Things at LaBelle are not always what they appear, and this makes it fun. The winery offers a flight of three wines, in 3 ounce pours so you can sample several of them. They have a suggested flight of three reds and three whites, or you can pick your own.
from The Union Leader article:
It has all come together — the brand new LaBelle Winery is open on Route 101 in Amherst, and the 11th of this month saw the official ribbon cutting on a festive, clear and crisp day. Amy LaBelle and Cesar Arboleda have worked long and hard to make their dream a reality, and they have created a beautiful place — rolling hills, vines, and of course, the winery, in a building designed to be a combination of tradition and innovation.
from The Hippo’s article:
LaBelle Winery owner Amy LaBelle’s grand opening on Oct. 3 in Amherst came at a great time for fall wines. “Fall brings a renewed interest in wine each year. With our innovative blends, I notice a curiosity in the customers, and we have a lot of different varieties for them to try,” LaBelle said.
Have you visited the new LaBelle Winery yet? Co-owner and Winemaker Amy LaBelle joined her husband Cesar Arboleda, Co-owner and cellar master, in cutting the ribbon of their new LaBelle Winery location in Amherst.
From the New Hampshire Union Leader article: Standing outside of the nearly finished 20,000-square-feet facility, LaBelle said last week that her American dream has finally come true.
The grapes are planted, the building is almost complete and the finishing touches are just ahead for the new Labelle Winery in Amherst.
As she prepares to move her winery to new, larger quarters, Amy LaBelle is looking to the future with great confidence, convinced that she, her husband, and the LaBelle Winery staff are doing everything possible to make their business a success.
Labelle Winery will soon have a new home, but the best part of the business has been making an appearance over the past month.
Amy LaBelle is glowing, and why not? She is surrounded by smiling people sipping her wines under white tents and a gorgeous blue sky.
“What California set out to do 50 years ago — make wines that could hold their own against the wines of Europe – is happening out in Amherst right now.” – Jim Beauregard