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Connecticut’s Haight-Brown Vineyard on the Market [UPDATE]

Passionate for Pinot? Mad about Moscato? If you’ve ever had 'grape expectations,' Litchfield’s Haight-Brown Vineyard is in need of a new owner.

Haight-Brown Vineyard in Litchfield is for sale. Credit: Jaimie Cura
Haight-Brown Vineyard in Litchfield is for sale. Credit: Jaimie Cura

Haight-Brown Vineyard holds the title of the first and oldest vineyard in the state, Connecticut Magazine reports.

It was established in 1975 by Sherman Haight and only changed hands once, in 2007, when Amy Senew and Courtney Brown purchased the vineyard.

Now, the Tudor-style building and 16-acre vineyard located at 29 Chestnut Hill Rd., Litchfield, is in need of a new owner.

The property is listed for $1,475,000 on the William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty’s website.

Chocolate, cheese and wine pairings were popular events at Haight-Brown Vineyard and often featured food items local to the state or New England. 

The vineyard will remain open and continue to offer events, Realtor John Sniffen told Patch. The events calendar on the Haight-Brown website presently lists events through May.

The vineyard released traditional wines, such as Chardonnay and Riesling, as well as more unique wines, like Strawberry Bliss and Apple Crannie.

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