Black River Farms is an urban vineyard and winery located off of Rt. 378, just two miles south of downtown Historic Bethlehem. Owned by Andy and Kris Warner, the 17-acre farm was established in 2009 and features a sustainable nine-acre vineyard growing 14 varieties of grapes. In addition to growing wine grapes, the farm produces and sells fruits and vegetables, flowers, and free-range chicken eggs.
Its red wines include Chambourcin, Cabernet Franc, Lemberger and Sangiovese, as well as blends 90 and Saki. White wines include Chardonnay, Kerner, Traminette, and Vidal Blanc, along with blends Star, Hatch, Tilly, and Mary, which is a rosé.
Thursday & Friday: 1 – 6 pm
Saturday & Sunday: noon – 6 pm
Enjoy a wine experience in our relaxed, rustic tasting room or on the scenic patio.
We offer five wine tastes for $5. Due to the limited space, groups of 6 or more require reservations. Please call in advance so our staff can be prepared to accommodate your party.
From Rt. 22, take Rt. 378 south to the intersection with Black River Road. At the traffic light, turn left. The farm is less than a mile ahead on your right.
From Rt. 309, take Rt. 378 north to the intersection with Black River Road. At the traffic light, turn right. The farm is less than a mile ahead on your right.
From I-78, take the Rt. 412 exit south. Follow 412 south and make a right on to Friedensville Road. Make a left onto Bingen Rd., followed by a right onto Black River Road, and the winery will be on your left in less than a mile.