New England Wineries



Cape Cod Winery
Cape Cod Winery has have planted 6 varieties of wine grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Pinot Grigio, Seyval and Vidal. They produce 1500 cases of wine annually, and recently won a Bronze medal for their Nobska Red wine.

Chicama Vineyards
Located on Martha's Vineyard, this lovely winery has quite a large selection of wines. Chardonnays, Zinfandels, Merlot, sparkling wine and others are available. They create custom labels, and even have food items!

Via Vineyards
Via Vineyards is in Raynam and has four wines - a cranberry/Cayuga blend, a dry and semi-dry Cayuga, and a red made from Californian grapes. Stop by and see their selection of foods and artwork!

Goodale Orchards
The winery began about 10 years ago with the acquisition of a farm winery license and the introduction of hard ciders, still and sparkling... dry and sweet. Since then they have added many fruit wines.

Mellea Winery
A gorgeous farm area is the setting for this Connecticut winery. They produce a Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, blends with Seyval-Vidal and Cayuga Grapes, and even Cranberry wines. Quite a good selection.

Nantucket Vineyards
Whites, Reds and Rose wines since 1981, created on a charming island off Cape Cod, Massachusetts. They even have sparkling wines!

Nashoba Valley Winery
A hugely popular orchard and vineyard in Massachusetts. Nashoba wins awards constantly with its fruit wines. Its blueberry port, Azule, wins many awards each year, and its blueberry reserve can replace a red with ease.

West County Winery West County Winery
Tucked in the hills of the Berkshires, these guys make excellent ciders, peach wines, you name it! Definitely worth a visit.

Westport Rivers Winery
World-class sparkling wines are just one facet of this gorgeous winery in southern MA. Their tour steps through each phase of creating a sparkling wine, and they have just begun brewing beer as well


DiGrazia Winery
DiGrazia Vineyards was initiated in 1978 with the planting of a forty-five acre vineyard. The winery was founded in 1984, with an initial release of four brands of wine. Since that time, annual production has reached seven thousand cases, with twenty-three different brands of wine.

Sharpe Hill Vineyards
Located in Pomfret, Connecticut, this winery has a beautiful outdoor patio and restaurant area. Their Cabernet Franc is quite good.

Stonington Winery
By-the-ocean vineyard with lovely Chardonnays in Stonington, CT. Their site is a perfect one for weddings, and they have art on display from various artists.

Rhode Island

Greenvale Vineyards
Greenvale Vineyards is in its second year as a winery operation and in its 17th year as a vineyard operation. The Parker family built the "Ferme Orne" throughout the 1860's. The wines are said to be excellent examples of temperate climate wines, something the Parkers have been working towards for many years.

Newport Vineyards
Just planted in 1977, Newport Vineyards has an amazing selection of wines for such a new vineyard! Great White is a crowd pleaser, and their port is smooth and sweet. Fourteen varieties make this a great stop any time you head towards Newport.

Sakonnet Vineyards
Located in Little Compton, RI, Sakonnet was founded in 1975. Wine production has climbed to over 50,000 cases annually. They grow Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc and Vidal Blanc.


Boyden Valley Winery
Visit Vermont's Boyden Valley Winery for wine tasting and tours, the Artisans Gallery and Giftshop with Vermont specialty products, and the Historic Furniture Loft. Located in a restored 1878 carriage barn at a working dairy farm, enjoy a variety of touring opportunities.

Snow Farm Winery
What you'll see at the vineyard began as a dream and a passion in 1995 - the fierce desire to keep land agricultural in Vermont