Tuddenham Farms winery

Tuddenham Farms winery

Tuddenham Farms

Address: Route 1,
St Stephen, NB, E3L 2V3, Canada
Phone: (506) 466-1840
Fax: N/A
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 main highway, plus a very successful farm market in the summer. Janet's grandfather, Sanford Newell, started a blueberry business in 1923. His son Carl expanded the business and Janet, Carl's daughter, has carried on the family involvement. Janet had always made blueberry wine, and in July of 2001, her hobby became a cottage winery operated by her son Todd.

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