The Castleton Village Store is in the center of historic Castleton which serves the local community, and is located beside Castleton State College in the western Green Mountains on the banks of Lake Bomoseen. The 100-year old historic Castleton Village Store provides one of the largest selection of wines in Vermont including the local varietals such as Lacresent, St. Croix, Marquette, and Frontenac. We have a knowledgeable staff to help guide you through your purchase whether it be wine, Vermont micro-brews, artisan cheeses, pure Vermont maple syrup, or other Vermont specialty foods. We pride ourselves on our continual support of local farmers through sales of farm fresh eggs, meats, sausage, cheese and vegetables from the Champlain valley and its importance in the localivore movement. The Village Store is not only a great wine shop in Rutland County but also the hub of this local community.

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Featuring

sv1 Stephen Vincent Crimson 2006 $10.99
A blend of 75% Syrah and 25 % Cabernet Sauvignon. Deep dark crimson color, with lots of black fruit on the nose. Soft tannins round out rich flavors of licorice, blackberries and cinnamon.
montcalm Montcalm St. Croix 2007 $14.99
A Rhone-style red from Benson, Vermont using the winter hearty grape varietal St. Croix. Full-bodied, flinty with nice fruit on the palate.

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