New Hampshire Wine and Cheese Trail

  • When thinking of New Hampshire, your first thought probably goes to the White Mountains and Hiking.

A little known secret of New Hampshire is that its country side boasts beautiful Vineyards, apple orchards and rustic farms.  Picture perfect Pastures, home to grass-fed cows and hand-milked goats, lure you to experience the culinary wonders of the areas, – wine and cheese, a match made in heaven.

New Hampshire offers 3 itineraries that will give you the opportunity to meet the winemakers and dairy farmers who supply local markets and you will quickly appreciate their passion for farming.  In addition you will be able to savor New Hampshire’s stunning scenery, history, as well as the great food that is produced in New Hampshire.

During your  stay at the Manor On Golden Pond we would be happy to map out an itinerary that will give you a small sampling of what New Hampshire has to offer.  And after a day of exploring you can enjoy New Hampshire’s finest products in the Van Horn Dining Room or M Bistro.

In the Lakes Region your tour will include  Stone Gate Vineyards in Gilford who produces wine from native and French cold climate grapes.   A few of their popular wines are Aurore, Merechal Foch, Leon Millett and Seybal.

With dramatic vista views along the northern edge of Lake Winnipesaukee to The Sandwich Creamery,  in Center Sandwich.  The small creamery produces cow’s milk farm-stead cheeses in many varieties – aged raw milk cheddar, brie, caerphilly, to name just a few.  They have thirty flavors of fresh ice cream and sorbets to enjoy while relaxing in the colorful flower gardens.

In Gilmanton Iron Works,Heart Song Farm Offers fresh and mold ripened goat cheeses, fresh eggs and goat meat.  Baby goats make visits to this scenic setting fun for the whole family.

Continue around the southeast of Lake Winnepausaukee to Via Lactea Farm in Brookfield, a classic farm store and goat dairy.  Products include chevre, feta, aged cheeses, yogurt and raw milk.

So come and explore the treasures in the country side of New Hampshire for a unique country experience for a Wine and Cheese Trail Getaway at the Manor On Golden Pond

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2 Responses to “New Hampshire Wine and Cheese Trail”

  1. Andrew Pelt Says:

    There is obviously a lot to know about this. I think you made some good points in Features also.Keep working ,great job!

  2. Eric Wiswall Says:

    If you’re looking for another winery in the area, check out Haunting Whisper Vineyards located in Danbury, NH. Our 75 acre property overlooks Ragged Mountain and Mount Kearsarge. We are open Wed-Sun 12-5 pm for winery/vineyard tours and complimentary wine tasting.

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