Nothing bitter about Coastal Wine Trail

LOCAL  FLAVOR: Couples enjoy an outdoor wine tasting at Newport Vineyards, one of 14 vineyards and wineries that make up the Coastal Wine Trail in Southern New England. / COURTESY MARIANNE LEE PHOTOGRAPHY
LOCAL FLAVOR: Couples enjoy an outdoor wine tasting at Newport Vineyards, one of 14 vineyards and wineries that make up the Coastal Wine Trail in Southern New England. / COURTESY MARIANNE LEE PHOTOGRAPHY
Roughly 3,000 miles east of California's Napa Valley, and even farther from France's notable wine-making regions, lays Rhode Island, not always the top destination for wine tourists. This was the catalyst behind five southeastern New England vineyards; Little Compton's Carolyn's Sakonnet Vineyard, Newport Vineyards, Portsmouth's Greenvale Vineyards, Westport's Westport Rivers Winery, Clinton, Conn.'s Chamard Vineyards…

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