Wine and art go together, right?

My wine-tasting buddy, Marji Levy Knowles, and I have had great fun visiting area wineries and participating in Paint & Sips at Hudson-Chatham Winery.

I was greatly relieved at the first one to learn that we did not have to paint something truly original, looking out at the vineyard.

I will not be giving up my camera for a paint brush, but it’s fun.

Hudson-Chatham Winery, Ghent NY
Hudson-Chatham Winery, Ghent NY
My hand-painted wine glass making its debut with (Naked Wines') Wayne Donaldson's Eponina Lush - on New Year's Eve!
My hand-painted wine glass making its debut with (Naked Wines’) Wayne Donaldson’s Eponina Lush – on New Year’s Eve!

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