Our estate grown Foch finished dry, perfect for roast meat
An aged Chamborcin with hints of pepper. Pairs well with meat and spicy sauces. A second batch is now available that was aged in an oak barrel.
Dark in the glass and on the tongue with flavors of black raspberry and plum
A Cabernet Franc with bell pepper finish
This Catawba wine has the traditional foxy flavor of it's grape. It's definitely an everyday food kind of wine pairing with bbq, fried chicken, or a burger.
Our estate grown Chambocin blended with cherry juice
After many requests, we have finally made a Concord wine! With a taste straight out of a jelly jar, this will pair with nearly anything, from BBQ to dark chocolate.
The very first wine we sold out of is officially back! Our estate grown Chamborcin is sweetened to make an easy drinking wine for those sweet wine drinkers out there.
A Vionier with aromas of orange blossoms and honeysuckle, combined with intricately layered flavours of green apple and pineapple make this wine an excellent aperitif, or a good complement for lighter dishes.
This is a traditional Chardonel with similarities to it's more popular parent grape, Chardonnay. There are notes of green apple and pear. Unlike most dry wines, this is better chilled.
Our Sauvignon Blanc has a crisp flavor with high acidity. Because of it's lemony, herbal taste it pairs well with grilled fish or spring salads.
Middle of the road in sweetness, this Seyval Blanc is a crowd pleaser with it's crisp lemon flavor. Because of the sweetness, this wine goes great with spicy Asian dishes.
Made from the Native American grape named Niagara, this sweet wine will remind you of eating fresh grapes off your grandparents' vines. Pairs wonderfully with fresh fruits, nutty cheeses, or warm pastries.
Any non-grape wine.
A Blackberry wine perfect for dessert
Rich aroma and flavor of fresh tart blueberries, perfect as an accompaniment to desserts or fruit salads.
A cranberry apple wine that is brightly colored and wonderfully light. It is perfect by itself or with light appetizers such as goat cheese and fruit.
Our wine blended with brandy
The last of the collection is the Chamborcin. This has the flavor of a traditional fortified wine. Tasting more on the semi-dry side, this shows why fortified wines have been liked for so long. All that's needed is a good book and a fireplace to feel classy as hell.
*indicates wine made exclusively from grapes grown on the property