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Flag Hill Winery

Flag Hill Winery Established in 1990, Flag Hill has grown from a family operated vineyard to an established winery in the picturesque seacoast region of NH. Embarking on a new venture, owner Frank Reinhold recently secured Flag Hill as the first micro-distillery in NH, producing high quality distilled spirits such as General John Stark Vodka. Make Flag Hill a destination to learn how our vodka is made first hand, taste from a variety of NH made wines, stroll through the vineyard, picnic on the grounds, or browse through our gift shop.

From Boston area: Take Interstate 95 north, exit onto Route 101 toward Exeter. Travel about six miles to the town of Epping, Exit onto Route 125 North, travel four miles to Route 155, take a right onto Route 155 and travel one-quarter mile and our facility is on the on the right. From Portsmouth area: Take the Spaulding Turnpike north, exit onto Route 4 (exit 6W) toward Durham/Concord. Travel about ten miles to the intersection of Route 4 and Route 125 (Lee rotary), travel south on Route 125 for about four miles and take a sharp left onto route 155 and travel one quarter mile and our facility is on the right. From Manchester/Nashua area: Take Route 101 East to Epping. Exit in Epping onto Route 125, head north for about four miles to Route 155, take a right onto Route 155

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297 North River Road, Lee, NH, US, 03824 Email:
Phone: 603-659-2949 Web:
Fax: 603-659-5107
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A semi-sweet wine embracing traditional New Hampshire grown apples.
  Apple Cranberry
Sweet New Hampshire apples & tart Massachusetts cranberries unite in a crisp white fruit wine.
  Blueberry Moon
Wild Main blueberries presented as an after dinner beverage. An enticing taste on its own, this savory wine made in a port styling is the fine compliment to the end of any great meal.
  Cayuga White
A bright semi-sweet white, layered with citrus & exotic fruit with a well-balanced acidity that lingers nicely.
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  Heritage Red
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  Heritage White
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  Wild Blueberry
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