Best Maine Wineries

Maine is best known for its breathtaking landscapes, outdoor activities galore, and, of course, delicious seafood.

But for you wine lovers, there are plenty of spots to enjoy a beverage at fun wine bars and wineries in Southern Maine.

Cellardoor Winery produces more than 20 different wines today. Local grapes grown on their 5 acres of vineyards are hybrids (created from a Vitis Vinifera species and an American vine species).

Cellardoor Winery

In the cozy space, you can build your own flight from a menu of 15 Maine wines, ciders, sangria, vermouth, gin, and rum. They even have whisky.

Sweetgrass Winery & Distillery

Packaged in cans, Blue Lobster’s wines are easy to enjoy along with a beach sunset, a campfire, a boat ride, a picnic, or a backyard BBQ.

Blue Lobster Urban Winery

Their wine list features more than 100 different bottles that you can enjoy on-site right by the coast. Or purchase from their retail store.

Coastal Wine Bar

The wine list features more than 20 options by the glass. And nearly 70 by the bottle (including magnums if you’re feeling extra thirsty).

Old Vines Wine Bar

The charming nautical-themed Portland Harbor Hotel is smack dab in the middle of the action. You can step out the front door and be just steps from the cobblestoned streets of Old Port.

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