Sunshine made this semi-dry blend of Marquette and Frontenac Red. Aged in oak barrel for 18 months, it has the fruity-spicy bouquet with a hint of smoky vanilla and a soft finish. Pleasant to the palate. Best served at 65 degrees Farenheit. Best paired with any of your favorite meat or game dishes. USA Wine Rating 2020 Silver medal NY wine classic 2019 Silver medal
A blend of Marquette and Frontenac Red. Fresh and crisp with flavors of black current, plum. A hint of peppery flavors with some smoky oak finish. Medium body dry red of Champlain is served at 65 degrees Ferenheit. Aged for 18 months in oak barrel. Smooth finish and very pleasant on the palate. Best paired with any of your favorite meat or game dishes. USA wine rating 2020 Gold medal winner. NY wine classic 2021 Silver Medal Atlantic Coast Association Wine Competition Silver Medal Rated above 90 points by John Suckling and Tim Atkins.
Delightful white of Champlain Valley from a blend of St-Pepin and La Crescent. Light as air, semi-dry with a note of vanilla, caramelized hazelnut and flowers of acacia. Very smooth and pleasant on the palate. Enjoy it chilled with salad, white meat and fish.
Rosé from the blend of Marquette and Frontenac Red. Flavored with red berries. Sweet to semi-sweet. Pleasantly surprised by this rosé, serve chilled. Pair it with salad or fruits or beautiful on its own.