A Lakes Region Food Tour, NH Magazine

Posted 07/20/18

A Lakes Region Food Tour

Eat and drink your way through Meredith, Tamworth, Sandwich, Center Harbor and Moultonborough.

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Meredith is celebrating its 250th anniversary this August and looking back, as with most New Hampshire towns, the boom began with mills. John Bond Swasey built an underground canal to power his linen mill and the waterfall. In the spirit of preservation, it remains as part of Mill Falls at the Lake, a retail and hospitality center. There’s no doubt about it — our Lakes Region is just about perfect, with its crystal-clear waters plied by wooden boats, all framed with hazy mountain backdrops and pretty, gem-like historic towns. If you live here (lucky you) or are just passing through, welcome to this side of paradise.

The real historic main street in Meredith is not Route 25, but Main Street just up the hill, running parallel to the thoroughfare. One of the gems on the street is Hermit Woods Winery. Bob Manley, Chuck Lawrence and master winemaker Ken Hardcastle moved operations from a backwoods Sanbornton location to this remodeled facility about four years ago. Last year, they added a spacious deck in front for the perfect place to sample wine. Their offerings are not made from grapes, but the fruits of the state, fermented with wine yeasts and designed to be enjoyed with food…

Visit www.nhampshiremagazine.com to read the rest of the story by Susan Laughlin and see additional pictures!