Another New York distillery will unveil its first product -- a vodka whose name will be kept under wraps until then -- on Saturday, October 11.
Montezuma Winery, the Seneca Falls operation off Thruway Exit 41 that makes grape, fruit and honey wines, is expanding with its new honey-based vodka from its Hidden Marsh Distillery.
It will produce liqueurs, brandy and vodka made with honey, apples or other seasonal fruits, uses a 400-liter pot still custom-built in Germany.
The distillery's grand opening is set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the ribbon-cutting at noon. It will feature live music, hors d'œuvres, distillery tours and store specials and a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon.
Earlier this year, Long Island Spirits, located on the North Fork of Long Island, unveiled LiV -- rhymes with "5," a super-premium vodka ($38) made from Long Island potatoes.
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