Our 10 Favorite New Wineries for 2022

Looking to mix up your wine-drinking routine? Older wines aren’t always best. Check out these amazing wineries that are newer to the US vineyard scene and are already turning heads.

Domaine LeSeurre, Hammondsport, NY

The masterminds behind Domaine LeSeurre, Sebastien and Celine LeSeurre, are originally from Champagne, France and both grew up around French wines. They brought that wine-making expertise to upstate New York when they opened Domaine LeSeurre.

Acumen Wines, Napa, CA

Napa Valley is the ultimate wine destination in the US, so it’s no surprise that new wineries are always opening in this popular region. One of the top newcomers, though, must be Acumen Wines, primarily specializing in Cabernet Sauvignons and Sauvignon Blancs.

Ron Yates Wines, Hye, TX

Ron Yates Wines is a breath of fresh air in the wine community. As much respect as this new winery has for tradition, they take a uniquely novel approach that gives their wines a notable twist.

Salamanca Estate Winery, Albion, NY

Wine connoisseurs throughout upstate New York and beyond flock to this beloved newcomer to the Niagara Falls wine scene. On top of delicious wines, this winery proudly features local entertainment too including live music and more.

Marked Tree Vineyard, Flat Rock, NC

Cruising the Carolinas and looking for a great glass of vino? Marked Tree Vineyard, a newcomer that opened in 2020, is a must-try. Using grape varietals that were specifically curated for the mountainous region, this winery is putting out spectacular wines you won’t believe until you try them.

Bow & Arrow Wines, Portland, OR

Stemming from a winemaker with a longstanding history of wine expertise and, just as importantly, a passion for the vine, Bow & Arrow Wines is one of the few emerging wineries in Portland, but it’s made a splash already. Their Rhinestones wine is an absolute show-stopper.

The Winery North of 12, Brooklyn, MI

Founded by a former photographer, The Winery North of 12 takes advantage of the grape-friendly soil of Michigan to produce an exceptional lineup of wines. In the Irish Hills area, this emerging winery also features a fantastic and relaxing tasting room environment including outdoor seating for the warmer months.

Train Wreck Winery, Algona, IA

It might be their name, but this winery’s wines are anything but train wrecks. Iowa isn’t known for its vineyards but this emerging winery just may put it on the map with its wide variety of fantastic wines.

Hermit Woods Winery, Meredith, NH

Hermit Woods Winery is a cozy local hotspot for New Hampshire residents, but the warm atmosphere makes it a welcoming place for visitors too. Uniquely, in addition to producing top-of-the-line, award-winning wines, this winery offers an on-site deli too.

White Raven Winery, Columbia Falls, MT

The winery scene as a whole is rather new in Montana, with the first Montana winery opening in 1980, but it has continued to grow. As a newcomer, White Raven Winery is continuing the growing tradition of delicious wines coming from this gorgeous frontier.

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