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New Hampshire Wineries and Vineyards

Tour a winery and learn how wine is made during your visit to New Hampshire. Here's your guide to the state's wineries and vineyards.

Candia Vineyards
This winery in Candia, New Hampshire, may be one of the smallest in the country, but it has big goals for putting New Hampshire on the wine-making map.

Flag Hill Winery & Vineyard
When you visit this Lee, New Hampshire, winery Wednesday through Sunday, you’ll have a chance to sample wines and shop for gifts, and on weekends, visitors can view the entire wine making process, from grape growing, to aging, to bottling. The winery produces more than 15 varieties of red and white wines.

Jewell Towne Vineyards
Located in South Hampton, New Hampshire's oldest winery is less than an hour's drive from Boston. Visit Wednesday through Sunday for free tours and tastings of some of Jewell Towne's award-winning wines.

Zorvino Vineyards
Enjoy a touch of Tuscany in New England when you visit this Sandown, New Hampshire, winery, which makes its own reds and whites.

New England Wineries Guide
Find wineries in all six New England states with this guide to the region's vineyards open to the public for tours and tastings.

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