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I can honestly say I loved every wine I tried here. I find myself getting backed up with my reviews again, but this is one I really shouldn't have put off.
We stopped here at the start of an overnight trip up to the Hudson...More
Popped into Palaia on a road trip to the Catskills. Loved the hippy vibe and all the wine names. The wines and meads were tasty, I preferred the whites to the reds overall (and I’m a red gal!). The food all looked good, but we...More
I have been a frequent visitor since Palaia opened. I have especially enjoyed the outdoor venue and live music. The wine is acceptable but I don't go with expectation of high quality. It does get a little over crowded when indoors. The kitchen addition was...More
Came to listen to a musician we follow and he was great. It was a perfect cool summer afternoon sitting under a shade tree and listening to Chris Brown. The Pinkish Floyd was good, the rest were not for me. Thank goodness they had Mothers...More
My husband and I were near this winery and decided to try it out. It's reviews said it's more of a weekend outing and since it's a Monday today we were the only ones inside. We tried a few wines and loved one in particular...More
I have been going here for over 6 years. They have expanded their wine selection, alcohol, and food menu. Their festivals are awesome. My favorite is probably Woodstock but I've been to most of them -Celtic, Beatles, Harvest, Beltane etc.
We arrived last thing on a Thursday evening before they closed. We were the only ones there, however, the welcome was warm, the signage at the winery was fun giving a feel of owners who want you to enjoy your visit, rather than be wowed...More
Palaia Winery makes decent, but hardly spectacular wines, but the atmosphere is great and is a wonderful place to enjoy a concert. Food is good (but not a place for dinner...it is more appetizer type food), and music coupled with some wine just can't be...More
We have Ben going to Palaia Winery for a number of years. It has very played back vibe. The wines are all made from locally grown grapes and bear fin names such as Floyd Pink (a rose), Peach Boys, Cease and Desist (formerly Dead Red),...More