High-Quality Handcrafted

From Beautiful Granite and Fine Jewelry to Sweet Maple Syrup and Artisan Cheese

Vermont has long been known for maple, fine cheeses and exquisite craftsmanship, but Vermonters' innovative nature has taken many of these nostalgic products and raised them to the next level. Central Vermont is filled with age-old products such as granite, maple and ice cream that use modern technology to innovate and grow. Here you can see how Vermont farmers are using solar energy and reverse osmosis to create the sweetest and purest Vermont maple syrup that will ever touch your lips. You can watch as laser-guided machines cut large pieces of granite while sculptors hand-carve the final product. Not only can you enjoy the fruits of our labor, but you can participate and see how it is produced. 

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Vermont Culinary Experiences

Vermont’s scenic roadways lead to delicious, local cuisine by artisan chefs, creative food companies and passionate farmers.This six-day itinerary offers a sumptuous smorgasbord of Vermont agrarian and food experiences. Hungry for more? More Vermont culinary tours are at DIGINVT.COM.

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Vermont Cheese Trail

The Vermont Cheese Council introduces you to more than 45 cheesemakers who produce over 150 varieties of small-batch, sheep, cow and goat specialty cheeses and have won literally scores of awards.

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Brewery Challenge

Small state. Big beer. Vermont's brewers are making magic. The Vermont Brewers Association invites you to go on a tasting tour & discover for yourself.