For those of you new to the tastings, we open two bottles together– available for purchase at Windham Wines– and talk with the winemaker or winery owner about terroir, grapes, farming […]
Windham Wines hosts virtual and occasional in-person wine tastings throughout the year.
Final Tastings of the Season Explore Gruner Veltliners
New Partner: Agricola Farm, Vermont
We will be partnering with Agricola Vermont for our virtual tasting with Alto Piemonte producer Gilberto Boniperti. Alessandra Rellini and Stefano Pinna, natives of Lombardy and Piemonte respectively, farm privileging soil health and animal welfare to produce traditional, authentic Italian products. They champion “intensive rotational grazing” that they maintain “favors the consumption of grass and legumes at their sweetest point, and the constant movement of muscles allows for healthier animals and more flavorful and healthy meat.”
Winter 2021 Virtual Tastings
As we retreat indoors by late afternoons this winter, Windham Wines continues its virtual tasting series as one way of maintaining our relationships with you, our customer-friends, and with the small, independent, family-owned wine producers that we champion. For those of you new to the tastings, we open two bottles together– available for purchase at Windham Wines– and talk with the winemaker about terroir, grapes, farming practices and wine. Click to read the full schedule through March 2021.
New Virtual Tastings From Windham Wines – Biodynamic Wine Series
Virtual Tasting Calendar / Fall 2020
Virtual Tasting Calendar Spring 2020
To participate in our virtual tastings, send us your email and we’ll send you the invitation on the morning of the tasting. Email us at email@example.com. We usually taste two […]
Virtual Tastings – Join In From Home
We are launching our series of virtual tastings this Saturday, April 11th, with our friend, Matteo Cantoni, of Fattoria Fibbiano, followed by Camilla Chauvenet, of Massimago, pictured left, on April […]
Global Wines Consistent With Local Values
Earliest sugaring start, mud season, town meeting day– spring is knocking on the southern door of Vermont. As usual, that means lots of tasting at Windham Wines as we see new vintage whites come dribbling in and the 2017 ross begin arriving. Meanwhile, we are preparing for another 8″ of snow; it is early March after all!