One of the oldest working farms in Connecticut, situated in the Berkshire foothills, this winery produces both grape and fruit wines.Read More
One of the oldest working farms in Connecticut, situated in the Berkshire foothills, this winery produces both grape and fruit wines. It is a nationally recognized bicentennial farm and has been owned and operated by the Adam Family since 1780. For more than 11 generations, its serence setting before the beautiful Canaan Mountain along side the Blackberry River has brought peace and relaxation to all visitors.
In the seasonal tasting room, visitors can sample the wines, which include: Bianca, Corot Noir, Marquette, Peach, Raspberry and Blueberry Raspberry Medley. In addition to wine, the farm offers other Connecticut-grown products, such as: maple syrup, yarn, fresh farm eggs and handmade wreaths originated on the premises. Picnicking and sightseeing is encouraged. Private fly-fishing instruction by ORVIS is offered by appointment.
Local attractions include the historic Beckley Furnace which is Connecticut's best preserved example of iron making technology and is part of the National Register of Historic Places. While in the area, be sure to stop at Freunds Farm Market and Bakery and explore the beautiful Campbell Falls State Park, Dennis Hill and Haystack Mountain. For dining and entertainment, visit the Infinity Music Hall and Bistro in Norfolk.
Tour time: 45 minutes.
Other amenities: Parking.
Pricing: Tasting fee $5.
Other Amenities: ADA Compliant, Bus Parking, Gift Shop, Pet Friendly
Dates of Operation: Apr. to mid-Nov.: Sat.–Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Open Fri. Memorial Day to Labor Day.