Eagle Tribune – Pastry, Pilsner & Pinot: NH entrepreneurs tell about climbing ladder of success
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By Doug Ireland, Mar 31, 2016   For years, Peter Egelston, Amy LaBelle and Cort Mendez put in long hours on the job each day while working for other people. Egelston was a high school teacher, LaBelle was a corporate lawyer … Read More

Union Leader: LaBelle winery filtering its way to better vino product
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By Kimberly Houghton, Sunday News Correspondent  MARCH 12, 2016 Amy LaBelle of LaBelle Winery in Amherst is praising a new filtration system that was recently installed at her facility to help streamline the wine filtration process and improve the quality … Read More

Podcast featuring Amy LaBelle
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In a recent podcast with Mike Morin, Amy LaBelle discusses her journey From attorney to vintner. A vacation visit to a Nova Scotia winery changed attorney Amy LaBelle’s life forever. Hopelessly hooked on making wine, her first batch was a … Read More

Boston Globe Magazine Highlights LaBelle Winery as Prime NE Wedding Spot
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The Boston Globe Magazine names LaBelle Winery one of fifteen great places to tie the knot in New England!

LaBelle Winery One of USA’s “Top Wineries & Breweries Worth Traveling For”
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from TripAdvisor.com’s TripKey Blog:
We’ve searched through every state in the U.S. to find the top brewery or winery currently operating.

Union Leader: Construction firm wins award for winery project
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Local construction firm Fulcrum Associates is receiving an award and major kudos for its work on the new LaBelle Winery and event center along Route 101.

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

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Vineyard at home? Face the cold facts of growing grapes in NH
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Amy LaBelle was recently quoted in a Union Leader article about growing grapes in New Hampshire!

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Nashua hosts Small Business Awards, recognizes Labelle Winery of Amherst
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excerpt from the Nashua Telegraph:

NASHUA – The Gate City hosted the U.S. Small Business Administration’s “Small Business Awards” on Wednesday evening, where the group named Amy Labelle, of Labelle Winery in Amherst, as the “Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year.

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Amy LaBelle Named One of 2013’s Remarkable Women
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from the NH Magazine article:

“Passion can come out of nowhere, as proven by Amy Labelle, winemaker and owner of Labelle Winery, now housed in a beautiful new building in Amherst. ‘I practiced law for 16 years before one experience made me suddenly realize that everything was about to change,’ she says. At a winery in Canada, Amy can’t explain the overwhelming goosebumps she experienced, saying only that ‘I just knew that I had to make wine.'”

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