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Best Spots for Wine in New England

Best Spots for Wine in New England
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With the weather turning colder, it might just be the perfect time to sample some fine wines, then cozy up with your favorite during (or after) dinner. We’ve pulled together a list of our Best Spots for Wine in New England from our 2012 Editors’ Picks. Cheers!

Westport Rivers Vineyard & Winery — Westport, MA
A fortunate vineyard microclimate combines with winemaking expertise and a quarter century of experience to make world-class products. Purchase a glass with the logo and the staff will pour you samples of several vintages.
417 Hixbridge Road. 508-636-3423;

Left Bank RestaurantTyngsboro, MA
The owners of the Stonehedge Inn & Spa have been buying great wines young and aging them for years, resulting in an unparalleled choice of fine vintages at surprisingly modest prices. The contemporary American menu offers something elegant and flavorful to match any bottle.
160 Pawtucket Blvd. 978-649-4400;

Coppa — Boston, MA
Coppa’s extensive and unusual wine list touches all the Italian bases, from Alto Adige in the north (crisp whites) to Sicily in the south (hearty reds). The menu of tasty small plates for shared snacking covers the peninsula as well, from risotto balls and white anchovies to a sea urchin-and-salami panino with mustard seeds. Don’t miss the wood-fired pizzas.
253 Shawmut Ave. 617-391-0902;

Old Vines Wine Bar & Tapas Restaurant — Kennebunk, ME
Mike Farrell renovated an old barn into an Old World-meets-New World European-style wine bar. Complementing the wines, beers, spirits, and cocktails are nibbles, snacks, and small plates with choices such as lobster panini, broiled Maine shrimp and chorizo, and a white gazpacho that will more than satisfy garlic lovers.
173 Port Road, Lower Village. 207-967-2310;

The Fiddlehead Restaurant — Bangor, ME
Chef Melissa Chaiken’s menu changes regularly, but her creative offerings blend Maine and worldly flavors. Co-owner Laura Albin manages the casual dining room. She knows wine and enjoys introducing diners to lesser-known varietals and vintners.
84 Hammond St. 207-942-3336;

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3 Responses to Best Spots for Wine in New England

  1. Cathy @The Daniel Rust House Bed & Breakfast November 13, 2012 at 5:11 pm #

    2 of our favorites up here in northeastern CT….The always romantic & relaxing Altnaveigh Inn in Storrs and Cavey’s in Manchester…downstairs at Cavey’s in the French restaurant is particulary superb.

  2. devan November 13, 2012 at 11:56 pm #

    Westport Rivers is Westport MA .

    • Aimee Seavey November 20, 2012 at 10:57 am #

      Thanks for the catch, Devan! We’ve updated the info!

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