Rhode Islanders are already well aware of all the amazing restaurants and breweries that can be found across the state. Amazing vineyards and wineries however, aren’t as widely discussed. This is surprising considering how many amazing wineries can be found in state. We put this list together of wineries in Rhode Island so you’ll know exactly where to find them.
1. Carolyn's Sakonnet Vineyard, Little Compton
Enjoy an intimate tour of the stunning vineyards and winery before your wine tasting. This is a lovely way to spend your afternoon. Make sure to try each wine because they're all delicious!
2. Newport Vineyards, Middletown
Newport Vineyards' new facility is a picturesque, yet contemporary location ideal for hosting large events and weddings. It's also perfect for just stopping in to buy a local bottle of wine.
3. Greenvale Vineyards, Portsmouth
This family owned and operated vineyard is located on a breathtaking farm dating back to the 19th century. Enjoy a variety of different wines and take a walk around the historic property.
4. Nickle Creek Vineyard, Foster
Prevoiusly voted "best winery experience in Rhode Island" by the Providence Journal, this family owned vineyard in Foster is definitely worth the visit!
5. Verde Vineyards, Johnston
This charming vineyard and winery overlooks beautiful Moswansicut Lake.
6. Purple Cat Winery and Vineyard, Chepachet
Located along the Rhode Island and Connecticut wine antique trails is the Purple Cat Winery and Vineyard. This wonderful place offers small batch wines and a unique atmosphere that should not be missed.
7. Diamond Hill Vineyards, Cumberland
From grape wines to dessert wines, Diamond Hill Vineyards does it all! Find them in the charming town of Cumberland.
8. Mulberry Vineyard, Chepachet
Located on the historical Andrew Brown Homestead in Chepachet, you'll find this amazing family owned and operated vineyard. Yet another opportunity to enjoy great wine while exploring a historical property.
9. Leyden Farm & Winery
Leyden Farm invites you to bring a picnic and enjoy a glass, or bottle of one of their delicious wines while taking in the beauty of their farm. This is definitely an amazing way to spend a warm afternoon!
Rhode Islanders sure are lucky to have so many amazing vineyards at our fingertips. Do you have any favorite wineries in Rhode Island?