Elevation. The common denominator of great Malbec. Argentina, Chile, and the Grand Valley. Grown at the base of Mount Garfield and aged in French Oak, this wine has a jammy character with notes of black cherry, black berry, earth, and leather. You want to pair it with something, try a rib eye from Rock River Bison.
Gewurztraminer set for a late harvest already, was allowed to freeze on the vine in late October and harvested early the next day. This golden nectar is best paired with a blue cheese or a blueberry encrusted goat cheese, apple slices, on a beautiful day.
Cherry Dessert is best served with dark chocolate. A sip of wine taste like cherry pie and for good reason as it is made from pie cherries. Bite of dark chocolate and another sip you have chocolate covered cherries. Incredible! A little goes a long way.