Nashoba Valley Winery is a really cool winery in Bolton Ma. Ron and I had been there before in the Fall for Sunday Brunch at the restaurant and then a tasting. When we went on a sunday in the fall the place was PACKED with people and it was crazy. It was so different on a monday in summer. We went at a great time and there was only another 2 couples in the whole place.
The building inside is a large great room with wall to wall bottles of wine and a small bar for tastings.
The tasting is really good deal. You get to try 5 wines and keep the glass for only $4.00
They grow apples, peaches and plums as well as grapes on the property so they make some really different flavored wines. I tried the Vignoles, Strawberry Rubarb, Dry Pear, Semi Sweet Blueberry and Cyser.
We bought a bottle of Vignoles. From the Website~Produced as a dry wine, our estate Vignoles is rich with tropical notes of pineapple, melon, honey and citrus. A soft and subtle approach finishes with a lingering hint of green apple and a lush display of fruit.
We sat out on the porch and grabbed the cooler from the car. There is a great view of the orchards and a perfect grape-vine covering the veranda.
We split a turkey avocado and a chicken salad sandwich. Paired perfect with the crisp white wine.
Ron enjoying his wine.
I love this place. We are going back in the fall for some apple picking.(and drinking) Who is coming with us?