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Snow Farm Vineyard and Crescent Bay B&B

Snow Farm Vineyard was Vermont’s first modern vineyard, started in 1992 with a goal of preserving agricultural land by providing an alternative product for farmers. The vineyard location, on an island in the middle of Lake Champlain, allows for a slightly different mix of grapes than other vineyards in the state. They grow vinifera grapes- Pinot Noir and Reisling as well as the more cold-hardy French hybrids- Vidal Blanc and Baco Noir. Thanks to Vermont's cold winter temperatures, Snow Farm also produces an ice wine, a product that cannot be made in many other places around the world. Crescent Bay B&B is in an historic 1820's farmhouse located just around the corner. There are gardens with vintage stone castles, and three bedrooms decorated with antiques and locally handcrafted quilts. Animals on the premises include a border collie, intelligent cat, standard bred horse living in retirement, chickens, llamas, and pigs. The vineyard hosts concerts in both summer and winter, which have become a regular weeknight destination for many Vermonters. Check their website for the current lineup.

Snow Farm Vineyard and Crescent Bay B&B

190 West Shore Rd
South Hero, VT 05486
802-372-9463

Hours of Operation

Vineyard and tasting room
May 1 - Dec 31:
11:00am - 5:00pm daily
Jan 1 - Apr 30:
Sat - Sun; 11:00am - 4:00pm
Fri; 5:00pm - 9:00pm

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