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Flag Hill Winery & Distillery Educational Series


Feb 4, 2016 to Jun 2, 2016
06:30 PM until 09:00 PM

This event occurs monthly, on the first Thursday of February, March, April, May and June.


Have you ever wondered what wine-making is really like? Or what the difference is between fermentation and distillation?

Have you ever wanted to impress your friends at a dinner party by presenting the perfect wine and food pairing?

Don't worry, Flag Hill has your back! Presenting an educational series at Flag Hill the first Thursday of the month from February to June.

Reservations Required for this 21+ event
$30 per person, per event (or $100 for four educational series events and $125 for all five including our food and wine pairing evening!)

Email to make your reservation!


$30 per person


View map Flag Hill Winery & Distillery
297 North River Road
Lee, NH

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Flag Hill Winery & Distillery


(603) 659-2949

Contact name

Christa Phaneuf

Contact email

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