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.
From the New Hampshire Union Leader article: Thursday, Nov. 17, was an important day in New Hampshire wine history. In case you didn’t make it to the event, a groundbreaking was held for the new LaBelle Winery along Route 101 in Amherst, at the old Bragdon Farm.
From the New Hampshire Union Leader article: LaBelle Winery expects to quadruple its capacity for wine making with the opening of a brand new facility — complete with a ballroom — on Route 101 next summer.
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.
Like a fine wine, constructing a new, expanded business location depends on a careful layout, patient development and dashes of creativity on the path to the final product.