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Little Compton, Rhode Island
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Little Compton, RI
(range: 2 miles)
Founded in 1975, Sakonnet Vineyard rests on 150 acres of land, 30 of which have produced our award-winning wines for over four decades. Our grapes are grown locally, picked by hand, and barrel-aged in French, Hungarian, Russian and American oak. (This excerpt taken from the Sakonnet Vineyards website)
Located within a one hour drive of Boston, Providence, Newport, and the towns of Southeastern Massachusetts, Tiverton Four Corners host cozy shops nestled into a quaint 18th century New England Village.  (This excerpt taken from the Tiverton Four Corners website)
Greenvale Vineyards is a sixth generation farm producing small quantities of exceptional estate-grown wines. Settled along the Sakonnet River, our vineyard and tasting room experience integrates stunning wines on a breathtaking landscape (This excerpt taken from the Greenvale Vineyards website)
Norman Bird Sanctuary is a nonprofit wildlife sanctuary and environmental education center with more than 325 acres of diverse habitats and 7 miles of hiking trails. (This excerpt taken from the Norman Bird Sanctuary and Museum website)
Welcome to the (new) Newport Vineyards. A beverage and culinary destination that blends together award-winning wine, fresh craft beer, farm to table dining experiences and unique events situated on over 100-acres of preserved farmland. Experience a touch of Napa just minutes from Newport, RI. (This excerpt taken from the Newport Vineyards and Winery website)
Historic home of the great 18th century philosopher, maintained since 1899 by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Rhode Island (This excerpt taken from the George Berkley's Whitehall website)
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Middletown, RI
(range: 5 miles)
Sachuest Beach, locally known as Second Beach, is a South facing, mile-long, family-friendly beach with good surf and great sand. (This excerpt taken from the Sachuest Beach website)
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Middletown, RI
(range: 5 miles)
Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge is managed as part of the Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex. (This excerpt taken from the Sachuest Point website)
By the time the sport of polo arrived on Newport’s shores during the Gilded Age in the 1800s, it was ripe with 2500 years of evolution, captivating newcomers as it swept the globe. Newport’s summer sporting set embraced the new pastime, establishing America's first polo club in 1876. A charter member of the United States Polo Association, Newport Polo remains a trailblazing model polo club, hosting the Newport International Polo Series public exhibition matches for the community's enjoyment, supporting philanthropic causes, hosting tournaments, polo club member services and polo instruction year-round. (This excerpt taken from the Newport Polo Club website)
In 1982 Bob and Carol Russell sought to re-enter the wine-growing business that Carol’s father, Herbert Grifenhagen, and grandfather, Max Grifenhagen, loved so dearly. Herb and his father had grown their upstate New York Germania Wine Cellars brand into a nationally celebrated sparkling wine. The Russell couple dreamed of returning to the family’s tradition of raising grapes and making champagne. In 1982, after searching the globe for the perfect place to farm flavorful sparkling wine, they chose Westport, MA. Their bold vision and daring tactic was proven to be revolutionary. (This excerpt taken from the Westport Rivers Winery website)
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