Huntington River Vineyard is situated on the sloping hills of Galloping Hill Farm in Huntington, Vermont. Former hayfields and pastures are now growing grapevines, currently nine different varieties all considered to be ‘cold hardy’.
These grapes can withstand the cold temperatures of Vermont down to -35 below 0. We chose these varieties when we planted knowing our hillside temperatures can often reach sub-zero during our long winters. While these grapes have names you might not yet be familiar with, they do make wonderful wines, some of them ‘award winning.’
Releases: Our delightful 2012 Frontenac had a very festive release at our Annual Wine & Chocolate Weekend. This red wine has been very popular and is now available for sale. At this time we will only be selling this at the farm, while supplies last!
COMING SOON….THE RELEASE OF TWO OF OUR NEWEST WHITES.
*A heartfelt thank you to, Pete Anderson, who created the video featured above.