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Summer’s around the corner– right?! We’re ready either way. Hope you are too. Here’s our 2016 Concert Series schedule. Join us to picnic on the lawn and enjoy delicious wine and great music on Friday nights. Raise your glass to these beloved Vermont concerts and wines!

Would you like to hear about our shows throughout the summer?


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By lincolnpeak / 8:05 pm

We’re releasing a brand-new wine in May. This dark red wine has smooth tannins and deep flavors of berries and herbs. We went to the history books for a name for this wine. Well, one history book in particular: the history of our town of New Haven back to its charter in 1761.

We name this wine in honor of the Farnsworth family, who farmed this land from 1816 to 1919. They would never have imagined that . Read More »

By lincolnpeak / 8:44 pm

Our upcoming Mid-Winter Growler Party is featured on’s Travel Blog. Check out the post here >>

The authors note that winter can be a sleepy time at wineries. Lincoln Peak will be hopping, however, on Saturday 1/30 with folks tasting the yet un-released 2015 vintage and filling their growlers straight from the tank. Join us for the fun!

Patricia Harris and David Lyon also write:

“Lincoln Peak confounds expectations by making excellent . Read More »

By lincolnpeak / 4:56 pm

Lincoln Peak Vineyard Concert

I’m thrilled to announce our 2015 Concert Series schedule. Join us to picnic on the lawn and enjoy delicious wine and great music on Friday nights. Cheers to another fabulous season of Vermont concerts at their best!

Would you like to hear about our shows throughout the summer?



2015 Concert Schedule

May 15- Patti Casey & . Read More »

By lincolnpeak / 8:34 pm

You know what they say about things like getting paid to taste wine with chocolate: it’s hard work, but somebody has to do it. And this month that somebody is me.

A couple of days ago, I gathered a nice selection of truffles from Farmhouse Truffles of Bristol and tasted each of them with Marquette. The ancho chile pepper truffle played off the spiciness of the wine nicely, but it was a touch . Read More »

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With a wintry chill settling on the vineyard, it’s time to warm up the wine. Join us on Saturdays and Sundays for the next few months for a glass of mulled wine (gløgg) by our fire. Our favorite mulled wine is made with Ragtime Red, and my recipe is below. Enjoy!

Sara’s Gløgg one bottle of Ragtime Red one orange, sliced into rounds one whole cinnamon stick several whole cloves (4-8) a few whole . Read More »

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With a great turnout of grape-pickers, wine-drinkers, grape-stompers, music-listeners, and food-enjoyers, our Harvest Party was so fun many kids (and quite a few adults) didn’t want to go home. The folks who helped us pick grapes harvested more than a ton of La Crescent– 2,851 pounds! This brings our running total for the season to 27,557 pounds, for those of you keeping track of the Grape-O-Meter.

Our grape stomp is our annual . Read More »

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Our local big band, LC Jazz, performed a fabulous show of classic tunes– from Count Basie to Duke Ellington– on Friday, Aug 1.  Dancers from a few local swing clubs brought their dancing shoes, and everyone enjoyed a beautiful evening.

The band is non-profit and uses their proceeds to award scholarships for area high school graduates who are continuing their musical education.  At their vineyard show, they raised exactly $1,000 between “passing the hat” and Lincoln Peak’s contribution.  That’s a . Read More »

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