VT Wines – Wineries & Vineyards
Yes you can find estate bottled wines in Vermont. The Green Mountain state currently has a handful of vineyards producing wine from blossom to bottle. A visit to a Vermont vineyard is great way to explore the countryside. Vermont is a new and emerging wine growing region. The short, warm summer season yields fruit by the end of Autumn. Most Vermont vineyard operations are open to the public. Call in advance of your visit to confirm hours. Ask us about Vermont wineries or share your Vermont wine comments. To feature your Vermont Vineyard, contact us.
The Norwich Inn, 325 Main Street, Norwich, VT 05055
Vermont brewery tradition was revived at the Norwich Inn in 1993 when Jasper Murdock's Alehouse began producing traditional English-style ales in 5-gallon glass jugs. By 1995, an historic livery building was renovated and outfitted with a new four-barrel brew house, enabling 125-gallon batches. The vessels are now larger, but the Jasper Murdock Alehouse remains one of the smallest breweries in America. These hand crafted beers are sold only at the Inn. Call ahead and place your an order to pick up when you come to the Inn. The Norwich Inn offers an extensive, diverse and moderately priced menu incorporating traditional pub favorites with elegant dinner options. We have nightly dinner and wine specials that can be enjoyed in our pub or dining room 7 nights a week. An Inn has been on the site since 1797; the current Victorian Structure since 1890. We offer 38 guestrooms, Pub, Dining Room, and Microbrewery.
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The von Trapp Brewery, 700 Trapp Hill Road, Stowe, VT 05672 | 802-253-0900
A Little of Austria - A Lot of Vermont. A humble brewery with capacity for 2,000 barrels per year. The crisp, flavorful lagers have received requests from all over the United States. The von Trapp family, who had always been reticent to commercialize their family heritage, realized that they had a product deserving of the family name. The new facility, completed in 2015 under the name von Trapp Brewing, allowed the family to expand beyond their home territory and spread the gospel of craft lagers.
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Idletyme Brewing Company, 1859 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT 05672 | 802-253-4765
Real food, real drink and real good people with a few surreal stories thrown in for good measure. Lunch, Dinner, Martini's, Fine Wines and a traditional take on classic European brewing with a healthy dose of the Vermont hop culture thrown in for good measure. Whether your brew preference is brown or pale ale, Helles Lager, or our famous Idletyme Double IPA, you will not be disappointed.
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Produces Hand-crafted wines. Organically certified.
Snow Farm Vineyard and Winery
190 West Shore Road
South Hero, VT 05486
Boyden Valley Winery
RR2, Box 2580
Cambridge, VT 05444
Grand View Winery
2039 Max Gray Road
East Calais, VT 05650
Winners of regional, national and international awards. Tastings, specialty wines, traditional fruit wines, artist gallery.
Joseph Cerniglia Winery
RFD #1, Box 119A
Proctorsville, VT 05153
An assortment of apple and fruit wines.
North River Winery
PO Box 258
Jacksonville, VT 05342
Winery tours and tastings.
Putney Mountain Winery
Holland Hill Road
Putney, VT 05346
Vermont Apple Cider Champagnes vinted from locally grown apples such as Northern Spy and Roxbury Russet.
Ottauquechee Valley Winery
Quechee, VT 05059
Retail sales, Daily Wine Tasting Program, Winery Tours.
Flag Hill Farm
Vershire, VT 05079
Dry, sparkling, or still vintage-style hard cider.
L’Abeille Honey Winery
638 S. Main Street
Stowe, VT 05672
Open daily, buses are welcome. Learn about their honey wine by watching a video about bees and by viewing the process to produce mead. Tastings.
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