We're a craft winery firmly committed to tradition--when we're not busy overturning it.
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Diane and Chuck of Apple Hill Farm always knew they wanted to be farmers. They started off growing apples for wholesale, but mainstream monoculture wasn’t for them. They decided to be different.

They adopted new trellising methods, changed their business model to small buyers and pick-your-own, and replanted their orchard with old varieties of apple tree. Now they grow thirty acres of apples with different tastes, purposes, and callings. One is the Kingston Black we use in our cider. We like to think of it as a unique variety of apple from a unique variety of human.

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Steve Cybulski believes in following your own road. His road has led through many twists and turns to a small plot of land in Contookoo, NH, where he now reigns as King of Mustard and the uncrowned Prince of Rhubarb. 

It’s here that he makes his award-winning Blackwater mustard. And it’s here, with the help of seaweed from the coast, that he’s cultivated an exceptionally fertile rhubarb patch. When the rhubarb is ready for harvest, he drives it over. Within a few hours, it’s fermenting in our cellars on its own journey into one of our wines.

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Courtesy of the Wild Blueberry Association of North America

It takes a firm hand to tame the wild blueberry. Unlike their cultivated cousins, wild blueberries grow low to the ground and often have to be hand raked. As Todd Merrill of Merrill Blueberry Farm puts it, Wild blueberry season is tough. We work very, very hard, 15 hours a day, 7 days a week with no time for a haircut. 

Todd left the corporate world behind and returned to the family farm to wrangle these small wayward berries, genetically complex and rich in flavor. A pound of them goes into each of our bottles of blueberry wine.

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Alyson’s Orchard
15 Wentworth Road
Walpole, NH

Dolgo crabapples & quince

Apple Hill Farm
580 Mountain Road
Concord, NH 03301

Sweet & heirloom ciders Kingston Black apples

Autumnview Farm
1010 Upper City Road Pittsfield, NH 03263

Black raspberries & tomatoes

Brookdale Farm
41 Broad Street
Hollis, NH 03049

Peaches & plums

Cape Cod Select
289 MacArthur Drive
New Bedford, MA 02740


Steve Cybulski
120 Tyler Road
Contoocook, NH 03229


Dixieland Farm
P.O. Box 97
Norman, AR 71960


Hall Apiary
374 NH-12A
Plainfield, NH 03781


Hemingway Farms
1815 Claremont Road Charlestown, NH 03603


Merrill Blueberry Farm
63 Thorsen Road
Hancock, ME 04640

Wild blueberries

Gino Pinto
NJ Farm Broker


Scott Farm
707 Kipling Road Dummerston, VT 05301

Dolgo crabapples

Stone Mountain Farms
522 Laconia Road
Belmont, NH 03220

Dolgo crabapples

Wayside Farm & Great Northern Berries
506 Whiteface Road
North Sandwich, NH 03259

Honeyberries, straw- berries & raspberries

Woodman Research Farm
70 Spinney Lane
Durham, NH 03824

Kiwi Berries

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