Reviews


Michael Cuff

Small, but a lot of fun! I...

8/28/16
Small, but a lot of fun! I loved hearing the story about the winery and the annual trek to Maine for Blueberrys!
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r gagne

Great wine great family run business they...

7/9/16
Great wine great family run business they take pride in what they do just take the road in slow
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beverlyjoann89

Quaint little winery with wonderful staff! Very...

3/7/16
Quaint little winery with wonderful staff! Very homey feeling.
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Stefanie Rozek

Great spot to get unique locally-made, fruit-based...

12/15/15
Great spot to get unique locally-made, fruit-based wine. The cranberry apple and blackberry wines are my favorites. The owner offers free tastings/samplings, and you can even buy custom-made wine bottle labels for special occasions like birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, holidays, etc. I also love that you can bring your own snack/picnic food as you sip away outside or inside with wine by the glass or with a bottle (if you're 2+ people). The winery also offers loyalty cards for buying wine by the glass/bottle, which is a nice touch, and the owner asks her customer base for harvesting help in the late summer (you get paid in wine--everybody wins!). My mother-in-law, sister-in-law, and I sometimes drop by for just the casual drink. It's very pleasant to sit by the cozy fireplace during the colder months, or to soak in the scenery and the vineyards outside on a warmer day. The winery is also nicely tucked away on its own land/property, so I often feel like I'm on a private estate somewhere in Europe.
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Holly Dillon

Great wine - Love the Cranberry Apple...

7/29/15
Great wine - Love the Cranberry Apple Wine! Great atmosphere and wonderful staff. Free tastings.
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About Winery and Wines

Diamond Hill Vineyards is a second generation family run vineyard and winery set in over 30 acres of vineyards, beautiful gardens and unspoiled woodlands in Cumberland, RI.
The Berntson family planted their first vines in 1976 and now have 4 acres of Pinot Noir growing. Because fine Pinot Noir requires long aging, we decided to revive the old New England tradition of making wine from New England fruits such as apples, cranberries, peaches and blueberries.

We invite you to spend a relaxing afternoon tasting our wines and maybe unwind with a glass of wine in the lovely settings.

Due to limited space, please call if you have a group of 8 or more coming to sample.