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Wine and Cheese – The Perfect Pairing In New Hampshire

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Wine and Cheese

Think wine and you don’t tend to think New Hampshire, but a growing number of tourists are discovering that our state offers a wide variety of delicious cheeses, wine and home town spirits. Who wouldn’t like to try a wedge of Fiddlehead Tomme goat cheese with that locally bottled Marechal Foch?

Because culinary tourism is a growing aspect of what today’s traveler is looking for, the state’s Division of Travel and Tourism has teamed up with the NH Department of Agriculture to produce a Wine & Cheese brochure (also available as a download on the visitnh.gov website) to help visitors to New Hampshire discover the hidden gems- the local vineyards, creameries and farms of the state.

New Hampshire’s Wine & Cheese Trails brochure highlights three different areas of the state where the local wine is outstanding and the hors d’oeuvres are suitably cheesy. A driving vacation along the romantic Wine and Cheese Trails is pleasing both to the palate but to the other senses as well. New Hampshire is the new kid on America’s winemaking block but has already won raves and awards from the industry’s most prominent wine publication, The Wine Spectator. There are now twelve commercial wineries and vineyards in the state and the industry is growing rapidly. The Wine and Cheese Trails spotlight wineries and creameries in the Seacoast Region, the Merrimack Valley and the “Apple Way” (western area of the State). Read the full story

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