Rusty and Katy Corriveau are privileged to bring you a gathering place for respite from your busy lives.
Set at the home and farm land of the late Asa & Sarah Lincoln (circa 1823), A perfect place to create a unique local winery at this historical setting. Rusty grew up in Brimfield, and worked at the Brimfield Antique shows at this very spot parking cars. After retiring from the Marine Corps they brought their first baby back to begin growing the family in a town they loved.
Winemaker- Musto Wine Grape Co.
Maureen Macdonald is a University of Vermont graduate who studied viticulture and oenological science at UCONN and Naugatuck Valley Community College. Her professional career began as a corporate cocktail designer for a large Boston based restaurant group and then became winemaker for Cassidy Hill Vineyard in Coventry, CT. She has now moved on to head the winemaking consulting and lab analysis division at Musto Wine Grape. She currently makes over 25,000 gallons of wine a year in New England for various clients. She is an active member of the American Wine Society and is one of the co-founders of the Women Winemakers of New England. In her spare time, she also enjoys contributing to winemaking blogs and writing articles on winemaking techniques for Winemaker Magazine as well as teaching winemaking classes. She has won dozens of medals for her wines, including double golds and Best of Show, in national winemaking competitions such as Amenti Del Vino Competition, American Wine Society Competition, and the Musto Wine Grape Competition.
The most feared step of any journey is the beginning. We'd like to thank our friends and family for their devoted support. We also like to thank our many role models like Hardwick Winery-John Samek (an original Brimfield Boy & close friend). Musto Wine & Grape Co. ( a perfect partner for us , lending us years of experience and a great Winemaker to help us bring you quality wines) Their guidance and knowledge has been invaluable. And even our latest find, Balderdash Cellars in Pittsfield, MA. Their outstanding commitment to great wines made in the Northeast is inspiring.