Published through Snow Farm Winery by Laura Hardie Copywriter & Content Strategist 

The Vermont Wine Scene: How a Small State Makes World-Class Wines

“The Vermont wine scene is young in the wine world. Places like Italy have a history of winemaking that dates back over 4,000 years. The first vineyards in California were planted over 200 years ago. So, how did a small state like Vermont, with about 25 years of winemaking under it’s belt, come to make world-class wines in such a short time? ”

How Vermont Wines Got on the Map

“Vermont wines are for people who appreciate local agriculture and want to feel deeply connected to their winemaker. Our success at Snow Farm Vineyard lies in our deep appreciation for our land, climate, and growing season. Our Vermont wines stand out because they’re made using locally-grown cold-hardy grapes, like Marquette and Frontenac Gris, that flourish and thrive on the shores of Lake Champlain where we’re located.”

Read the entire blog as Laura caught up with the team at Farrell for a Vermont wine Q&A.