Windham Wine News & Events

Saturday, March 18th– Italian Wines, from The Sorting Table

Garret Vandermolen, Sorting Table Wines, will return to Windham Wines to pour some of their Italian portfolio, including the wines of Vino Lauria, a Sicilian producer Garret “discovered” last year while at VinItaly. We’ll sample wines from other regions as well, from Friuli to Tuscany and Piedmont. A great tasting for those planning a trip […]

Saturday, March 4th– French Wines, from Weygandt-Metzler Importing

We have so enjoyed the French wines that we’ve ordered from the Weygandt-Metzler portfolio that we decided it was about time to get more stories about them. Chad Beverlin, National Sales Manager for W-M, is coming to Windham Wines to provide the color commentary of the producers and their domaines. Chad will take us on […]

Saturday, February 18th– Cheese and Wine Pairing

Everyone thinks that cheese and wine are a perfect match, but which wine with which cheese? Given the world of cheese and the world of wine, there is a dizzying number of potential combinations, only some of which work. Former Grafton Village Cheesemonger, Joe Green, Certified Specialist of Cheese (CSC), will lead us through a […]

Valentine’s Wine Recommendations

Valentine’s Wine Recommendations Looking for a wine to share with your Valentine? Windham Wines has some recommendations! Sparkling Graham Beck, Sparkling Rosé—A perennial WW favorite as cellarmaster Pieter Ferreira continues his quest for “the perfect bubble,” – a small mousse to carry a gentle flavors with elegance. Graham Beck sparkling (Brut) was served both at […]

Saturday, February 4th– Book-Wine series, Wine and War

The second in our book-wine tasting series will revolve around the book Wine and War: The French, the Nazis and the Battle for France’s Greatest Treasure, by Don and Petie Kladstrup.  Discussion will be facilitated by Adam Franklin-Lyons, European historian at Marlboro College. From Champagne to Bordeaux, winemakers engaged in sabotage in the fight for country and wine. […]

20 Wines Under $20, Winter 2017

  We are very excited about this list of winter favorites for $20 or under. We tasted throughout the fall, selecting wines for the season as we shifted the shop’s focus from the lighter whites and rosés of summer to the fuller-bodied whites, sparklings and especially reds of colder, darker months.   As we mentioned […]

Saturday, December 3rd– Cider Tasting, with Eden Specialty Ciders

  We have a special tandem-team cider tasting with Eleanor Leger, of Eden Specialty Ciders in Newport, VT, and Zeke Goodband, orchardist at Scott Farm in Dummerston, VT. Eden was the first ice cider producer in the United States. Since its debut in 2008, Eden has expanded its line-up to include ice ciders aged in […]

Saturday, November 12th– Deirdre Heekin, La Garagista

We start our new wine book series with Deirdre Heekin, of La Garagista, author of An Unlikely Vineyard: The Education of a Farmer and Her Quest for Terroir. The idea is that we read a book, then gather to taste some wines and enjoy some foods that complement the book we’ve read. Deirdre has written […]

Saturday, October 29th– Matteo Cantoni, Fibbiano

Please join us in welcoming Matteo Cantoni, of Fattoria Fibbiano in Terricciola, Italy, to Windham Wines for a guided wine tasting. Fattoria Fibbiano is a family-owned and organically-farmed winery that is dedicated to producing wines that express place. They make 6 wines, all relying exclusively on varieties indigenous to Tuscany. Their one white wine is […]

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