No matter what state you may be in or visiting, there are so many unique, fantastic wineries in the United States that it would be hard to visit all in a lifetime.
If you want to at least make a dent in your ‘wineries to visit’ list, then it’s definitely worth adding a section for some of the most unique wineries you can find in the United States. Here are the top three unique wineries found in the US, although there are many more to be discovered and enjoyed!
Demarest Hill Winery – Warwick, New York
This winery is cozied up in the hillside of this charming historic town. At a long driveway’s end, you’ll reach a lovely historical home that sits on top of the hillside, offering a splendid view of the rolling hills and farmland that rests below. The owner is originally from Italy where he learned his wine making skills and will personally answer the front door and lead you to the tasting room, where you can satisfy any palate with a great selection of wines and other distilled beverages. After sampling the wines, particularly the red, try some of the distilled selections, such as a tropical blended liquor called “Mamajuana”.
Ehlers Estate Winery – Napa Valley, California
Of course one of the wineries is in Napa, and this winery dates back to 1886. It’s actually the only winery in California that operates as a non-profit organization, with all proceeds being donated to cardiovascular research. You’ll feel like you took a step back in time once entering the old home. The tasting room is located in the original 1886 winery, very rustic yet comfortable. All of the wines come from bio-dynamical farmed vineyards. Wines you won’t want to miss are the Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and the Sauvignon Blanc.
Alba Winery and Vineyard – Village of Finesville, New Jersey
Typically you wouldn’t imagine New Jersey as having the greatest winery, but in this historic town you will find one with a tasting room that is in an old historic barn from 1805. Once inside though, it won’t feel like an old barn. The barn is also home to the winery and an art gallery. Try the Old Mill Red, a blend of Marechal Foch, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Slightly reminiscent of a Napa winery, but if you’re on the east coast, this is a must visit.
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