July 3, 2020

Red Wines

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DRY REDS:  
Petite PearlNew this year!
This wine is made with a new varietal to our vineyard. This is our first harvest with the Petite Pearl grape!

This dry, inky dark red wine starts off with bold black cherry notes and a medium body. With a warm earthy aroma and finish, it would pair well with rich meals, steaks, and marinara, or it could stand on its own on a cool evening.
SyrahSilver Medal Winner
Made from our own Syrah grapes, aged in oak. Young flavors bursting with rich tannins and a robust finish. Will soften nicely with age - hold for 1-2 years.
Chambourcin Gold, Silver & Bronze Medal Winner
Hints of silky vanilla open up the bouquet. Black cherry notes heighten the smooth, lingering earthy finish. Aged in American oak, this has a mild finish on the pallet. Still young.
Norton
Young with Bing Cherry and Black Currant. Well-developed grape tannins. Will age well. A great wine to cellar for 2 to 3 years.

SEMI-DRY REDS:  
Red PhoenixSilver and Bronze Medal Winner
A lightly oaked red with soft cherry notes, crisp acidity, hints of cinnamon and moderate tannins. Similar to Pinot Noir. Still Young. Serve cellar temp. or chilled.

Semi-Sweet & Sweet Reds:
  
Dragon's RedGold Medal, "Best Red Hybrid" of Eastern U.S. for 2007 vintage, Silver & Bronze Medals
Our most popular red is made entirely from Frontenac grapes, nice fruity notes combine with a bit of the Dragon's bite. Produced in stainless steel, you'll want to drink chilled.
Cardinal RedGold Medal
This Chambourcin-based wine is fruit forward with mild cherry notes and soft tannins.
Sunset RedBronze Medal
This delightfully juicy red is fruity and relaxed. No fussiness here. Just lovely mouthwatering grapes with aroma of summer strawberries
FORTIFIED REDS:
Cap'N Jim's AirPORT One
This sophisticated sweet fortified wine has been barrel-aged for 7 years on average. It has an "old world" taste to it with hints of cherry and peppery spice. It is suitable as an aperitif after a long journey across the ocean or across town.

VIEW OUR SEMI-SWEET & SWEET WINES
& Check out our Winemaker’s Musings for more information about the season’s harvest!