Founded in 1998 by Kate and Charles Dodge, Putney Mountain Winery makes award-wining artisanal wines, liqueurs and sparkling cider. Twenty years later we still make our beverages from the bounty of produce grown on local and regional family farms of this region. Our wines that have been described in the press as “extraordinary,” “love at first taste,” and even “an intensely remarkable treasure”. Windham Grows has helped us develop a business plan for future distribution.
Southern Vermont's friendliest little health food store! We own a grocery store with a whole lot of friends and since 1941 we've been Putney's community owned and operated grocery store, specializing in local, organic and sustainable products for you and your family. Whether you’re searching for fresh, delicious produce from neighboring farms, supplements, Earth-friendly cleaning products, mouth-watering baked goods, a sandwich to go or one of our made to order lattes, we have it all and we love to share it with you!
Serving Putney since 1796, the Putney General Store is a true community centerpiece, beautifully rebuilt after two fires. Come in for delicious baked goods, coffee, sandwiches, pizza, soup, and prepared foods. Enjoy something from our famous deli case – a steak burrito, hot mac and cheese, grilled veggies, or special kale salad. Take home a slice of KT’s amazing carrot cake and a G-store T-Shirt! Shop our maple syrup and other Vermont products, great selection of craft beers and wine, meats, groceries, plus hardware and sundries. A friendly place to eat in or take out. Open 7 am to 7 pm, every day.
A family operated business offering locally sourced delicious fare in a welcoming community environment. House-smoked pork & turkey make the Pork and Reuben Sandwiches exceptional. House-made salad dressings, hand-cut fries, home-made desserts and food cooked to order no Sysco pre-made here. Owner JD and wife Jeanne welcome you personally and make sure you enjoy your dining experience. One of the older Putney structures with hand-hewn beams and tables cut from local trees give the winter months with the Jotul Stove blazing a cozy atmosphere. Summer dining is on the deck surrounded by Black Locust trees and lovely flower boxes a Vermont experience you won’t forget. Upstairs on one side of the loft a pool table area and seating with additional tables for parties up to 26 on the other side. A little over a mile from I-91 exit 4 on Rt. 5. Open Tuesday - Saturday at 4 with Dinner from 5 pm until 9pm. Closing depends so call but never before 10:30. Sunday serving food from 2pm until 8pm