LaBelle Winery

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Where has the time gone? Although we're already looking ahead to the crisp New England days of Autumn, there's still some Summer fun left to be had. Read on for all the details!

We Are Releasing Two New Wine Varieties, & You're Invited to Taste Them!

We're celebrating the Labor Day holiday by introducing our two newest wine varieties, Chardonnay & Tempest.

“Our highly-anticipated Chardonnay is a traditional grape wine,” says owner and winemaker Amy LaBelle, “to which we’ve added the cold-hardy grape Vidal Blanc, which gives it balance and the New England character that we seek to bring to all our wines.”

“Tempest is an exciting new addition to our portfolio,” adds LaBelle. “It’s our second sparkling wine and it is a deliciously sweet blend of our Red Raspberry & Seyval Blanc wines. The bubbles add a light crispness to the raspberry flavor that makes Tempest a refreshing, easy-to-drink sparkling wine.”

You are invited to come to the Tasting Room from 11am - 2pm on Monday, September 2, 2013 to sample both new wines, free of charge.

LaBelle Wines are Gluten-Free!

LaBelle Wines are Gluten-Free!

We have good news for wine lovers who avoid gluten! We have tested all the wines in our collection, and they have all been certified as gluten-free! So go ahead: sample & sip LaBelle Winery wines, worry-free!

Upcoming Events:

Sunday Art Talk Series:

This fall, we've partnered with the New Hampshire Institute of Art to bring three excellent speakers to the winery for special presentations. Patrick McCay, Fine Arts Chairperson at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, kicks off the series with "You Paid $400,000 for That?" These events are free of charge. Learn more here.

Harvest Wine Dinner:

Greet Autumn with all its savory delights on September 20th, 6pm-9pm. Price is $65/person and includes wine (tax & gratuity not included). Call the Tasting Room at (603) 672-9898 xt. 1 to make your reservation! View the delicious menu here.

Introduction to Wine Series:

In a two-part series, learn from winemaker Amy LaBelle for a class focused on the basics of how wine is made and how to taste it.  White Wine: September 18, from 6pm - 8pm. Red Wine: September 25, from 6pm - 8pm.

Recent Happenings at the Winery:

NHPR: Blossoming Wine Industry Relies On More Than Hardy Grapes To Survive

Heard on NHPR: Blossoming Wine Industry Relies On More Than Hardy Grapes To Survive

In 2005, New Hampshire had 15 wineries. Today, that number has doubled, feeding a multi-million-dollar industry that’s growing at 20 percent a year. Visitors who walk into the upscale café and tasting room at LaBelle Winery in Amherst quickly imbibe the aromas of ripened fruit and aging oak. (Photo Credit: Sheryl Rich-Kern)

Click here to read the full article or hear the radio spot!