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This 19th century country inn sits high above the northern shore of the beautiful Lake Warmaug, offering stunning views. Dating back to 1847, the Hopkins Vineyard and Inn has welcomed travelers from near and far.
The Hopkins Vineyard and Inn has been owned by Franz and Beth Schober for almost 40 years. Working alongside his parents since 1991 is son Toby Fossland, who was raised at the inn. There are 12 guestrooms in all, as well as two apartments that are open all year round.
The restaurant at the Inn serves contemporary Austrian cuisine that is representative of the owners’ heritage. You can enjoy your meal in a Victorian dining room or outdoors on the flagstone terrace. During the cooler season, a warm fire burns in the Tavern Room. No dinner would be complete without a delicious glass or bottle of wine from grapes grown in the vineyard.
Established in 1975 by Sherman Haight, this vineyard became the first in the state of Connecticut to successful produce fine wine grapes, including Riesling and Chardonnay. Originally called Haight Vineyard, just one year later, a much larger Tudor-style winery was constructed atop Chestnut Hill.
The Haight Brown Vineyard was purchased by Amy Senew Brown in 2007. To preserve the vineyard’s long and successful history, it was renamed the Haight Brown Vineyard. Today, more than 20 acres are owned and leased for this establishment’s vineyards and winery.
The current capacity for the vineyard is roughly 35 tons a year. Hybrids and vinifera are produced, including Marechal Foch, Chardonelle, Marquette, Chardonnay, Dechaunoc, and Seyval Blanc. Tasting of these wines, as well as cheeses and chocolates, is available at the winery when open, but it is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Digrazia Vineyard is a small local family-owned and operated winery and vineyard. For wine tastings and picnics, this is an ideal choice. You will enjoy a nice variety of wines, including red, white, spicy, subtle, sweet, dry, full-bodied, and light-bodied. When visiting this vineyard, you can bring your own food for a picnic outside.
In addition to an outdoor picnic, the Digrazia Vineyard features a wonderful tasting room and guided tours. The owners maintain two vineyards, one located in Brookfield in Connecticut and the other one in Amenia, New York.
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