New Hampshire July 17, 2016
These 7 Beautiful Vineyards in New Hampshire Are A Must-Visit For Everyone
New Hampshire is known for many things, but wine isn’t among them. However, recently, vineyards have popped up throughout New Hampshire, and they are downright beautiful. If you enjoy beautiful landscapes, great food, and excellent wine, you simply must visit these vineyards in New Hampshire!
1. Jewell Towne Vineyards, South Hampton
New Hampshire's oldest vineyard is just over the border from Massachusetts. Although it's in the south of the state, the rural views are absolutely gorgeous and it's no wonder that this is a popular spot for weddings and other events.
2. LaBelle Winery, Amherst
With sprawling grounds and a beautiful bistro, LaBelle is a perfect wine and dine destination.
3. Zorvino Vineyards, Sandown
This family-run vineyard started as a hobby but has grown into so much more. The maple apple wine is truly a New Hampshire specialty.
4. Flag Hill Distillery and Winery, Lee
The largest winery in New Hampshire doubles as a distillery, so it will please everyone in your group. With a distinctly New Hampshire feel, Flag Hill is a must-visit.
5. Haunting Whispers Vineyard and Spirits, Danbury
The name may be scary, but the spirits and wine produced here are scary good. After all, the owner has a PhD in biochemistry, so she knows what she's doing.
6. Newfound Lake Vineyards, Bristol
Set atop what used to be a dairy farm, Newfound Lake Vineyards produces great wine in a stunning area of the state.
7. Sweet Baby Vineyard, Hampstead
At Sweet Baby Vineyard, winemaking is a family affair. However, the product is top notch.
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