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Colchester Vineyard Wins Medals, shows off CT Wine
10.13.2019 | THE BULLETIN
COLCHESTER — Winemaking can be hard work, but Ruann Viljoen, Priam Vineyard’s winemaker and horticulturalist, thinks it’s worth it. Priam Vineyard of Colchester received three medals for its wines, including a gold medal, at the Ninth Annual New York International Wine Competition.
Priam Wins Award at International Competition
10.07.2019 | THE MIDDLETOWN PRESS
COLCHESTER - Three Connecticut wines handcrafted at Priam Vineyards rose to the top at the 9th Annual New York International Wine Competition in 2019, earning gold, silver and bronze medals. As a result of its strong showing, Priam Vineyards was named Connecticut Winery of the Year for the fourth consecutive year.
11 Shailor Hill Road
Colchester, CT 06415
Experience Priam Vineyards
2019 | CT EAST MAGAZINE
On a bright spring morning, Priam Vineyards was so green it dazzled the eye. Once you step on to the property off Shailor Hill Road in Colchester, it’s magical, like you’re stepping into another time and place. (pg. 4-7)
Priam Vineyards in Colchester is now Vegan-Certified
05.30.2019 | VEG WORLD NEWS
Recently, the Colchester winery Priam Vineyards was certified as vegan-friendly by the BevVeg! label, which provides certification for vegan beverages, food, and other consumer products. This might come as a bit of a surprise, but not all wines are created vegan.
Priam Vineyards: Vegan-Certified Wine Plus a Lineup of Summer Fun
05.27.2019 | HARTFORD COURANT
In 2010, Priam Vineyards installed solar panels on its 40-acre farm, becoming what’s believed to be the first solar-powered winery in New England. More recently, the Colchester winery celebrated another first: It has been certified as vegan-friendly by the BevVeg! label for vegan beverages, food and consumer products.
À VOTRE SANTÉ to CT's Only Certified Vegan-Friendly Vineyard
Feb.2019 | INK PUBLICATIONS
When you choose a particular wine to pair with steak, chicken, or fish, do you ever wonder what went into the winemaking process? (pg. 56-61)