Wine Tasting in Portsmouth, NH

Wine Tasting with Wine Glasses, Cheese Platter, and 15% off Wine for Two or Four at Sweet Baby Vineyard (Up to 52% Off)

Sweet Baby Vineyard


Sip six samples of wine while snacking on cheese plates; take home souvenir wine glasses and wine purchased with a 15% discount

$23 $12

Winery Tour and Tasting with Souvenir Glasses for Two or Four at Hermit Woods Winery (48% Off)

Hermit Woods Winery

Hermit Woods Winery

Tour an urban winery and taste wines handcrafted from locally grown fruit and raw honey

$40 $21

Wine or Beer Flights for Two or Four with Meat or Cheese Platters at Carpe Diem Wine Room (37% Off)

Carpe Diem Wine Room


Flights of a variety of wine or craft beer paired with platters of gourmet cheese or cured meats

$39 $28

Meadery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Sap House Meadery (Up to 56% Off)

Sap House Meadery

Sap House Meadery

Learn how mead is made during an in-depth, behind-the-scenes tour and sample specialty meads from the meadery

$40 $20

$119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

Own a Napa Vineyard

Carneros Della Notte

Learn how to tend and harvest grapes, access special vineyard events, and make your own wine from grapes that grow on your vines

$198 $119

$34.99 for Six Mini and Six Full-Size Bottles of Wine, Including Shipping from Tasting Room ($99.94 Value)

Tasting Room

Online Deal

Taste six mini bottles of wine, fill out a profile about your preferences, and then get six full-size bottles of wine based on the profile

$99.94 $34.99

$19 for an Online Wine Pairing and Tasting Course from Mixology Training ($595 Value)

Mixology Training

Online Deal

Learn how to examine and evaluate wines with your senses and how to create an exemplary dining experience by pairing wine with food

$595 $19

$30 for a Taste of Italy Package with Four Bottles of Award-Winning Italian Wines from Heartwood & Oak ($103 Value)

Heartwood & Oak

Online Deal

The wines include a Tuscan white, Sangiovese red, Pinot Grigio, and Chianti DOCG, a status bestowed on only a handful of quality wines

$103 $30

Up to 54% Off Brewery Tour and Tasting at Beara Irish Brewing Co.

Beara Irish Brewing Co.


From the merchant: Come and sample our brews made with genuine Imported Irish Barley, take a tour and go home with a sleek sampler glass!

$60 $30

Brewery Tour, Tasting Flight, and Souvenir Pint Glasses for Two or Four at D.L. Geary Brewing Company (43% Off)

D.L. Geary Brewing Company


New England’s first microbrewery uses classic British methods to produce a toasted Hampshire Ale, assertive IPA, and smooth oatmeal stout

$30 $17

Distillery Tour, Souvenir Glasses and Whiskey Disks for Two or Four at New England Distilling (41% Off)

New England Distilling


Distiller with from long line of liquor producers incorporates creative elements into gin-, whiskey-, and rum-making processes

$32 $19

Distillery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Smoky Quartz Distillery (Up to 60% Off)

Smoky Quartz Distillery


Explore the artisan distillery’s process as they create small-batch vodkas and whisky moonshine made from locally sourced New England grain

$60 $27

American Pub Food for Dine-In or Takeout at Tailgate Bar and Grill (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Tailgate Bar and Grill


Casual American dishes such as slow-cooked barbecue ribs, pepperoni pizza made with fresh dough, and chicken-parmesan subs

$20 $12

Cider- and Kombucha Tasting with Growlers for Two or Four at Urban Farm Fermentory (Up to 52% Off)

Urban Farm Fermentory

East Bayside

Tart cider and probiotic-filled kombucha made from locally sourced ingredients grace tongues and fill 32-ounce growlers

$30 $15

Beer Tasting and Pint Glasses for Two, Four, or Six at Kennebec River Pub and Brewery (Up to 49% Off)

Kennebec River Pub and Brewery

Kennebec River Pub and Brewery

Sample five 4 oz. pours of craft beers such as the hoppy Magic Hole IPA, smooth Bear Naked black lager, and belgian-style Whitewater Wit

$29.50 $17

$25 for Lifetime Membership to Craft Beer Brewing Online Course from ($199 Value)

Online Deal

The lifetime access course details the differences between various beers and walks students through step-by-step instruction for brewing

$199 $25

$19 for Online Wine-Pairing Class from Wine Pairing Course ($59 Value)

Wine Pairing Course

Online Deal

Through engaging videos, students learn to distinguish different types of wine and match them with the foods that draw out flavor profiles

$59 $19

$19 for an Accredited Online Wine-Appreciation Course from EventTrix ($199 Value)


Online Deal

Learn how to properly evaluate and appreciate wine with a course that covers grape varieties, winemaking, and the wine-tasting process

$199 $19

$39.99 for an Online Wine-Making Course from Mixology Training ($595 Value)

Mixology Training

Online Deal

Learn how to make wine from the comfort of your own home with this online wine-making course led by a master wine maker

$595 $39.99

Wine, Beer, or Mixology Online Course from e-Careers (Up to 96% Off)


Online Deal

Gain expert knowledge for pairing wine, brewing beer, and crafting cocktails as well as industry tips in interactive online courses

$166 $15

One-Month Tasting-Box Subscription or $10 for $20 Worth of Specialty Food and Goods from Farm To People

Farm To People

Online Deal

Monthly tasting boxes and small-batch gourmet food and specialty goods such as granola, baked goods, cheeses, pickles, and California wine

