Whether set in distinguished Napa Valley or the rolling hills of Connecticut, vineyards and wineries are a must-visit across the United States. If you are a wine enthusiast living in or visiting the Constitution State, you will be glad to hear that our Connecticut limo service has taken the time to compile a list of some of the most promising wineries in the state for you to explore.
Consider employing the services of our Connecticut car service to ensure that you enjoy the full experience of your wine tour without inhibitions and without having to worry about driving back home. Our trusted chauffeurs will drive you safely to a winery of your choice and will transfer you and each of your companions safely back to your homes at the end of your tour.
Maugle Sierra Vineyards
Maugle Sierra Vineyards are located in Ledyard and they offer visitors delicious tastings of all of their homemade wines at only $12 per head. We recommend that you try their full-bodied reds, their white offerings, and semi-dry rose. The vineyard is open to visitors Friday through Sunday – from 12 pm to 9 pm on Friday and from 12 pm to 6 pm on weekends. This establishment also offer guests live band entertainment at their state-of-the-art tasting room on several days a week, but they do not serve food, so bring your own when you visit.
Sunset Meadows Vineyards
You will find the Sunset Meadows Vineyards at Goshen; visit this winery for a unique experience of chocolate and wine pairing on several days of the week, all year long. The chocolate pairings include five chocolate specialties recommended especially for their delicious white wines, and similar pairings for their red wines.
The Stonington Vineyards are located in Stonington and they are open to guests every day of the week, so no matter your schedule, you can find time for a Stonington visit. This establishment offers comprehensive, guided winery tours, and offers anyone interested a lesson on the wine-making process. Their wine tasting features over six different house wines at only $12 per person and the guides offer a detailed description of each wine you try, from sweet to dry, the staff will describe it all. You will also have an opportunity to purchase a bottle of your choice at a discounted price.
Land of Nod
Land of Nod is found in East Canaan and it should be at the very top of your itinerary this spring. The winery is open to guests from Friday to Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm on each day. What adds to this winery’s intrigue is that it lies on a 200-year-old farm that dates as far back as the Revolutionary War. The grounds also feature a Beckley Furnace that is recorded by the Iron Heritage Trail as a colonial iron work. The wine options at the Land of Nod include several house-made options such as chocolate raspberry fruit wine, peach wine, blueberry-raspberry medley, and many more.
Remember – wine tours are for drinking, not for driving. Let us do the driving for you, while you sit back, relax, have fun and enjoy the stunning scenery.