East End: Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard
There are new owners, and a brand new look at the Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard.
A year ago, the Kelly family finally opened their vineyard to the public. They had purchased it months earlier, but because the pandemic was at its peak, they focused on other things.
The biggest change is the back part of the property where, years ago, the previous owners had run a horse rescue operation.
The horses were all relocated to different farms upstate.
Now called The Backyard, families go back there with their kids and dogs, and can play cornhole and giant Jenga.
They've also created private VIP areas.
There's outdoor decks, a huge tented area, and a new Biergarten, for those who may not be into wine.
Indoors is the tasting room, which was built in 1860. It was part of the original farmhouse that was on the property.