This Chamborcin has gone through a short stint of malolactic fermentation to soften the tannins and acidity to help bring out the natural flavors of cherry and plum.
A recently emptied barrel used for whiskey was refilled with a dry Chamborcin and left alone for 9 months. This wine will be excellent with basically any type of red meat.
Our Zinfandel has a softer flavor than a traditional Zin, partially due to letting it sit and mellow itself out. This wine is balanced enough to sip around a campfire, but is fabulous when paired with beef dishes.
This fruity Malbec is full bodied, but low in tannins to make it a perfect wine for drinking by itself on the couch during movie night or paired with wonderful meals ranging from braised lamb to PB&J.
Catawba is a grape flavor all it's own. This foxy, bright red is sweet, but not overly sweet. This allows the wine to be a good choice for drinking on it's own around a fire pit or in an ice filled glass at a picnic next to a plate of fried chicken.
This wine is made from the Rougeon grape and has flavors reminiscent of cherries and plums. It pairs well with rich chocolate desserts, but would also be fantastic for homemade charcuterie boards, full of dry aged meats and hard cheeses.
Our Concord wine is sweet and fruity, everything to expect from the grape that is the most popular for jams and jellies.
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.
This Alsatian style Riesling has a crisp, mineral-y flavor that has flavors of apple and pear. Pair with seafood from fish tacos to sashimi to crab cakes and everything in between for a stellar meal.
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
A semi sweet Traminette blended with cranberry for a pop of flavor reminiscent of Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners.
Our specialty wine is back! Heritage apples made an excellent wine that was then sweetened with maple syrup from the family farm just a mile down the road, and then spiced with cinnamon.
We mixed our very popular blackberry wine with a blueberry and are very happy with the results! This smooth and tart wine will be perfect for date nights or binging on chocolate cake.
Piquant and robust, this semi-sweet wine has flavors of tart apples, cherries and cranberries with bold tannins reminiscent of a dry red.
Our sweet elderberry is back due to popular demand! Sweet and tart, this wine has become one of our most popular year round, but is sought after especially hard during cold winter weather.
Our wine blended with brandy
Our fortified blackberry is back! Smoother than the previous batch, this dark and rich sipping wine would be perfect for staying in while it rains or snows outside.
This is our elderberry wine that has brandy added to it. Plenty of the elderberry flavor and sweetness is still there, but it definitely has the brandy kick! This is what's needed for a cold winter's night while baking cookies or sitting around a fireplace.
*indicates wine made exclusively from grapes grown on the property