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Simsbury Vineyard Produces Connecticut Wines

Rosedale Farm & Vineyard has been making Conn. wine since 1999.

The Farmington Valley's own Rosedale Farms & Vineyards has been producing locally made Connecticut wines since 1999.

The Epstein family began farming in Simsbury in 1920 when the Rosedale Farms was still a dairy farm.  The farm has since expanded into agritourism, added a CSA, and started making wine. Originally only 42 acres, the farm now encompasses 110 acres in the Farmington Valley.

For more information about Rosedale Farms & Vineyards, visit the Simsbury Patch Directory listing.

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Rosedale Farms & Vineyards is listed on the Connecticut Wine Trail. Find a map of Connecticut's wineries here.

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