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ariel view of  Isle La Motte Vineyard near lake Champlain in Vermont

Isle La Motte Vineyard

A Vermont winery on the shores of Lake Champlain. Come for the wines, stay for the views.

Opening May 24th For The 2024 Season!

85 Shrine Road

Isle La Motte, VT  05463

Summer hours:  
Friday - Sunday: 1 - 6:00 p.m.


Our Tasting Room

Isle La Motte Vineyard’s new tasting room offers a cozy indoor space with air conditioning for summer and a warm atmosphere for winter. 


Explore Our Wines

Our selection of various white and red wines including blends and standalone whites from Frontenac Blanc, La Crescent, and Louise Swenson grapes.


Upcoming Events

We love to have a good time with good music, wine, and art. Join us at one of our many events.   See Facebook for details.

Blake Matteson

Acoustic Guitar &

Beautiful Vocals

7/5, 4 - 6:00 p.m.

Sky gazing dinner & wine
9/7, 6 - 9:00 p.m.

Artisan Markets

6/22, 7/27 & 8/24
1 - 5:00 p.m.

Smokey Newfield Project Concert

5 - 8:00 p.m.

Ursa and the Major Key Concert

5 - 8:00 p.m.

Welcome To Our Vineyard

Stop by for an hour, or an afternoon.

After exploring numerous wineries and vineyards, my partner Steven and I infused our experiences into Isle La Motte Vineyard, nestled in picturesque Grand Isle County along Lake Champlain. Joining the vibrant community of Vermont wineries, we've made it our mission to craft inviting spaces.

At our vineyard, nestled among the scenic Vermont vineyards, we offer a warm welcome to all wine enthusiasts eager to learn about the local Vermont wine scene. Come savor our wines while soaking in one of the best views for wine tasting in Vermont. We're passionate about taking it slow, chatting with visitors, and sharing our love for wine and nature.

What Visitors Say

Wade L.

Great local spot with amazing and unique wines fermented and aged on-site! New this year is an open air tasting room with small plates featuring local fare with an amazing vineyard view. Stop in and try the robust Bourbon Barrel, Marquette, or the Rose and grab a snack. A must see if you are visiting the islands!

Stories from the Vineyard

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