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Cape Cod Wineries

Kennedy Ryan | 1/20/2021

A trip to a vineyard is a great way to sample a variety of flavors while taking in some beautiful scenery. There are several vineyards located throughout the Cape. Stop by for a tasting, tour the grounds, or relax with a glass of locally crafted wine. You can also purchase wine to bring home. A visit to a Cape Cod vineyard is sure to be a delightful experience!

Cape Cod Winery

Photo courtesy of Cape Cod Winery's Instagram account and @lovef00d.

Located in Falmouth, Cape Cod Winery has been a family-owned business since 2014. The vineyard holds daily outdoor tastings for visitors to sample from their nine hand-crafted wines. They also hold a variety of fun events and set up pop-up shops throughout the year! Check out their website for more information on reservations and event details.

First Crush Winery

First Crush Winery transports visitors to California Wine Valley. While the wine is produced right here in Harwich, the grapes arrive from California right after the harvest. These fresh grapes are used to produce nine varieties of wine. Visitors can visit the Winery to participate in a tasting or attend a small event. Check out their website for information on winter hours and events.

Truro Vineyards

Photo courtesy of Truro Vineyard's Instagram account.

Truro Vineyards has been a fan favorite since 1992. Visitors can take a free tour of the vineyard and winery to see how their grapes are grown and crafted into wine. Aside from the variety of wines available in the shop, Truro Vineyards also sells a large selection of craft cheeses and snacks. Those looking to enjoy a bite during their visit can stop by the Blackfish Restaurant’s CrushPad Food Truck.

We highly recommend a visit to these amazing local businesses. Attending a tasting is a great way to discover new flavors and get to know your wine preferences. If you prefer to enjoy your wine in the comfort of your home, you can also purchase a bottle to go. Either way, these locally crafted wines are sure to be worth the trip!