Boyden Valley Winery And Spirits
Open: Year Round
Located in a restored 1875 carriage barn on our family farm, the Boyden Valley Winery is steeped in the culture and agricultural heritage of Vermont’s Green Mountains. From 8000 grapevines and 100 acres of maple trees, lovingly tended by our family for four generations, we craft wines that feature only the finest locally grown fruit from the loamy soils of the Lamoille River Valley. The care with which we’ve nurtured the Boyden Farm for 100 years lends itself to traditional winemaking techniques, producing wines clean to the palate and balanced.
All of our wines are fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks to produce elegant, lively whites, and medium bodied reds full with character. Aged in time–honored French Oak casks our cellars yield mature, European–style wines. Boyden Valley Winery is open year round and visitors are invited to experience the wine making process from vine to bottle. Come share our passion for making wine.
Boyden Valley Spirits is proud to be the first craft distilled company in the U.S. to specialize in cream liqueurs. Started in 2010, our craft distilled cream liqueurs are made in Vermont using Vermont grown apples and Boyden Valley maple syrup.
My wife and I took a trip to Boyden while we were on vacation. The staff was so incredibly friendly, knowledgeable and welcoming. We tried 7 or so different wines and then split a cheese plate on the patio outback (which has a beautiful view!). We loved this place!
We stopped by Boyden Valley Winery today HOPING to do some wine tasting. However, when we entered the tasting area we were IGNORED till we left after about 10-15 minutes. the ladies attending the bar were making themselves busy with other customers including those who came after us. They did not even acknowledge our presence even after crossing us 5 to 6 times. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE, UNLESS YOU LIKE TO BE JUDGED!!! ESPECIALLY BASED ON HOW YOU LOOK!!!!
WHAT A RIP OFF AT YOUR OPEN HOUSE!!! I MEAN REALLY!!! I AM SOOO INSULTED TO THING I SPENT THE TIME TO GO THERE. a LITTLE SUGAR ON SNOW AT THE END OF A FORK, A TINY BIT OF SYRUP JUST TO COVER THE BOTTOM OF A LITTLE PLASTIC CUP. DO YOU THINK YOU WILL GO BROKE??? SO MANY KIDS DISAPPOINTED. NO SHOWING OF HOW MAPLE SYRUP IS MADE, A BIG!!! WASTE OF TIME. THEN WE BOUGHT A PULLED PORK SANDWICH BECAUSE MY HUSBAND THOUGHT IT MUST BE GOOD, FOR $10 A PIECE. OH MY GOSH!! DRY ,COLD NO PLACE TO EAT IT, IT JUST WASN'T GOOD. i CAN'T BELIEVE ANYONE WOULD BOTHER TO GO THERE ESPECIALLY IF THEY WERE THERE LAST YEAR. WOULD NEVER RECOMMEND ANYONE TO GO THERE . i CAN'T BELIEVE THAT BAR_B_CUE WILL STAY IN BUSINESS. AWFUL!!AWFUL!!
We visited Boyden in July 2016. A very friendly staff helped us taste their wines, ciders, etc. There was a wide variety and we had a great time. We chose our favorites & they delivered to us in Texas a couple of weeks later. For us the 2 standout products are : Vermont Ice Hard Cider (every bit as good as the best Normandy cider) and Vermont Ice Red (I never tasted anything quite like this). An all round excellent place - we'll be sure to drop in again next time we are in the area.
A nice winery with friendly staff. We did the wine tasting and the we enjoyed a cheese plater with a nice bottle of rosé on their outdoor terrasse. They make you feel welcome and part of the family a must do in the area