LaBelle Winery building new facility

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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.

Jim Beauregard Praises Our Americus

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“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

Pulling the Cork on a New Winery

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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.

LaBelle Winery ferments success

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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.

Hot Wines, Cold Climate

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A look at New Hampshire’s chilly but growing wine industry: While the grapes may not always be grown here, the art and science of wine-making are alive in the Granite State and the interest continues to increase statewide.

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