New Brunswick Wineries

New Brunswick Wineries
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Springfield Kings Co, NB, Canada    
(506) 485-8846
Description:   This is the newest winery in the province which opened on Oct 3 2003. Under the trade name of Gillis of Belleisle Wineyard & Winery, the winery is managed by Carey Gillis and opera...
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Memramcook, NB, Canada    
(506) 750-2325
Description:   Located in Pré-d'en-Haut, just outside Moncton, New Brunswick, Belliveau Orchards and Bourgeois Farms invite you to discover the region it has called home since 1932. We invite yo...
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Gagetown, NB, Canada    
(506) 488-2147
Description:   Nestled into the bank of a bend in the Saint John River, Gagetown Cider Company is a branch of Stirling Farms, NB, owned by Blair and Brenda Stirling. Blair is a 3 rd generation fr...
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Saint-Edouard-De-Kent, NB, Canada    
(506) 743-5347
Description:   Serge Maury is New Brunswick's first true commercial grape winemaker. His fruit farm and vineyards are located in a sheltered microclimate just off the Northumberland Strait and cl...
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Pennfield, NB, Canada    
Description:   Located between Saint John and St. Stephen, Hawkins Farms was started by Rupert Hawkins in 1932. Since then Rupert's son, Ken Hawkins, and Ken's sons Doug and Russ, have built one ...
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St Stephen, NB, Canada    
(506) 466-1840
Description:   Oak Bay is less than 10kms from St. Stephen and Fred and Janet Tuddenham, sons Todd and Troy, and daughter Tanis, operate a large blueberry and Christmas tree farm just off the mai...
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Baie Verte, NB, Canada    
(506) 538-7405
Description:   Underlying many of the cottage wines produced in New Brunswick is the talent and expertise of Werner and Roswitha Rosswog of Baie Verte, outside Port Elgin. Together with their dau...
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