Wineries Near Norwalk, CT
July 31, 2014
Living in Connecticut gives you extraordinary access to some of the best wineries in the country. Whether you enjoy a nice red or a refreshing white, you’re in no short supply of great tasting options. Norwalk is only a short hour long trek away from the fabled Connecticut Wine Trail and it’s bounty of delicious wines. Whether you want to hunker down at one winery and get a feel for all their grapes or go picnicking and winery hopping in the picturesque Connecticut countryside, there are great options for you. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best CT wineries to visit on daytrips or weekend getaways.
Jonathan Edwards Winery
Located in southeast Connecticut, this winery frequently tops Best Of lists--between it’s delicious wines and gorgeous tasting room, it’s easy to see why. Not only do they feature their own wines, they also offer tasty wines imported from Napa.
Gouveia doesn’t try to be a Tuscan vineyard choosing instead to focus on building a family of great Connecticut wines. And what better way to enjoy a sunset than with breathtaking New England views and a great glass of red?
As one of the first area wineries, Haight-Brown has had time to perfect their great wine tradition and it shows. In addition to offering some of the best wines New England has to offer, they also hold a lot of varied and fun events, including an annual festival.
Connecticut Wine Trail
As Connecticut is one of the fastest-growing wine destinations in the United States, there’s no reason to just stick to one winery! The Connecticut Vineyard and Winery Association put up roadside signs to assist in navigating between all of the 25 wineries in the area.
Residents of The Waypointe, apartments for rent in Norwalk, CT, are perfectly situated to go out and explore wine country, delight in some tastings and bring out their inner Somm.