Wednesday, September 23, 2009

The Long and "Wining" Road in Connecticut


Bookmark and ShareOne of our Twitter followers, http://twitter.com/RuthieB2, just gave us a great autumn tip, stating the "Connecticut Wine Trail is a fantastic trip for a cool fall day."

The Connecticut Wine Trail takes visitors through 20 vineyards in some of Connecticut's most picturesque towns. This eastern and western Connecticut excursion offers award-winning wines. All wineries are members of the Connecticut Vineyard and Winery Association.

The wineries include:
Bishop's Orchards Winery and Farm Market, Guilford
Chamard Vineyards, Clinton
DiGrazia Vineyards, Brookfield
Gouveia Vineyards, Wallingford
Haight-Brown Vineyards. Litchfield
Heritage Trail Vineyards, Lisbon
Hopkins Vineyard, New Preston
Jerram Winery, New Hartford
Jonathan Edwards Winery, North Stonington
Jones Winery, Shelton
Land of Nod Winery, East Canaan
Maugle Sierra Vineyards, Ledyard
McLaughlin Vineyards, Sandy Hook
Miranda Vineyard, Goshen
Priam Vineyards, Colchester
Rosedale Farms & Vineyard, Simsbury
Sharpe Hill Vineyard, Pomfret
Stonington Vineyards, Stonington
Sunset Meadow Vineyards, Goshen
White Silo Winery, Sherman

For more information on to create your own wine tour, we recommend visiting the Connecticut Wine Trail Web Site.

Editor's note: If you have any fall tips, please email us at The Weekly New England Travel and Vacation Gazette. To access our New England travel tips and updates on Twitter, visit our New England Info page.


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