|New Hampshire Wines Vineyards|
|Although it has only a short seacoast, New Hampshire has a surprising number of vineyards. No need for moderating sea breezes if you know how to do it right.|
Try these New Hampshire vineyards and wineries:
289 New Road, Salisbur NH 03268 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Candia NH (tel. 603-867-9751, email@example.com)
Poverty Lane Orchards, Lebanon NH
Lee NH (tel. 603-659-2949, firstname.lastname@example.org)
112 Daniel Webster Highway South, Nashua
NH 03060 (tel. 603-891-2477)
77 Oak Ridge Drive (PO Box 219),
183 Whitehall Road, South
Hampton NH 03827 (tel. 603-394-0600, email@example.com)
345 Route 101, Amherst, NH 03031 (tel. 603-672-9898 x1). This 11-acre winery features dry and semi-dry, semi-sweet, dessert and sparkling wines made from grapes and other fruits, weekend winery tours, monthly cooking-with-wine classes, its own recipes, a kitchen equipment shop, the Bistro at LaBelle Winery, and special wine events.
Mead is wine made from honey,
an ancient beverage now made with passion
and pride at the Moonlight Meadery (tel.
in Londonderry NH.
223 South Road, Lempster NH 03605 (tel. 603-477-2026, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Stone Gate Vineyard
27 David Lewis Road, Gilford NH 03246 (tel. 603-524-1655, email@example.com)
2724 White Mountain Highway, North Conway NH 03860 (tel. 603-356-9463)
114 Barnett Hill Road, Walpole NH 03608 (tel. 603-756-3948, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sandown NH (tel. 603-887-8463)