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Enjoy a taste of summer. Includes two bottles of the Truro Lighthouse Series, one Cape Blush, a lighter bodied and refreshing Rosé with hints of strawberries and fresh fruit flavors and one Diamond White, their award-winning white blend. Also includes Atkins own Red Wine Jelly, New England Cheddar Cheese, Crackers and three Lindt Lindor Truffles.
LOCAL DELIVERY or STORE PICK-UP ONLY
A 21+ Signature Is Required Upon Delivery
No Alcohol will be delivered to any student residence on any of the 5 local College campuses.
Truro Vineyards, Cape Cod.
Truro Vineyards has been in existence since 1992 but the house and the estate date back nearly two centuries.
Built in 1813, the square dignified Federal house was part of a farm from its earliest beginnings. First owned by John and Hannah Hughes, the property was later purchased by Captain Atkins Hughes. It was in turn given to his daughter, Amelia and her husband Michael Rich. Rich became a prosperous farmer selling grain, coal and milk from the estate. His hard work and ambition earned Michael the reputation of being “the busiest man in the village”.
In 1930 famed artist Edward Hopper was inspired by the property and painted “Rich’s House”. He returned a year later to paint “Rich’s Barn”.
During the 1940’s Elton and Margaret Rich were in stewardship of the property. During that time the Richs produced magnificent cantaloupes grown in the estate’s warm, well drained sandy soil. Later, this same soil and site would prove to be a perfect spot for growing grapes. In 1964 the property was sold to Burton and Maxine Rice.
The Chinese Mulberry tree that graces the property to the right of the front door was brought over by a ship’s captain around 1850. It has been carefully preserved and maintained. Our most frequently asked question is not about our wines, but rather: “What kind of tree is that?”