We visited three Southern New Hampshire wineries on a Saturday afternoon. We arrived at the Walpole Mountain View Winery just in time for a colorful sunset. The wines were quite good, with a surprisingly broad selection. Unlike many other wineries, 100% of the wines are produced from grapes that they grow themselves.
The tasting room is bright, comfortable, and tastefully decorated, with two additional seating areas just behind the main room. The size and seating capacity is deceptively larger than one might expect from the exterior view. For the tastings, each guest selects samples of 6 wines from the list of what is currently available, with the flight accompanied by your choice of an etched souvenir wine glass, either stemmed or stemless. The cost is $10.00 per person, with a menu with an assortment of crackers, cheeses, and other accompaniments that area available for an additional charge.
As the winery makes clear on its website, guests are advised NOT to rely upon GPS to find their way. We can vouch for that. Stay on Route 12, then follow the winery’s signs (some of which are rather small and may be easy to miss if you are not attentive.)
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