The Massachusetts Wine & Cheese Trail is 48 Businesses Strong

From sparkling apple ice wine from Still River Winery to a decadent, chocolate-infused wine, Deval Patrick celebrated with wine makers across Massachusetts the growing number of wine and cheese producers in the state.

Margot Holtzman was delighted to represent Still River Winery and got to chat briefly with the govenor and thank him for his support of the growing Massachusetts Wine & Cheese Trail.
As reported in the, Patrick described his satisfaction with the number of jobs wine and cheese producers are bringing to the state:
“We're listening hard to farmers and others who are in the agricultural industry. It's a big industry here; it employs a lot of people.”

The expansion of the state's wine and cheese trail is being promoted on the state website, There, anyone  can get a wine passport, visit the wineries listed and mail it in to win a free cellar full of Massachusetts wines.

The trail now has 29 wine and 18 cheese businesses statewide open to visitors. For anyone wanting to visit Still River Winery this fall, give us a call and we will set up a time and look forward to welcoming you!