Made from the Italian Sangiovese grown right here in West Tennessee. Aged on American Oak for over 4-years this wine has the perfect balance of tannins and acidity. Pairs wonderfully with your favorite pasta dish, pizza or baked chicken.
Sugar Plum is a fanciful name for our delicious fruit flavored wine that has become a best seller. The wine is made from our base wine Cayuga White and sweetened with 68 brix red plum concentrate. Serve chilled
This wine is made from the Valvin Muscat grape and it is very similar to a Muscato except that it is not overly sweet - just enough sweetness to balance with the acidity. Very fruity on the front end with plenty of citrus on the mid-pallet. Very refreshing sipping wine.
This is a true Noble Muscadine Blush. The juice was separated from the must as quick as possible with minimum color extraction. Even then, it is a rich pinkish color. The taste is similar to a white muscadine but with some tannic and phenolic compounds. Serve chilled and it makes a nice sweet sipping wine.
Chardonel is a hybrid cross between Seyval and Chardonnay and is grown here in West Tennessee. Chardonel finishes similar to Chardonnay, medium bodied, crisp acidity and fruity taste. Has a residual sugar of 0.50%, very good served chilled with heavier seafood dishes or chicken dishes with white sauces.
This wine is said to be a Native American variety found in the 1800s in MO, but there are those that think it is the product of a 1700s viticulturist.
The wine is oak barrel aged and has a rich color, dry character, and a medium body. Pairs well with red meats from the grill and spicy pastas.
A medium bodied American Hybrid with a soft cherry tone finish and aromas of red currant fruit. Aged 10 months in American oak barrels Pairs well with beef and mushrooms, pastas in tomato sauce and pizza.
Poverty Point being our nickname for the farm, with tongue in cheek, makes this our namesake wine. It is a delightful blend of Cabernet Sauvigon from Washington's Columbia Valley, our own Chambourcin and the balance is Corot Noir. Very smooth and balanced sipping red wine.
French American hybrid developed and released by Cornell University. It is the result of the cross Seyve Villard and Steuben and was hybridized to substitute for a Pinot Noir which can not be grown in the warm humid south.
An American-French Hybrid produced from the crossing of Seyval & Gewurztraminer. The wine is semi-sweet, complex, layered and has a pronounced fruity flavor of liche and with a refreshing spicy finish. Pairs well with seafood dishes, white cheeses and is typically served chilled.
Winner of the WILLIAM O. BEACH AWARD at the 2011 Wines of the South Competition. This is the highest award given for a TN grown fruit. The current batch is a silver metal winner @ Indy International.
A slightly sweet deep red wine made from the black muscadine. Another southern favorite, where these grapes grow even in the wild. This wine should be named Memory Lane since so many folk remember their parents and grand-parents making this wine in a crock. Serve chilled.
La Fin, is a Port Style dessert wine made with estate grown red grapes. The wine was aged for two years in an oak barrel and then fortified to 20% alcohol and then returned to the barrels again for six months. The wine is very hearty and has strong flavors of Norton.