Arrigoni Winery

Portland, Connecticut

Arrigoni Winery in Portland brings Connecticut wine tasting fun to central Connecticut! Our wine vineyard and winery, nestled in the fertile Connecticut River valley, offers visitors a cozy wine tasting room, relaxing sunset wine patio, and covered pavilion with outdoor space heaters for wine-tasting comfort all year long—regardless of weather! Arrigoni Winery makes a truly unique and personal venue for hosting memorable celebrations. Our vineyard grounds, Wine Patio, Covered Pavilion, and Country Barn Winery offer a variety of space options to accommodate small to large groups of up to 150. Food catering, tents, entertainment, and complete event planning services are also available if needed to help ensure your special event at Arrigoni Winery is a perfect success!

Farm Products:

Arrigoni red wines, Arrigoni white wines, Arrigoni specialty wines and Arrigoni World-Famous Sangria. The Winery offers a host of facilities and activites including entertainment, weddings and events and a gift shop. For a complete list, go to the Arrigoni Winery website.

Owner:

Mailing Address:

1287 Portland-Cobalt Rd (Route 66), Portland, CT 06480, USA

Farm Location:

1287 Portland-Cobalt Rd (Route 66), Portland, CT 06480, USA

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Phone:

(860) 342-1999

Email:

Contact us via the website.

Open:

Seven days a week.

Hours:

Monday through Thursday, 11am to 6pm; Friday, 11am to 9pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 6pm.

Directions:

Located on Route 66 in Portland, in the “Gifts from the Heart Plaza” just minutes from Middletown, Route 9 and the Arrigoni Bridge.

What’s Growing:

Special Information:

  • Wine tasting events to sample their most popular wines.
  • Live entertainment. Check their website for schedules.
  • Lots of unique gifts.

RiverCOG
145 Dennison Road, Essex, CT 06426

Phone: (860) 581-8554
Email: info@rivercog.org

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