Blogger Michelle Griffis attends Chamard Vineyards’ Walden Hill Acorn Pork Dinner; a five-course meal inspired by one of the Clinton winery’s favorite local farms.
In honor of my obsession with Scandal I wanted to put together a “Netflix & Chill” kind of post Olivia might be proud of. So I decided to pair some of our local CT Wine Trail wines with SkinnyPop popcorn (because it’s my fave). Olivia is always pairing her vino and popcorn no matter if she’s happy or sad. So I… Read more »
CT Wine Trail brand manager reflects on her day spent completing the CT Coast & Country Winter Wine Trail, which includes Bishop’s Orchard Winery in Guilford, Gouveia Vineyards, and Paradise Hills Winery & Vineyard in Wallingford.
An annual event at Jonathan Edwards Winery in North Stonington marks the release of their DARK port wine…and so much more. Delectable chocolate truffles and local entertainment from a bygone era. Jazz and burlesque in the barrel room – how dark and decadent!
Blogger Michelle shares highlights from her chocolate, cheese and wine pairing event experience at Chamard Vineyards in Clinton, CT.
Carlo DeVito, blogger of East Coast Wineries, shares an update from his recent visits to Saltwater Farm Vineyards in Stonington and Jonathan Edwards Winery in North Stonington. He masterfully describes various estate-grown wines and informs readers of the background of each vineyard.
Sunset Meadow Vineyards is nestled in the scenic and beautiful Litchfield Hills of Connecticut. Family owned and operated, they grow 14 different varieties of grapes spread over 50 acres of sloping hills. Lauren Scorzafava of Petite in Pearls shares facts and tasting notes about this family vineyard & winery in Goshen.
Michelle Griffis takes a day-trip to Stonington Vineyards and Jonathan Edwards Winery on the southeastern corner of the Trail. See what makes them definitely worth the trip!
Every year Sunset Meadow Vineyard in Goshen holds a “Meet the Grapes” event which allows attendees to get up close and personal with their vines, winemakers, and winery story. The 90-minute tour features a tractor ride throughout most of their 38 planted acres, a Q&A session with the winemakers accompanied by a glass of wine, and a tour of their winemaking areas. Typically hosted in late summer, this is an event you should definitely attend to not only learn about their vineyard and practices, but about winemaking in Connecticut in general.
Christina Musto shares a great recipe for a refreshing Rosé Spritzer. It starts with a bottle of Summer Bouquet Rosé from Rosedale Farms & Vineyards, and ends with a refreshing “Ahhhh.”