- 297 North River Road
Lee, NH 03824
- Wine Tasting
- Tasting offered: Yes
- Price: $5.00
- Mon-Tue: No hours specified
- Wed-Sun: 11:00am - 5:00pm
- Closed on some holidays.
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Wine: Winery: Ambiance: Jul 29, 2010
Tasted 6 wines. Not very impressed. Did not see vineyard.
Wine: Winery: Ambiance: Jul 26, 2010
Favorite Wine: De Chaunac
(I wonder if the previous 'dragonfly' journal came from an employee) During our travels, we encountered a highway sign encouraging us to turn and visit Flag Hill Winery, New Hampshire’s largest winery started in 1990 and growing six varieties of grapes. Nice setting, but we drove in at a busy weekend time. We were fourteen at the tasting bar (a bit crowded to say the least) and other customers in the store being served by only two hostesses. Our hostess’ jokes made it hard to understand if there was a tasting fee and if you were going to taste either / or / both wines and spirits. Then there was the issue of no tasting sheets with descriptions, selections, or personal writing notes. It was interesting that they served only wines that they grew locally. Unfortunately, the Cayuga had no finish as could be found up the road at Stone Gate Winery. An anticipated Marechal Foch had a nice aroma, was inky black in color, but flat in taste. Strike one, strike two, and now for the final pitch of our tasting, - a De Chaunac (an 1860 French-American hybrid) wine had a long finish with hints of black cherry. A new taste for us.
Wine: Winery: Ambiance: May 10, 2007
Favorite Wine: There is more than one wine I like from this winery
This winery/vineyard is picturesque and very rustic. It was once a dairy farm and they renovated the barn to be used as the tasting room, for the wine :-), a dining room, which serves excellent meals on the weekends and they added a distillery recently that makes some awesome vodka and liqueurs. They make some fruits wines as well as the grape wines, even though grapes are a fruit, but these fruit wines are from peaches, blueberries, and cranberries. They're all good, yet you will have to go there and taste for yourself. They even will host your wedding and/or wedding dinner, outside with a magnificent view over looking their vineyards. It is worth the trip and gets a five star rating in my book!!
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