Appalachian Gap Distillery - nicknamed App Gap - handcrafts a line of delicious, unique spirits that will delight the senses. Their products are not bought in bulk and bottled from a shipping container, they are spirits that are carefully and painstakingly crafted to meet their own exacting standards. Balanced, rich in flavor, and utterly unique, App Gap's spirits are made right here in Vermont in a solar powered distillery.
Boswellness is a manufacturer and international distributor of certified Organic Frankincense and Myrrh products. Since 2005, Boswellness has been a dependable supplier of frankincense and myrrh products to industry-leading clients around the world.
As Vermont’s most northern vineyard and winery, you can’t get much more Due North than that. The wines are made with grapes grown right there on the property. Due North's speciality is developing wines that truly showcase the grape varieties that grow in their local climate. They have their main stay wines year-to-year but each growing season brings its own flavors which can mean new offerings of wine styles. Their seasonal tasting room is open to the public for tastings every Sunday during the summer months. Glasses of wine can be enjoyed on the porch and guests are encouraged to bring food items for picnics.
This orchard and cidery has been in the Hall family since the late 1700's, the historic family farm house shows the famous Isle La Motte coral reef fossils in its stone. Come taste their many varieties of ice cider and eat at the cafe in season.
Lucky Bugger crafts a majority of their wine from their own grapes grown on the property. They are also proud to offer fine wines from other Vermont wineries including Snow Farm Vineyard and Shelburne Vineyard. The tasting room is a traditional post and beam building, known for its warm atmosphere and beautiful view of the surrounding landscape.