This week I wanted to share some of the best local wine I’ve found. What I love about New England and in particular Massachusetts, is the passion to support local businesses. There is an abundance of independent businesses and we try to support as many as we can. I had the pleasure of visiting the Nashoba Valley Winery for my dear friend Emily’s pre-Wedding festivities. It’s located in scenic Bolton, MA. We visited the winery back in October while the foliage was just breathtaking. But honestly, I think it would be beautiful during any season. The wines that are produced there are a bit different as they focus on non-grape wines that are made with local fruit. They do offer some traditional wines made with local New England grapes as well. The list of wine they offer is great and they are all delicious. My favorite, pictured above, was the Cranberry Apple (off dry and semi-sweet) and absolutely delicious. We served this over Thanksgiving and it was a hit!
We had so much fun during the wine tasting. The samples were generous and they were really helpful suggesting various wines based off what we liked. We enjoyed lunch at J’s restaurant. The menu is largely based on seasonal/local produce. It’s a great farm to table experience. I would encourage anyone looking for a nice spot to sample some great wine and enjoy a great meal with very scenic views to check out Nashoba Valley Winery. You will not be disappointed!
Note this post was not sponsored and all opinions expressed here are my own. I love supporting local business and sharing some of the great spots I’ve found in New England.