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Brotherhood Winery is a vintage wedding venue located in Westchester, New York. Whether your dream is an intimate, cozy gathering or a grand celebration, the venue has many spaces and flexibility to bring your vision for your wedding day to life. Their professional staff will work alongside you every step of the way to ensure your wedding is just as you envisioned it to be and that you have a memorable, stress-free experience. With its beautiful vineyards and historic charm, Brotherhood Winery is an stunning backdrop for your big day.
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Brotherhood Winery offers many indoor and outdoor spaces to host your ceremony and reception. Choose from their small, historical chapel or outdoor gazebo set in their varietal vineyard for your ceremony, then host cocktails on their magnificent outdoor patio. For your reception, The Grand Monarque Hall, or Grand Salon, is a 19th-century stone building with towering ceilings, handcrafted wooden floors, exposed wooden beams and ten-foot round antique wrought iron chandeliers that all come together in a historical setting with old-world charm and elegance. You can also host your event in the Cellars, which is a unique space that is the largest underground wine cellar in the country. These two indoor spaces can accommodate up to 224 guests. For smaller celebrations, you can choose from their renovated Tasting Room, featuring stone walls, slate floors, chandeliers and modern tables, or their Historic Mansion, providing a grand estate experience. Both intimate indoor spaces can host up to 75 guests.
Brotherhood Winery offers many services to help create the wedding of your dreams. The venue is also available for engagement parties, bridal showers, rehearsal dinners and elopements. The wedding services they provide include:
- Event planning
- Preferred vendors only
- Wheelchair access
Brotherhood Winery is America’s oldest winery, dating back to 1910 when a French Huguenot emigre named Jean Jaques purchased the land and began planting grapes. By 1939, his first underground cellars were dug and Jaques fermented his first vintage wine. Those cellars are still in use today.
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