Carmenere is a member of the Cabernet family and the name originates from the French word for crimson("carmin"). This dry wine has a deep red color and aromas and flavors.
This Carmenere exhibits aromas of spice and chocolate and has a silky softness and a velvety body as it passes over the palate.
Saint Rocco is a dry, fruity, white wine made from the Sauvignon Blanc grapes which originate from the Bordeaux region of France.
This exceptional Sauvignon Blanc exhibits aromas of lemon, sweet grapefruit, and juicy lemons. This medium-bodied wine is fresh and balanced with crisp acidity.
Saint Patrick is a off dry white wine made from the Semillon grape which originates in France. Most often used in a blend, Semillon adds body and depth to many wines.
Made on it's own, this Semillon has aromas of apricot and peach, with ripe flavors of peaches and cream. The Semillon was cold fermented in stainless steel and aged for six months.
Saint Michael is a Cabernet Sauvignon which is dry, tannic, and full of depth.
This Cabernet Sauvignon is a dense, rich and layered wine with aromas of blackberry, currants and tobacco. Flavors of jam, vanilla and spice complement a smooth, sustained finish.
Saint Valentine is a dry red wine made from the Merlot grape which comes from the name "merle" which means blackbird.
This Merlot has aromas of raspberry jam and fig with red fruit flavors which are rich and ripe.