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
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
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
The Boston Globe Magazine names LaBelle Winery one of fifteen great places to tie the knot in New England!
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.
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.
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)
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.
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.'”