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Virtual Vermonter - North River Winery

Established in 1985 along the North River in Jacksonville, the North River Winery was Vermont's first bonded winery. North River Winery produces 20,000 gallons (100,000 bottles) of wine annually, most of it from fruit that is organically grown at the nearby Dwight Miller Orchard. Its award-winning wines come in eleven different varieties, including Green Mountain Apple, Rhubarb, Woodland Red and Blueberry Apple.

The North River Winery is open year round, seven days a week (10-5) for free tastings and sales, and they offer free tours from late May to December. You can also go online to take a virtual tour of the winery. The North River Winery can be reached at 1-802-368-7557.

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