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Hermit Woods Winery presents New Hampshire’s only kiwi wine

By Laura Mccrystal / Monitor staff
Created 06/15/2011 – 00:00

VISITORS TO the Hermit Woods Winery will soon be able to taste and buy the only kiwi wine made in New Hampshire.

Owner Bob Manley said the winery, which is set to open June 25 on Taylor Road in Sanbornton, will feature many nontraditional wines made from regional fruits.

“Kiwi has turned out to be one of our most interesting wines,” Manley said. “At the moment I am not aware of anybody anywhere who makes kiwi wine.”

While New England may not be known for its wines, Manley said many wineries have opened in the past several years in the region. He said producing new kinds of wine at Hermit Woods is an opportunity to create a niche in the wine market.

“Our mission is to help people understand that the kinds of wines that can be made here in New Hampshire . . . can be every bit as interesting as wine from any other region of the world if you just give it a chance and you make it the right way,” Manley said.

Hermit Woods will be open weekends from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday through Friday from 1 to 5 p.m. beginning June 25. Customers can taste and purchase wine in the tasting room, and tours of the winery and vineyard will be available by request.

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