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100 Wattaquadoc Hill Road
Bolton, MA 01740
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www.nashobawinery.com
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Wine Tasting
Due to COVID please contact winery directly and confirm before visiting
Tasting offered: Yes
Price: $8.00
Mon-Tue: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Wed-Thu: 11:00am - 6:00pm
Fri-Sat: 11:00am - 7:00pm
Sun: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Closed 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

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MaryEllen Borden

Location: MA

Wine: 5 stars Winery: 5 stars Ambiance: 5 starsFeb 03, 2013

Favorite Wine: Blueberry

Love Nashoba Valley Winery. I've been drinking and loving their wine since they were in Concord, Mass.

Wine: 4 stars Winery: 2 stars Ambiance: 1 starsMar 12, 2012

Favorite Wine: Vignoles

Some good wines, some had that fermented smell and taste to them. They do have beers and spirits to taste as well. This is a more "commercialized" place than a little quaint winery. Staff not terribly pleasant both times we visited. More interested in their business/money maker than pleasing customers. Can't get a glass of wine here. You have to purchase a tasting and have them do 5 pours of same wine. Tastings are purchased in one place at the register, done in another. You are handed 5 tickets at the register and have to hand a ticket at the tasing counter for each taste (as if they think you'll pull a fast one on them if they just go off a list like other wineries do). Was just not overall impressed. Also they are open year round, but NO indoor seating at all.

Wine: 2 stars Winery: 3 stars Ambiance: 3 starsJul 21, 2010

Favorite Wine: Vignoles

Being in New England, I only anticipated fruit wines and other related affronts from Nashoba Valley Winery. This venue turned out to be a winery, brewery, distillery, orchard plus a restaurant. I was pleasantly surprised to see that they grow their own Chardonnay, Vignoles, Lemberger and Cabernet Franc grapes plus of course a slew of different fruits. Their Chardonnay was very dry, nutty, and did not hold well on back of the palate. As for their Vignoles, it was a non-offensive fruity yet crisp wine worthy of purchase consideration. The Blueberry Merlot blend characteristics did not compliment each other and had a little unappreciated mustiness. The Dry Blueberry was indeed dry and a successful surprise for a fruit wine. As for their Renaissance red blend (Cab Franc, Lemberger, Merlot), we came away with a flat taste with almost no aromas. Quite disappointing. With twenty-nine different wine/fruit combinations, thirteen spirits and eleven beers, we left with a couple Elephant Hearts (Plum Brandy), a couple set-your-arse-down “Perfect 10” gins, and a genuine five year old Massachusetts Single Malt Whiskey appropriately named Stimulus. We left without NVW’s maple syrupy tasting Northern Comfort cognac and gooder-than-cider 100 percent Neutral Spirits apple vodka. There are tasting fees of $4 for five wines, but you get to keep their enormously tall souvenir glasses that I promise you will not fit in your dishwasher. For an additional $3 fee you get a generous pour of Nashoba’s 5 year-old Stimulus $$ Single Malt Whiskey. Crazy, but a fun place to experience a cross sections of brews, wines, and spirits.

kathleen04

Location: MA

Wine: 4 stars Winery: 4 stars Ambiance: 4 starsApr 28, 2007

Favorite Wine: Sweet Plum

Great fruit wines in a lovely country winery. I also tried the grappa, which tastes like isopropyl alcohol (but it's supposed to be strong like that).

Michael Matczynski

Location: MA

Wine: 4 stars Winery: 5 stars Ambiance: 4 starsMar 03, 2007

Favorite Wine: Raspberry

I visited this winery last weekend and really enjoyed the wines. Nashoba Valley Winery really concentrates on sweet wines, so make sure you focus your 5 tastes on that part of the tasting list. The Raspberry Wine is amazing and you can smell it at a distance!

Wine: 1 stars Winery: 3 stars Ambiance: 3 starsFeb 05, 2007

Favorite Wine: none

Just outside of Boston, this winery is much more focused on apples and tourism than serious wine. Their wines are mostly apple based, and were all much too sweet for my tastes. Still they have a restaurant which is supposed to be quite good (make a rese

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