It’s Friday so let’s crack open some wine! Well- you can crack open some wine and I’ll tell you about another great Connecticut Vineyard worth your visit. Today I’m taking you to Rosedale Farms & Vineyard in Simsbury, CT. This is a great place to visit after you leaving nearby Lost Acres Vineyard.
I heard that Rosedale wasn’t much more than a little farm stand but as I was pulling up I realized I shouldn’t believe everything I hear! Yes, they sell produce like a farm stand but they also feature local baked goods and wine. First stop was inside where I purchased a glass of white wine in the form of a redeemable milk cap.
There are options for tastings as well.
Next I left the red barn and headed under the tent where they serve the wine. Our taster was nice enough to let us try a white and a red! I settled on the Summer Bouquet 2016 to sip while we sat in the shade and enjoyed the beautiful grounds.
Before heading out we went back in to pick up a take home bottle of the Summer Red (now sold out!)
If you want to check Rosedale Farms out tomorrow and Sunday (November 3rd and 4th) are your last chance for the season!
Stay adventurous, friends!
3 thoughts on “Rosedale Farms & Vineyard in Simsbury, CT”
Connecticut looks like such a beautiful place, so many hidden gems! Plus, who doesn’t love a glass of wine! Great post 😊
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Thank you! I’ve lived here all my life and I’m still surprised by the awesome places I find!