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Candia Vineyards

Candia Vineyards Candia Vineyards is a boutique winery that specializes in fine table wines from grapes. Our products, processes, and labels are meant to convey our dedication to hard work, quality, history, and romance. With traditionally correct food pairings, our wines transform a good meal into a memorable one. Social occasions are enhanced by the inclusion of a favorite Candia Vineyards wine. And many a romantic interlude has been heightened by our wine.

From Exit 9N on Rt. 93, take a right at the third light – we are conveniently located 5 miles east, just past Charmingfare Farm. (the road is alternately known as Whitehall Rd., High St., or Rt. 27 depending on what town you are in)

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702 High Street, Candia, NH, US, 03034-2040 Email:
Phone: 603-867-9751 Web:
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Also known as Moore’s Diamond, it was hybridized by Jacob Moore of Brighton, New York, in 1885. The wine was popular in NY many years ago, and was known as the first quality dry wine produced from Labrusca grapes. This all but forgotten grape was brought back into production at Candia Vineyards where it delights the unsuspecting with an intense aroma. Candia Vineyards makes this in a fruity off-dry style which complements your favorite spicy Asian cuisine.
Our award winning Frontenac has unusually intense fruit overtones that belie it’s classic dryness. Stunning red color.
  Frontenac Gris
A natural sport of Frontenac, ours is finished dry and you'll soon forget about your favorite Spanish rose!
Another first for NH! Our LaCrosse is a dry white wine with grassy overtones, and a huge hit with our loyal following around Lake Sunapee. Lobsters and bisque anyone?
  Marechal Foch
A medium bodied wine from our own grapes. Originating in France, it tolerates the cold well and ripens nicely here in NH. This grape can be made in a number of ways from lighter to a dark red - ours is a full bodied red.
WOW! Our Noiret has classically intense pepper and mocha overtones, and is one of the highest rated of this varietal in the world. We are the first to grow this grape in NH, which has a complex background bred at the University of Cornell in 1973. It's dry, intense, and one of the richest wines from a cold-hardy grape made in New England, and our wine has won a medal in every competition entered.
Off-dry with amazing aromas. One of the most versatile white wines.


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