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Meet the Winemakers - Winery Tour
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Meet the Winemakers - Winery Tour

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Interested in how our wines are hand-crafted, right here in New Hampshire? Then, consider taking a “Meet the Winemakers” tour some Wednesday or Saturday afternoon. This intimate tour of the winery and chat with the winemaker is a fantastic way to experience Seven Birches Wines. Try a sample of “wine in progress”, chat with the winemaker and taste some delicious NH wines.<br><br>Seven Birches Winery, located within the grand new Riverwalk Resort at Loon Mountain, in the White Mountains of NH, is hand-crafting classic European grape varietals and locally sourced fruits into wines of distinction.<br><br>The fruit may be from around the world, but our wine embraces the spirit of New Hampshire. LIVE FREE.
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psparro wrote a review Mar 2020
Branford, Connecticut5 contributions3 helpful votes
Fun visit for all ages. Especially pretty lit up at night and with snow on the grpundPlan on a good hour. Dress warm boots and gloves recommended.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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beanez wrote a review Mar 2020
Exeter, New Hampshire18 contributions1 helpful vote
A must see exhibit of ice sculpted into a beautiful edifice of a castle... A one in a million display of nature transformed into art... Check it out before it is gone...
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jesamel411 wrote a review Mar 2020
Long Island, New York6 contributions
Beautiful ice castles. Took a lot of great pictures. Glad we went at pre-dusk for we had small child with us. When I booked tickets prior to travel they told me over the phone that the added feature of sleigh ride was sold out. When we checking in inperson, they were offering sleigh rides !!!! Go figure
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Martha P wrote a review Mar 2020
19 contributions5 helpful votes
This was our very first time to the Ice Castles. First off - do dress warmly! Secondly - this is NOT a big attraction. We took our time to explore all of the nooks and only took under an hour. The castles are beautiful and kids sure have fun! Note- there is no food except for hot chocolate and cookies. The hot chocolate did not taste good at all but the cookies were super!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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dougglawe wrote a review Mar 2020
Mountain Top, Pennsylvania3 contributions
This place is unreal. Never saw anything like it. The ice castle was awesome to walk through. Night was special with the ice lit up in different colors. The fun of the ice slide to go through and walking through the castle and if wanting crawl through areas. Fountains and pictures your able to have taken is special. You need to see this when there in the winter.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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