Maine. A state very far north in the eastern United States is best known for its blueberries and good potato crops, but did you know it's also home to some pretty good libations? Not only does it have some of the most popular IPA's this side of the Mississippi, but it also has some darn… Continue reading Cellardoor Winery is a best kept secret in Maine
In the true spirit of a wino on the road, I just had to research where the nearest winery was in the vicinity to where I am staying here in the greater Boston area. To my surprise, I didn't have to drive far to get access to some of the best the area has to… Continue reading A winery the Pilgrims would be proud of
Sipping the afternoon away on a Connecticut farm winery is perhaps one of the most relaxing experiences you will encounter. No need to take a flight out to California to taste some of the finest wines in the world, it's all right here in the California of the east, and our local farm wineries are… Continue reading Sip, savior, indulge at Hawk Ridge Winery
We all know by now that I really love vineyards. My Italian roots run deep, and as an Italian, I believe a good glass of wine is good for the soul. Don't take my word for it, however, read some of the studies on red wine and how it may help with the longevity of our… Continue reading Brignole Vineyard Brings a Taste of Napa to Connecticut.
They say one way to take the chill away is with a fine glass of wine. Maybe two. Maybe three. Either way, I can't argue with that. As winter ramps into full gear, there's no better way to take away the winter chill other than a visit to a local Connecticut winery. Surprising, isn't it?… Continue reading Warm Up with Wine in Connecticut This Weekend.
Autumn is the perfect time of year to discover the array of wineries that Litchfield County has to offer. It is also the time of year that many of the local wineries get to show off their local flavor. One local winery, Sunset Meadow Vineyards of Goshen, did just that. This weekend, September 25th and… Continue reading Revisiting the vineyard