Edible New Hampshire Features Story: LaBelle Winery A True Labor of Love

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Labelle Winery – A True Labor of Love

BY LAURA HOEPPER / PHOTOGRAPHY BY JENNIFER BAKOS  |  FEBRUARY 27, 2017
Whether you are looking for a delectable bottle of wine, a French bistro-inspired bite, or a walk through an impressive art gallery, Labelle Winery has it all. While many American vineyards use chemicals in their product, says Amy Labelle, coowner of Labelle Winery, “our wine is practically hangover-free; much more European and pure.” Labelle Winery had a modest beginning at Alyson’s Orchard in Walpole, New Hampshire, barely making 400 gallons of wine per year. Now, their new location in Amherst has giant tanks producing at least 80,000 gallons of wine annually. It is not just a winery; it is undeniably a couple’s labor of love.  Read the full story here.