Culinary travel in CT runs from cities to orchards to wine trails, and beyond

Connecticut has a strong tradition of culinary travel adventure in the country and in the cities. Shoreline cities and towns serve great seafood, as in all of New England. Out in the country, especially in the Litchfield and Mystic regions, vineyardsand wineries offer tours, tastings, themed dinners and entertainment. Culture-rich New Haven is loved for its food trucks. Wine and food festivals are a delicious diversion.

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Culinary Travel in CT
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Connecticut Wine Trail

Lots of mouth-watering options for food-and-wine lovers along this culinary trail

Connecticut boasts one of the most exciting, fastest growing wine regions in the U.S., and you’ll see why when you travel the Connecticut Wine Trail. The trail, from the Litchfield Hills to the Connecticut River Valley and the sea coast, is dotted with 25 wineries offering a delightful assortment of award-winning reds, whites, sparkling wines and ciders. Foodies will also love other offerings at the welcoming wineries, from artisanal cheeses to freshly baked pies and, of course, cider donuts. Try the soups and prepared meals at Bishop’s Orchards Winery or a gourmet meal in the Sharpe Hill Vineyard’s tavern, attend a cooking class at the Jones Winery, learn about what makes a sustainable vineyard at Paradise Hills Vineyard & Winery.
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