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Maine’s wine industry is very young. Excellent fruit wineries dominate the industry, making good use of famous Maine produce like blueberries, cranberries, apples and pears. Some grape wines are also produced, using fruit imported from New York, California and the Pacific Northwest. However, a handful of growers are exploring the possibility of growing grapes locally, from French and American hybrid varieties. Thanks to these viticultural pioneers, Maine-grown grape wines are now a small but growing portion of the wines produced here, legitimately making the State of Maine a wine appellation of origin.

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Varietals Produced in Maine View all

  • Melon de Bourgogne

    As its name suggests, Melon de Bourgogne comes from Burgundy. By the Middle Ages, it had spread to the central Loire ...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Vidal Blanc

    Vidal Blanc has proven to be amongst the versatile varietals in North American viticulture. In Canadian vineyards, th...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

Popular Wineries in Maine View all

  • Bartlett Maine Estate Winery

    In 1975, we brought our passion and wine-making prowess to this part of Maine. Making quality win...

  • Blacksmiths

    The winery was started in 1999 at the site of the South Casco blacksmith. The tasting room is in ...

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  • Sounds a bit like my US experienceSan Francisco twiceNapa twiceNew York onceBoston OnceCamden Maine onceLA oncePhoenix OnceSan Diego OnceHonolulu OnceEnjoyed them allWine experience aside NewYork was Amazing was there 15 months after 9/11 was very sobering that part Read More

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  • Look here on Snooth and you will find several Muscadet wines.I suggest that you ... texture.Look for SEVRE et MAINE on the bottle, as that appellation is the most important region for high-quality Muscadet.I particularly like the wines of LUNEAU-PAPIN, the winery of Pierre and Monique, where the grapes are hand-harvested. I have enjoyed their M... Read More

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  • I second DMCKER's wine recommendations, although 90% of the time my wife ... ... different, Belons from Maine.Best oyster app: Oysterped Read More

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  • Started with the two champagnes, and white burgundies. The White Burgundy ... ... it's colder water than Maine lobster, making the meat sweeter. I could see what he meant. It was a killer pairing with the 04' Pierre Yves Colin Morey Chevalier Montrachet, which was a little on the sweeter side, though not over done, I got more of a simple and d... Read More

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  • Man, you guys have been busy buying and drinking some quality wine. ... the ... the half-shell, followed by Maine lobster soup and crab cake appetizers for Sandra and the pot stickers and breaded shrimp for myself.  Sandra wasn't as hungry because she grabbed a breakfast sandwich at Starbucks while she was shopping.  Overall a most wonderful l... Read More

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  • Chateau de la Gravelle Muscadet Sevre et Maine Sur Lie 2014


    One must try not to love this wine... its inviting nose (fresh, ripe white table grapes and sea salt), beautiful light yellow robe, and tangy, slightly saline, dry grapey flavours. The finish is extremely clean and refreshing. It all comes with an excellent price too! Great value. 87 points Read More

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  • Yea, the Loire produces pinot noir, but nay it's not the world's best. ... in Muscadet-Sèvre et Maine SE of Nantes, and then Chinon for the cabernet franc. That's plenty, especially since you'll need to get all those castles in.Only a moment now, running out the door, but will revisit later with actual names and places. You planning to bring b... Read More

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  • Of course we've tried them. For years I didn't care much for the reds ... country that stretched from Maine to Florida as if they were all of a type. But I'd encourage people to explore. Not the $10 Chilean stuff that's been around for years, but some higher end wines.And BTW Al - Brazil and Uruguay also make interesting, and often good, win Read More

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  • Le Fils des Gras Moutons Muscadet Sevre et Maine 2010


    Excellent Muscadet, the back label says these grapes come from 18 acres of vines that average over 50 yrs of age in Gras Moutons. Light yellow in color, there's a bit of aroma of lemon pith which may show better if we drank it a bit less cool. Nice lemon cream, a touch of white grapefuit, a hint of white pepper, lively acidity and a medium finish. Read More

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  • Another Cat Tuesday for me.  This one was special though, as I helped a ... a ...  He is a big Maine Coon kitty, but full of love and in need of a new home.  Anyway, after a wine tasting at the Crystal City Wine Shop (see new topic on that), I headed over to Jaleos in Crystal City Virginia for some tapas food before heading back home to Sprin... Read More

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