The Connecticut Wine Trail announced its Winter Wine Trail program for 2022.
Those who check off all 12 participating wineries are eligible to win prizes valued at more than $5,000.
"The Winter Wine Trail offers a fun and exciting way for residents and visitors to try fantastic wines amid the beautiful backdrops of our member wineries,” Margaret Ruggerio of The Connecticut Wine Trail and co-owner of Paradise Hills Vineyard and Winery said in a news release. “The Winter Wine Trail is the perfect excuse to explore the Connecticut countryside, stroll the beautiful vistas and sip and swirl your way through the winter. Grab your coat and a friend and get out to explore some of the best wine our state has to offer.”
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This year’s CT Winter Wine Trail Passport participants include:
- Aquila’s Nest Vineyards (Sandy Hook)
- Bishop’s Orchards (Guilford)
- Gouveia Vineyards (Wallingford)
- Hawk Ridge Winery (Watertown)
- Hopkins Vineyard (Warren)
- Jonathan Edwards Winery (North Stonington)
- Paradise Hills Vineyards (Wallingford)
- Priam Vineyards (Colchester)
- Sharpe Hill Vineyard (Pomfret)
- Stonington Vineyards (Stonington)
- Sunset Meadow Vineyards (Goshen)
- Taylor Brooke Winery (Woodstock)
A full list of prizes will be announced soon. Contact email@example.com for more details.