Sharpe Hill

Although growing grapes in northeastern Connecticut provides us with some unusual challenges such as a shorter growing seasons and harsh winter weather, our vineyard (which is situated on a 700 foot slope) provides us with a microclimate that mimics many of the wine regions of Europe. In fact, our latitudinal location is comparable to that of Rome, Italy. Our vineyard's microclimate affords us the luxury of growing such vinifera grapes as Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc. We planted our first grapevines in 1992. By the spring of 2003 the vineyard will consist of 20 acres which include plantings of Chardonnay, Melon de Bourgogne, Pinot Blanc, and Vignoles for white wines; and Cabernet Franc, Carmine and St. Criox for red wine. We will continue our vineyard expansion program over the next several years.
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