Choose from Four Options
- $59 for dinner and wine tasting for two ($97 value)
- $25 for a wine tasting for two with take-home glasses and a bottle of wine ($50 value)
- $69 for a wine tasting for two with a one-year membership to the vineyard club ($145 value)
- $75 for a group wine tasting and tour for 10 ($150 value)
Wine tastings invite guests to sample a few of the winery's 26 different varieties, while tours allow them to explore the grounds. Membership to the vineyard club lets purchasers adopt a vine in LaBelle's vineyard, and includes perks such as a bottle of wine, a newsletter, and invitations to members-only events. The dinner includes two glasses of house wine, two appetizers, and two entrees; click here to view the menu.
Amy LaBelle has come a long way since she made her first batch of blueberry wine in her Boston apartment. She's taken classes in the Wine and Viticulture program at UC Davis in California and added cranberry, apple, peach, and 23 other varieties of other fruit and grape wine to her repertoire. Her first bottles were so popular that they sold out at local shops and farmers' markets. This was also when Amy began collecting her numerous awards. But her biggest achievement was opening her eponymous winery in a new state-of-the-art facility in late 2012.
Today, Amy and her husband Cesar Arboleda continue to run the winemaking process. Besides production equipment, their facility houses a sleek tasting room where guests can sample wines such as the bold Red Alchemy, the maple-finished Granite State Apple, and the signature Dry Apple. The bottles pair perfectly with dishes at Bistro at LaBelle Winery, which serves French-style cuisine in a warm, family-friendly setting. And visitors who find themselves inspired by Amy's can-do spirit can purchase items from The Winemaker's Kitchen, a line of culinary products that includes wine-infused jellies and wine-infused cooking wines such as the Jalapeno Cooking Wine and Sweet Onion Cooking Wine.