Goold Orchards & Brookview Station Winery
1297 Brookview Station Rd.
Castleton, NY 12033

  • CALL: (518) 732-7317
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Open For Business:

Year round
Seven days a week  |  9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Goold Orchards:

Established in 1910, Goold Orchards is the oldest family owned apple farm in NY’s Capital Region. Featured in the NY Times, Goold’s Annual Apple Festival & Craft Show held Columbus Day weekend is one of the largest in the Northeast. The orchard is also home to Brookview Station Winery and Joe Daddy Hard Cider.

Farmstore ~ Cider Mill ~ Bakery ~ Winery Open Year Round.

Fully Handicap Accessible.

Tours, Groups, Buses Welcomed by Reservation.

For More information on Goold Orchards please visit

Brookview Station Winery :

Brookview Station is proud to be Rensselaer County's First Winery.

Since opening in 2006, Brookview Station produces fourteen different wines from estate grown grapes and fruits. Brookview Station also produces a line of hard ciders

"Joe Daddy’s Hard Cider"

Brookview Station Winery is open year round for wine and cider tastings. The winery is available to host private parties, bus groups and corporate events.  Brookview Station is a founding member and first stop along the Hudson Berkshire Beverage Trail.

For more on the Brookview Station Winery please visit

What can you find at our farms?

  • Apples
  • Gourds
  • Grapes
  • Hard Cider
  • Honey
  • Maple Syrup
  • Pears
  • Pumpkins
  • Wine
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