Connecticut April 17, 2016
These 12 Beautiful Wineries In Connecticut Are A Must-Visit For Everyone
If you ask me, wineries are like the Disneyland of adulthood. On a nice warm day you can walk along the rows, sip wine, and chat with friends or loved ones. Or if wine is a solo adventure for you, just sit back and read a book. However you enjoy your trip, do it at one of these gorgeous Connecticut locations.
1. Chamard Vineyards (Clinton)
This place is a collection of land tucked at the end of a winding road.
Enjoy the wine or stop by the bistro for a full meal.
2. Jonathan Edwards Winery (North Stonington)
Catch a peak of the barrels on your walkthrough for a secret look into wine making and enjoy the view.
You'll love the laid-back atmosphere around the picnic tables.
3. DiGrazia Vineyard (Brookfield)
Enjoy drinks outside without risking the burn.
This place has a nice size selection and excellent service.
4. Gouveia Vineyards (Wallingford)
These are some of the best views around, and you're welcome to set up lawn chairs.
You can also bring your own food stuffs to make the trip uniquely you.
5. Hopkins Vineyard (New Preston)
Check out the upstairs for a nice relaxed tasting or take your glass outside.
The favorite here is the white, so definitely check it out!
6. Jones Winery (Shelton)
The Jones Family Farms are here too so you can explore and pick up other goodies like strawberries.
These wines are well received, and bound to be memorable.
7. Maugle Sierra Vineyards (Ledyard)
If you think this place is something in the summer, come back for the season change!
Take a leap of faith with a bottle or do the tasting and get a little bit of everything.
8. Paradise Hills Vineyard (Wallingford)
This outdoor seating puts you right in the heart of things and is great for a double date.
Definitely try the Cayuga White!
9. Saltwater Farm Vineyard (Stonington)
Soak up the history and natural sights on this patch of coastal farmland.
The wine is award winning, but you'll have to see for yourself if the hype is true!
10. McLaughlin Vineyards (Sandy Hook)
This place, surrounded by forest, offers llama hikes and privacy.
Spring is the best time to go, because the fields are alive and you'll have more choice in wine.
11. Haight-Brown Vineyard (Litchfield)
Rustic on the outside, charming on the inside. Connecticut's oldest vineyard is going strong.
I go for the Honey Nut Apple, but definitely try them all!
12. White Silo Winery (Sherman)
Take your date here for a lunch special they'll never forget.
If you like dry wine, this selection will send you over the moon!
My oh my! Don’t these places look like a great place to get away? Tell us about your favorite Connecticut winery!