Drink Local Wine
The intimate vine-to-wine experience.
in Newfields, New Hampshire
Squamscott Vineyard & Winery
Our mission is to provide the seacoast region with the highest quality, handcrafted, local wines; while using sustainable farming methods, maintaining open space along the pristine riverfront, and providing educational opportunities for plant science and wine appreciation students.
Squamscott Vineyard & Winery is the ultimate vine-to-wine experience. Meet the vigneron and the winemaker, sit outside just feet away from the vineyard, taste the handcrafted wines, while learning how minimal intervention produces a clean, aromatic wine.
We offer unique local wines that are handcrafted from our vines, using environmentally friendly and minimally invasive techniques both in the vineyard and winery.
The vineyard sits on 12 acres of lush, green fields alongside the protected shores of the tidal Squamscott River - where many forms of wildlife live in the salt marshes that hug the shoreline.
Unique Dry Wines & Sustainable Farming
The best wines come from the best vineyard practices. It takes 3 to 5 years to begin the winemaking process. We make our wines to showcase the terroir of the geography, micro-climate, and rich soils along the banks of the tidal Squamscott River. Wines need to be aged to bring out the best properties. Aging enhances the flavor compounds, tannins and acids to produce a well-balanced wine. Our minimal intervention methods allow us to produce wines with low levels of sulfites and are vegan. Enjoy our wines for a unique experience in winemaking, within the seacoast area of New Hampshire, at Squamscott Vineyard and Winery.
Quaint and Cozy Tasting Room
Visiting us is more than just about buying wine, it is an opportunity to tour a working vineyard in an exquisite setting. The winery, tasting room, and outdoor, covered pavilion overlook the Sqamscott River and vineyard. During your visit, enjoy the tranquil setting among the twelve acres of natural landscaping, and to see the Bald Eagles, Osprey, and Redtail hawks fly up and down the river in search of their next meal, or watch the Great Blue herons come in at low tide to search the river bank for those hidden treasurers.