Why Local Wine Belongs at the Farm Market
Robson’s Farm grows fruits and vegetables. Brick Farm Market bakes delicious breads. Tre Piani makes mozzarella.
Unionville Vineyards produces wine.
What could be simpler than bread, cheese, and wine? What could be more delicious? In the height of farm market season, when the tomatoes are ripe, red, and juicy, making dinner just gets so much easier. Even early in the season, with local greens and strawberries, salads are simple and delicious. And have you tried kohlrabi? Try it.
The local winery belongs at markets alongside the farm, bakery, and dairy. Wine is meant to be paired with food (ask Andrew at the Unionville stand for some recommendations – you’re sure to leave hungry). Our wine is meant to be consumed with friends and family over shared meals.
And our wine belongs at your local farm market.
Unionville wines are artisan and hand-crafted, truly reflective of local people and place. We love interacting with customers, as well as fellow farmers and foodies, at farm markets throughout the state.
Wondering where you can find us this season? Check out our Farmers Markets page.
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‘Newness’ has been the theme of Unionville for the past year or so, and this Spring is certainly no different. With days getting consistently warmer and sunnier, the grapevines are waking up from their long Winter’s nap in full force and with the emergence of new leaves and shoots comes a slew of growth and expansion for the winery.
The extremely harsh Winters of 2013 and 2014 were hard on...
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