About Us


We’re a small family run farm, vineyard + winery in the Hudson Valley. We are passionate about grape growing & exploring the possibilities of winemaking right here in Milton, NY. We grow 10 acres of wine grapes {another couple acres of seedless table grapes, too!} we also source from other local growers here in the Valley. Our hope is to make quality estate wines that speak to their origin and that you love to drink with family & friends!

Nostrano Vineyards Tasting Room sits atop a picturesque hill overlooking a serene farm + vineyard vista. Enjoy our wines, local cheeseboards & regular live music indoors at our rustic chic tasting bar or al fresco taking in the beautiful Hudson Valley sunsets.

Nicolas J. Bozzo


Enlightenment: SUNY ESF at Syracuse University, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (B.L.A) Winery Design, Auckland, New Zealand, 2008-2009

Our Name: Nostrano Vineyards – Nostrano in Italian translates to “of our own,” local or home-grown and that’s just what we are…A local Vineyard producing wine of our own grapes!

Favorite Vine: Traminette

Favorite Wines: Pinot Noir: Dry Riesling: Cabernet Franc: Barolo: Cabernet Sauvignon: Syrah

Inspiration: My Grandparents Joseph and Rose Trapani, My parents Phyllis and Fred Bozzo and My Uncle Joe Trapani


Roots run deep…

Nicolas J. Bozzo the grandson of Joseph Trapani was born and raised on his family’s farm in Milton, NY; attended SUNY ESF at Syracuse University acquiring his Bachelors degree in Landscape Architecture. During his Senior year of college he traveled to New Zealand to further his knowledge in Eco-Agricultural Tourism and Winery Design. Interested in Sustainability, Land Management and the shear beauty of a working landscape such as a vineyard, Nic saw potential back in the Hudson Valley at his families 75 acre fruit-farm.

As Nic, his father Fred, and Uncle Joe replant the land with acres of grape vines Nic has been utilizing his knowledge to design and establish a modern and rural family style vineyard and boutique winery reflecting his family’s heritage.