$29.95 $15

6 or 12 Bottles of Red, White, or Mixed Wine with a Waiter's Corkscrew from Wine Insiders (Up to 80% Off)

Wine Insiders

Online Deal

Expert tasting panel handpicks selection of high-quality wines at affordable prices, $6.25 per bottle for a 12-pack

$179 $35

$25 for $75 Worth of Wine from Wine Insiders 

Wine Insiders

Online Deal

Expert tasting panel handpicks selection of high-quality wines at affordable prices

$75 $25

Select Local Merchants

  • Flag Hill Winery
    The vintners at Flag Hill Winery know that the term "wine country" covers a whole lot of different climates. While they could easily import commonly-known grapes such as Merlot, Chardonnay, or California Raisins from warmer climes and grow them locally, they instead opt for grapes that flourish naturally in New Hampshire's colder temperatures. These include reds such as Marechal Foch and De Chaunac and whites Vignoles and Cayuga White. Each one boasts a distinct flavor profile that might awaken bored palates, and redefine what "wine country" really means.
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    Lee, NH US
  • Jewell Towne Vineyards
    Dr. Peter Oldak and wife Brenda didn't have any specific plans when they moved onto a 12-acre New Hampshire farm. But in 1982, Dr. Oldak began experimenting with growing grapes. Through years of trial and error, he began improving his techniques, and in 1994 decided to bring his operation up to the commercial level. Since then, Jewell Towne Vineyards has gone on to earn more than 100 international awards, according to CBS Boston, and its Valvin Muscat wine earned an "excellent" rating in Time magazine's list of 50 American wines. With a growing list of accolades, Dr. Oldak and Brenda, a clinical specialist in nursing, are still hard at work perfecting their wines. The boutique and community-supported winery occupying the former farm produces upwards of 6,000 cases annually and is now sold in over 150 stores. Daily tours lead visitors along the sunny riverside slope where more than 20 varieties of American and European grapes grow, and into the processing, fermentation, and barrel rooms. During said tours, guests follow the same path as the wines, all of which are made entirely from Jewell Towne's grapes. These libations are also available for sampling in the rustic post-and-beam tasting room that, along with an art gallery with some of Brenda's own paintings, fills the former farmhouse.
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    South Hampton, NH US
  • Sweet Baby Vineyard
    Winemaking began as a hobby for Sweet Baby Vineyard founder Lewis Eaton. In the summer, he and his family found themselves traveling to local farms to pick fresh strawberries, blueberries, peaches, and apples, which later made it into Lewis’s wines. Those creations later became the foundation for Sweet Baby Vineyard's now-expansive wine varieties. Today, the winery grows four grape varietals and the tasting room welcomes visitors for complimentary tastings of many of Sweet Baby’s creations, such as bartlett pear wine, the eternally embarrassed blush, and dry red.
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    East Kingston, NH US
  • Zorvino Vineyards
    The inspiration for Zorvino Vineyards came to Jim and Cheryl Zanello in the same way it does for many American vintners—from a trip to Italy. Taken by the contrast in the quality of the wines and the pace of life between the two countries, the Zanellos brought over their own taste of the old country to an 80-acre New England estate. With grapes sourced both from their own vineyard and such regions as Tuscany, Chile, and California, the pair crafts a suite of red, white, and fruit wines that they sell on site and proffer to local restaurants and merchants. However, the winery itself is worth a trip, with its wrought-iron gate, lantern posts that seem to grow out of empty casks with recommendations for the best wine to pair with salmon.
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    Sandown, NH US
  • Moonlight Meadery
    With its three basic ingredients—honey, water, and yeast—the making of mead sounds misleadingly simple. But Michael Fairbrother tinkered with the recipe for this ancient drink in his garage for 15 years before he felt ready to open Moonlight Meadery and share the results. The result is an award–winning meadery that for the past five years, has offered a sensory experience into the history, production, and craft of mead making. Michael has fine-tuned the fermentation process to craft batches of mead from ethically sourced, minimally processed honey, which imparts each sip with rich color, vivid aromas, and the pleasant buzz that "bees" make while wading into a hot tub. Michael’s traditional mead rests side by side with fruit-tinged and spiced varietals that meld flavors such as tart rhubarb and Madagascar-bourbon vanilla beans with wildflower honey. Moonlight has garnered nods from Mazer Cup International for the past four years for its high quality mead.
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    Londonderry, NH US
  • 1634 Meadery
    On a trip to Denmark to reconnect with his family roots, Dan Clapp brought home an unconventional souvenir for his wife, Deb: a ceramic bottle filled with the blend of fermented honey and water known as mead. Three years later, they finally tasted it. Once the longtime home brewers realized that Denmark wasn't the only place with bees, the founding of 1634 Meadery wasn't far behind. Using honey almost always sourced from Massachusetts and New England apiaries, as well as local fruits, the artisans craft meads intended to showcase the tastes and scents of the region. When they're not hosting tastings in the storefront bar, the staff eagerly takes visitors back to the production room to witness the mead-making process firsthand. Because 1634 Meadery is a small-batch operation, its selection may vary at any time. But here are just a few of the varieties you might find on its own shelves and those of area markets and wine shops: Choate Bridge Cyser: a type of dry mead made with honey and fresh-pressed Massachusetts apples; named for the first double-arched bridge in America—an important Ipswich landmark Strawberry Fields: a semi-sweet mead that blends the flavors of honey, local strawberries, and cinnamon Puritan Pride: a traditional mead made with autumn wildflower honey and aged with American oak
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    Ipswich, MA US