Jan 22, 2015 4:59 PM
The 10th Annual New Hampshire Wine Week kicks off Monday. Winemakers from all over the world will come to the Granite State to promote and educate both veteran wine enthusiasts and beginners.
Nicole Brassard-Jordan, Wine Marketing Specialist for the New Hampshire Liquor Commission says there is something for everyone. "Anyone who enjoys wine, from casual fans to wine aficionados, simply cannot miss this fantastic week of events."
Although several winemakers fly to New Hampshire from all over the world, many are home-grown. Amy LaBelle, owner of LaBelle Winery in Amherst, says she's seen vineyards in New Hampshire take off over the last decade.
"When I came on board, there were only seven wineries in the state or so. Now, there are 29 licensed wineries ant that number grows all the time."
For information on the week's events, click here.
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