Lake Champlain Tasting Trail
In June of 2018, Vermont’s agritourism officials announced the creation of a new tasting trail in the Champlain Valley, connecting restaurants, farms, farmers’ markets, breweries, cideries, and wineries along Lake Champlain.
The Lake Champlain Tasting Trail is part of a broader effort among officials from Vermont, New York, Quebec, and Ontario to create a trail focused on authentic farm and food experiences, which (when complete) will become the world’s longest international culinary trail. Visitors can plan their own personalized route along the Lake Champlain Tasting Trail by visiting DigInVT.com to see all participating farms, restaurants, and attractions. The Vermont section includes locations in Franklin, Grand Isle, Chittenden, and Addison counties.
The primary partners in Vermont are UVM Extension, Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Vermont Department of Tourism, and the Vermont Fresh Network.
“Years of strong collaboration have set the table for developing Vermont’s Lake Champlain Tasting Trail,” said Vermont Agency of Agriculture Deputy Secretary Alyson Eastman about the launch. "The DigInVT online platform provides a richly populated starting point for discovering more of Vermont's culinary and agricultural experiences—and the Lake Champlain Tasting Trail is the perfect example of that in action.”