Wallingford CT is centrally located and is about 2 hours from NYC and Boston. Please spend some time in our historic town. Wallingford has local shops, retail locations and beautiful farm country for scenic drives around town.
Choate Rosemary Hall
From its shared roots over a century ago as The Choate School and Rosemary Hall, through the merger in 1974, to the Choate Rosemary Hall of today, the name represents the best in American secondary education.
Built on an alfalfa field in 1954 by original founder Ben Segal, the original Oakdale was part of the "theatre-in-the-round" craze that saw many circular stages open in various parts of the Northeast. A family owned business for decades, it began primarily as a summer stock venue, hosting many of the musicals of the day.
The Library Wine Bar & Bistro
A Unique Dining Experience. We've combined the essence of historic downtown Wallingford with the old-world traditions of Portuguese and Mediterranean cuisine, along with a worldwide wine selection, to bring you Wallingford's newest and most unique dining experience.
Holiday Cinema 14
The local modern movie complex with 14 stadium seating theaters featuring several digital 3D movies.
Historic Downtown Wallingford
Walk our beautiful streetscape among our shops and restaurants; enjoy friendly service, an authentic, picturesque historic district with plenty of free parking!
Local Bed and Breakfast
Wallingford has two Bed & Breakfast Inns. One is right across the street from us!
There are two hotels just off exit 15 of I-91, just 10 minutes from the vineyard.
We recommend you tour the CT Wine Trail to visit other CT wineries. Each winery has their own style of wine making and each has something different and unique to offer.
1339 Whirlwind Hill Rd
Wallingford, CT 06492
Some Interesting Notes...
About Our Wines
Our vineyard has a 4 acre test plot for the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.
We're helping to research different ways of growing grapes to see what methods are best for future CT growers.
Each vine row is planted at different spacings and pruned in different ways. At harvest time, the grape clusters are counted, weighed and documented and CAES will be able to know what methods work best for CT soils and climate for years to come.
Visit our Wines Page to learn more about our varietals, and their tasting notes.