My friend brought me to this winery because we were looking for something fun to do on a weekend in VT. I have to say that I really liked all of the wines I tasted during the tastings...
For $6, you could try 7 wines and bring home one of their wine glasses. My very favorites were the Vermont Maple Reserve and the Rhubarb wine, but I liked them all. I got to try a few others as well because I tried some that my friend chose...for reds she liked the Barnyard Red and I liked the Riverbend Red. For Fruit Wines I liked the Maple, the Rhubarb and we both liked the Blueberry. We didnt get to try the Cranberry but we heard another saying they liked it. For Dessert Wines, we liked the Cassis (goes with chocolate), the Vermont Ice and The VT Ice Red, and lastly, I liked the VT Iced Cider.
Seriously, it must be the wines in this area because I have been going to wineries all over Long Island NY and Ithaca NY and usually will only enjoy 1 or 2 at most. This winery and one other called Vignoble Clos du roc Noir just over the border into Quebec both have the most delicious wines I've tasted in a long time!!!
They also offer a lunch that includes six cheeses, peppered salami, fruit, a truffle and some french bread for $20...you get to eat it out on the patio overlooking the countryside...worth the visit!