|Maine Wines & Vineyards|
|Although Maine is New England's most northerly state, it is still quite capable of producing fine wines, thanks in part to its long coastline and moderating ocean climate.|
The other necessity is the latest grapevine varieties, both vinifera and hybrid, that have been developed precisely for the vineyard microclimates of Maine. These are proving surprisingly successful.
Wines made from other fruits, especially Maine blueberries, are also prominent in the wineries.
Mainers and visitors need good wines to go with all that seafood (especially lobsters) that comes from Maine's waters, and the game harvested from Maine's forests.
175 Chicken Mill Pond Road, Gouldsboro ME 04607 (tel. 207-546-2408, email@example.com)
967 Quaker Ridge Road (PO Box 86), South Casco ME 04077 (tel. 207-655-3292, firstname.lastname@example.org)
35 Ash Point Drive, Owls Head ME 04854 (tel.
367 Youngtown Road, Lincolnville ME 04849
(tel. 207-763-4478, email@example.com)
1069 Mullen Road (ME Route 222), Stetson ME 04488 (tel. 207-296-2226, firstname.lastname@example.org)
929 Oyster River Road (at US 1: map),
Warren ME 04861 (tel. 207-273-2998)
318 Orrills Hill Rd, Lebanon ME 04027 (tel. 207-651-9335, email@example.com)
174 Barrett Hill Road, Union ME 04862
(tel. 207-785-2828, firstname.lastname@example.org)
158 Eastbrook Road (Me Route 200), Franklin ME 04634 (tel. 207-565-2312)
Sow's Ear Winery
303 Coastal Road, (ME Route 176,
between Herrick Road and Norumbega Road), Brooksville
ME 04617-3705 (tel. 207-326-4649)
347 Carroll Road, Union ME 04862 (tel.
279 South Main Street, Winterport
ME 04496 (tel. 207-223-4500, email@example.com)
Want something good to nibble with your Maine wine? Have a look at the artisanal cheesemakers who are members of the Maine Cheese Guild.