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We are extremely grateful for all of the wonderful local producers that we get to partner with.
Cherry Hill Farm, Springfield, VT
A small family owned farm, producing black currants, red currants, raspberries, black raspberries and gooseberries, Cherry Hill Farm sits atop a hill on the edge of Springfield, VT, with beautiful views of the surrounding green mountains. At the winery, we use Cherry Hill’s black currants in our Vermont Cassis liqueur.
Green Mountain Orchards, Putney, VT
Located in the hills above Putney village, Green Mountain Orchards is home to 125 acres of apple trees and 18 acres of high bush blueberries. The orchard was founded in 1914 by William H. Darrow Sr. and is still operated by the Darrow family.
Old Friends Farm, Amherst, MA
Ginger is not the crop that comes to mind when you think of agriculture in New England, but Old Friends Farm cultivates it nonetheless, alongside a wide variety of fruits, veggies, and flowers.
Our Simply Ginger liqueur reflects the meticulous organic practices for which the Old Friends Farm is so well regarded.
Alyson’s Orchard, Walpole, NH
Bob and Susan Jasse created Alyson’s Orchard in 1980, on 450 acres in the hills above the Connecticut River. Alyson’s offers apples, peaches, plums, pears, nectarines and berries. Apples are their largest crop with over 50 varieties.
Dutton Berry Farm, Newfane, VT
In the early 1980s, Paul and Wendy Dutton bought land in Brookline, VT, and began growing strawberries. They now offer a wide variety of apples, berries, vegetables, flowers and maple syrup. There are now Dutton farm stands in Newfane, Brattleboro and Manchester, Vermont. The Duttons produce much of the rhubarb, strawberries and apples we use in our wines.
Dwight Miller Orchard, Dummerston, VT
One of the oldest orchards in Vermont, Dwight Miller Orchards has been around since before Vermont split off from of New Hampshire. The Miller family has been farming this land the entire time. 20 Years ago they began growing everything organically.
Tavernier Chocolates, Brattleboro, VT
Founded and operated by Dar and John Tavernier-Singer, Tavernier Chocolates produces beautiful handcrafted chocolates. Their chocolates incorporate many locally grown and foraged ingredients. We worked with them to develop our Simply Chocolate liqueur, and source our cacao nibs from them.
Putney village is home to many unique local businesses and events. We encourage you to include them in your visit to Putney Mountain Winery!
Next Stage is a performance center that hosts concerts, dances, film screenings, theatrical productions, cooking classes, art exhibits, meetings, private parties, community suppers and more.
The annual Putney Craft Tour celebrated its 40th year in 2018. Every Thanksgiving weekend, the Tour showcases 25 local craftspeople working in their open studios. The Putney Mountain Winery is proud to be included among these exceptional craft artists. Throughout the Tour weekend, we offer demonstrations of our wine making process.
Hidden Springs Farm is a family owned maple farm, located in Putney. They produce 100% organic and natural maple syrup. Visit their farm store for Vermont maple syrup, maple products from local maple farms, and a variety of carefully selected Vermont gifts.
The Yellow Barn, in Putney, hosts a chamber music festival that runs throughout July each year. It offers concerts and recitals featuring world class musicians in its beautiful and intimate concert hall.
The Gleanery is a restaurant in the heart of Putney. With a primary focus on fine dining, they serve thoughtfully sourced, creatively prepared food using ingredients available through a network of local farmers and producers.
The Putney Farmers’ Market is a producers-only market held on Sundays. It can be found in the Community Gardens space across from the Putney Co-op between Memorial Day and Columbus Day weekends, and in November and December at Green Mountain Orchards on West Hill Road in Putney.
Green Mountain Orchards, Putney, VT
The beautiful views from the orchard make picking your own apples and blueberries a memorable visit. Their farm stand is famous for its apple cider, cider donuts, pies and other baked goods. They also offer horse-drawn wagon and sleigh rides by appointment.
The Putney Food Co-op is a community owned marketplace and delicatessen offering a diverse selection of quality products to members and the public alike. Their location, conveniently located right off Exit 4 on I-91, offers easy parking and indoor and outdoor dining.
For 42 years Putney’s own pit master, Curtis Tuff, has been cooking Georgia-style barbecued ribs and chicken over a hardwood fire. His picnic-style barbecue opens in April and continues into the fall. It is located off Exit 4 on I-91.