LaBelle Winery is proud to announce having won a Silver Medal at the International Eastern Wine Competition’s 2012 Riesling Championship. Wines were judged from a field of over 800 wines, and LaBelle Winery was the only winery from the New England states to place in the Semi-Dry Riesling category.
On March 30, The Quill is hosting a LaBelle Winery Wine Tasting Dinner that you won’t want to miss! It will be an evening of perfect pairings in a relaxed atmosphere where you will taste fine cuisine prepared by the students, and you can get all of your wine-related questions answered.
For the first time, LaBelle Winery will be home to a vineyard, and we want you to be a part of our exciting expansion! Each member of the Vineyard Club at LaBelle Winery will sponsor a dedicated vine in our new vineyard and be able to watch it grow and flourish for years to come. Be a part of the journey of producing grapes that will become world class quality wine.
Hear Winemaker Amy LaBelle talk about wine, the Winery’s origins, and plans for the future in this audio interview on WZID-FM’s New Hampshire in the Morning.
When LaBelle Winery begins new construction, it’s not your average groundbreaking ceremony. On November 17, LaBelle hosted “The Uncorking of the Land”, to start construction of their new Winery on Route 101 in Amherst.
The final results for 2011 Wine Competitions are in, and LaBelle finished the season with 17 awards including 2 Golds, 5 Silver and 10 Bronze medals!
New stores carrying LaBelle wines… and they’re in Massachusetts! You can now find us at One Stop Liquors in Leominster or North Reading, and Oakdale Liquors in Tewksbury. Happy sipping in MA!