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— Our Wines —
Renewing a European family tradition of fine winemaking, winemaker Bill Loew has been making premium wines in the United States since 1985.
Two Consenting Grapes - A scintillating, un-oaked blend of Vidal Blanc and Reliance, with zesty notes of citrus and tropical fruits. Try matching this wine with spicy, peppery foods.
Apples & Honey - A dry Cyser blend of local apples, wildflower, and clover honey. Bright with citrus notes. Atypical for a mead, but incredibly refreshing.
Classic Red - A vibrant, peppery blend of Maréchal Foch and Chancellor. Great with Italian comfort food.
Maréchal Foch - Bright with notes of black cherry in the bouquet. Pairs well with savory foods. Good spaghetti red. (SOLD OUT)
Harvest Red Reserve - Hearty, fruit-forward blend of Cabernet Franc and Chancellor. Robust, with smooth tannins. Complements savory meals or something from the grill. A very special blend.
Chancellor - 100% Chancellor grape. Supple, smooth, with hints of wild berries and rose petals. Soft tannins.
Celebration - Dry rosé, light-bodied with a floral bouquet and fruity character.
Serendipity - Notes of citrus, mango and pineapple in the bouquet; a unique wine made from the Reliance grape.
Honey & Grape - The family tradition of honey wine now spans more than a century; a blend of Reliance grapes and clover honey. Soft, smooth, with just the right touch of sweetness; ages beautifully.
Country Classic - Rich, satisfying blend of Chancellor, Maréchal Foch and blackberries. Semi-sweet, complex, great front porch wine.
Raspberry in Grape - A vibrant blend of Vidal Blanc and raspberries. Sweet and sassy, and a wonderful companion to chocolate or cheesecake. Best served chilled and shared with friends.
Strawberry Jubilee - Refreshing blend of white grapes and strawberries. Full of fruit, with just the right touch of sweetness. Adds to the fun of any light-hearted occasion.
Viva Vidal - Enticing blend of Vidal blanc and black currant. Sweet yet piquant, making it a perfect sipping wine.