loving.
Milea viewed from above in autumn

Cornell University studies Milea Estate

Despite their long history, writes Cornell University's Jim Meyers, your local wine shop is not selling wines made from the old cultivars of New England and New York.