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!
In this edition of “Winemaker Profile,” Kristen Parsons talks about how family tradition set her on her winemaking path. Through hard work, perseverance, and her passion for wine Kristen was able to position herself to achieve her winemaking goals. Christina Musto tells us her story and a bit more about Chamard Vineyards in Clinton.
Christina Musto shares her experience at the 2016 CT Wine Festival – “It rolls out a great spread for you to enjoy.” There really is something for every 21+ attendee to enjoy – delicious wine, tasty food, fun events and interesting artisan booths.
Summertime means warm weather, beach fun, and of course – the Connecticut Wine Festival. The CT Wine Festival attracts wine lovers from across the Nutmeg state with the promise of plentiful wine tastings, unique food, and the all-important stamp on the Connecticut Wine Passport. While the tastings are the main attraction, the festival has something for everyone.
A Connecticut vineyard is a great place to take your engagement photos. With so many beautiful vineyards across the state, there is definitely one within a short distance from you. Whether you love wine or not, the scenery at our local wineries is vast and stunning. From the vines themselves, to luscious trees, rustic buildings and sometimes ponds, picnic areas, gardens, and flower fields you’ll have a wide variety of backdrops to choose from.
In this edition of “Winemaker Profile,” George Motel Jr. talks about his dual experiences as a viticulturist and winemaker. George is second generation in the family business and proves that hard work in the vineyard translates to delicious wines in the tasting room.