Friday, May 15, 2015

Wine Train - Ride the Naugatuck Railroad

The Naugatuck Railroad and Haigh-Brown Vineyard have teamed up on Sunday, May 24 at 2 p.m. for a scenic ride along the Naugatuck River with a stop at Haight-Brown Vineyard in Litchfield. This unique experience includes a scenic train ride, full wine tasting, food and winery tour.  This train ride is for adults only and the cost is $75 per person. For tickets

Participants will spend the afternoon in old-time luxury! Meet at the Railroad Museum of New England's Thomaston train station located on 242 East Main Street just off of Rte. 8, 20 to 30 minutes prior to the 2 pm train time before boarding a 1920s era vintage railroad car.
Guests on the train will enjoy a scenic New England train ride while sipping a glass or two of wine and light appetizers from Haight Brown Vineyard. Upon returning to the train station, ticket holders will return to their vehicles and travel 8 miles to Haight-Brown Vineyard via scenic Route 254, a 10 minute trip.

Upon arrival at the vineyard, participants will continue their wine tasting, paired with generous small plate delights! This special excursion is hosted by staff from the Vineyard and by the volunteers of the Railroad Museum of New England. For more information on the Naugatuck Railroad
New at the Vineyard is a new wine that was released on Mothers Day which is called Strawberry Bliss that is a riesling strawberry wine.  For more information about Haight-Brown Vineyard

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