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Lunch at LaBelle Winery | NH Food Photography

Lunches with girlfriends are just the best, aren’t they? Once a month for the past ten years without fail, my group of girlfriends have gotten together for lunch at someone’s house for a “crop”. We all used to scrapbook, but over the years most of us have quit except for a couple. But we still get together to eat, gab, and laugh. We’ve been through so much in each other’s lives. Sometimes we get together at a restaurant instead of one of our homes, and today we tried out LaBelle Winery in Amherst. We loved it!   While the conversation was excellent,  I took photos of the food which we all thoroughly enjoyed and raved about.

My red wine flight was delicious. I was anxious to try some of their specialty wines since I have never had any fruit wines other than the traditional grape. And believe me, with all the wine I drink, that is a miracle. I chose blueberry, Granite State Red, and cranberry for my tastes.

LaBelle Winery Red Wine flight

My lunch entree was the Roasted Chicken Tartine with house salad, and I loved every bit of it. The pesto, roasted red peppers, and goat cheese were perfectly soft and melty (yet crunchy on the outside) in the panini press.It’s a very reasonable portion that leaves you feeling not full at all, and totally ready for some dessert.

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LaBelle Winery Roasted Chicken Tartine

The lemon tart was gorgeous, almost too pretty to eat. The shell broke apart easily, revealing a very soft and lightly flavored lemon mousse topped with an amazing assortment of fresh fruit. It was a very light dessert which was a perfect ending to a light lunch.

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I was so pleased with this lovely little restaurant, that I can’t wait to come back again and try something else from their menu. Everything my friends and I ate was completely delicious. Personally, I have got to try that jalapeno wine!

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