Sweet Baby Vineyard handcrafted, internationally award-winning red, white and fruit wines.
Sweet Baby Vineyard opened for the first time in 2008. What started as a hobby, wine making, became a passion. Check out the about us page for more information about us, our history and our future.
WHERE TO BUY
Click the link below to find a complete list of retailers and for information on how to buy our wines online through Vinoshippers.
Our local farms are important to us, as farmers, business owners and parents. Since 2008, we have continued to work exclusively with the same New Hampshire farms. We are committed to supporting local farming in New Hampshire and donate 10% of our profits to our local farmers.
Lewis & Stacey Eaton
Sweet Baby Vineyard planted its first grape vines in 2006. Our vineyard now has over 1000 vines (with an additional 4 acres being planted in 2019) and six varieties of grapes. In addition, we purchase grapes from other vineyards in New Hampshire, New York, California, and other notable wine regions. The following varieties are handcrafted with locally grown grapes: Niagara, Niagara 1848, Minnie's Bubbles, Farm Stand White, Marechal Foch, Callum's Red, Barn Door Red, Jay's Rose and Baby's Blush.
Our fruit wines are made with 100% New Hampshire grown fruits from the best local farms listed below:
High Hopes Orchard- Westmoreland
Applecrest Farms- Hampton Falls
Taylor Brown Blueberry Company- Alton
Our pears are grown on our land and by two friends.
Our Brand & Logo
When Sweet Baby Vineyard opened in 2008, our logo incorporated a photo of our daughters' hands. This logo was very special to us and became well known by our customers. By 2013 we had grown in volume and had created a product line with 16 different varieties. We soon realized that our logo no longer suited our needs and did not make it possible for customers to distiguish our different varieties of wne. We also wanted to showcase on our labels the local farms that have supplied us with fruit from our beginnings and been invaluable to our success. We worked with two local companies, Be Good Branding and Pixels & Pulp to redo our logo and labels. The results are bright and whimsical labels that demonstate our commitment to our local farms and their products. . . We hope you love them as much we we do.