Sunday Brunch, Wine Tasting, or Three-Pack of Wine Bottles at Gilmanton Winery and Vineyard (Up to 34% Off)

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Customer Reviews

98 Ratings

This place was wonderful. The deck overlooking the Vineyard was quiet and wonderful. The food was excellent, the bacon was amazing! I highly recommend it and I hope to come back for some of the other events!
Dana B. · October 18, 2017
Best experience we have had at a winery- great deal! Friendly staff, and great atmosphere
Christopher C. · October 13, 2017
It was a lovely small vineyard in a beautiful country setting. Would have liked more wines with oak. Still a quaint and special place.
Debbie C. · October 3, 2017

What You'll Get


Choose From Three Options

  • $23 for Sunday Brunch for two ($31.98 value)
  • $23 for a wine tasting for two plus $15 worth of wine ($35 total value)
  • $33.50 for a three-pack of wine bottles including a red, white, and dessert ($45 value)

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Rosé: Behind the Feminine Mystique

Between reds and whites is a somewhat less ubiquitous style of wine: the crisp, light rosé. Imbibe Groupon’s exploration to view the world through rosé-colored glasses.

Often typecast as a feminine drink, rosé takes its pink hue from the skins of the red-wine grapes with which it is made. In Provence, France’s leading rosé region, winemakers allow the skin of grape varietals such as pinot noir, cabernet, and shiraz to remain in contact with the crushed grapes for about one to three days. The longer the skins mingle with the juice, the deeper pink the rosé will be. Rosé can also be made by taking some liquid out of red wine in its early stages and fermenting it separately as a lighter-colored byproduct—a somewhat controversial method known as saignée, or “bleeding”—or by simply mixing red and white wines, though this is generally frowned upon in winemaking circles and is illegal in much of France.

The reputation of rosé as a wine for housewives and others who can’t be expected to appreciate “serious” wines probably stems from the popularity of ultrasweet white zinfandels that emerged from California in the 1980s. Despite white zinfandel’s saturation of the US market (it was the best-selling varietal for more than a decade), rosés can range wildly in flavor from sweet to bone-dry and in effervescence from still to sparkling. Served chilled, their crisp, often fruity notes of citrus, strawberry, or cherry pair well with alfresco meals of barbecued pork, seafood, or spicy Thai and Indian dishes. Those put off by the wine’s pinkish hue would do well to remember that the first red wines grown in Greek-occupied France 2,600 years ago were quite light in color, meaning that even the toughest Greek soldiers would toast to their victories over a rose-hued beverage.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid until after January 1, 2016 May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Gilmanton Winery and Vineyard


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