Author: Mary Brodeur

Winter is Better with Wine

Have you picked up your CT Winter Wine Trail passport yet? You can pick one up at any of this year’s Winter Wine Trail 14 participating members for free! Get your passport card stamped at each winery to enter to win one of a wide variety of prizes—totaling over $5,000. The CT Winter Wine Trail passport… Read more »

National Give a Wine Club Day

National Give a Wine Club Day falls on December 15, 2017, and celebrates gifting wine clubs over all else to those 21+ to support agriculture and the art of winemaking. Wine clubs give the recipient flexibility to try new wines, order their favorites, or get limited vintages before the general public. Often customizable via different tiers – you pick the type of club/wines included, the number of bottles, shipping preferences and frequency, and more – there is a type of wine club for every palate and budget. In this post, we explore Wine Club offerings at Connecticut wineries.

Perfect Wine & Pumpkin Pairings

Autumn means many things. Our favorites: harvest season, peeping foliage, apple picking, and a new wealth of cool-weather vegetables that have appeared to create some perfect pairing dishes. We love sweet potatoes, acorn and butternut squashes, but pumpkin is an easy pick because of its versatility. Find out some of our favorite pumpkin and wine pairings right here.

​CT Wineries​ Prep for Harvest

Harvest season is easily the busiest time of year for Connecticut Wineries: the weather is a little cooler, the vineyards are lush and full of ripe grapes, and wineries are bustling with activity. During this time, we reached out to some of the CT Wine Trail wineries to see what their harvest traditions are and when this annual process takes place in the northeast.

Happy 30 Years to Stonington Vineyards

Blogger Michelle Griffis highlights Stonington Vineyards’ 30th Birthday Celebration on July 22 – a day of live music, food trucks, party hats and wine, of course! Make sure to visit Stonington Vineyards soon and congratulate them on their three decades of winemaking in Connecticut!