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very small storefront with 4 wines available. They're not that great either. They listed the wrong address in last years passport which made it hard getting there last year. This year a CT. winery gave us the wrong passport and we got lost again!
We very nearly didn't find this place because the address we were given from the Rhode Island wine trail website was wrong. It must have been serendipity because just as we were about to give up, we walked straight past the place! It was meant...More
We went to New Bedford to visit this winery. The flag said OPEN so we parked the car. When we arrived at the door, it was locked. There were people inside for a tasting and someone serving. Those inside saw us but we were ignored....More
Highly recommend the pino noir rose for the red favorite. I enjoyed almost all the whites. My favorite were the riesling and vidal blanc. Not surprising the Vidal Glassman grapes are from Running Brook N Dartmouth which has great vidal blanc a short 15 minutes...More
Stopped into Travessia with my husband, my cousin and her husband last weekend. We entered the tasting area and was half-heatedly greeted by the employee. The tasting area was quite full and there seemed to be only one person working the entire floor. We sampled...More
We stopped at winery, located in New Bedford, on one of the cobblestone streets near the water. It's a beautiful little city with a plethora of highly recommended restaurants. We were warmly welcomed into the winery. They do not grow any of their own grapes....More
Visited on a Sunday afternoon and was pleasantly surprised to find this in the heart of New Bedford. Grapes are grown locally but all wine making and bottling is done on site. All wines that we sampled we excellent (Chardonnay, Riesling, Rose, Jester Red, J...More