This seductive sparkling wine was made with Gruner Veltliner using the Prosecco Method. It is exuberant and intoxicating, with plenty of aromas like passionfruit, hazelnut, honeysuckle, apricots, and grapefruit. It has a delicate body and elegant fine bubbles.
This Sparkling Rose wine elicits intense aromas such as apricots,
passionfruit, guava, lychee, honeysuckle, nectarines, and pawpaw. It has an invigorating core,
and a sophisticated rose petal color. Best served with crackers, soft cheese or unpaired
This smart Chardonnay is loaded with eclectic aromas such as white peach, butterscotch, hazelnut, Bourbon, caramel cream, vanilla beans and marzipan. Some mineral notes at the end add extra complexity. It has a medium body and smooth structure. Best served with Italian food, Atlantic Salmon, Maine Oysters
This delightful red wine defies the odds for Michigan red wine. Cabernet Franc, originally from France, is one of the main black grapes grown worldwide. It is used in many French and Italian blends as well as enjoyed on its own as a single varietal.
The winemaker chose to unveil this wine in its young state, aged in oak for only 6 months, to showcase its pleasantly surprising flavor. Enjoy with Prosciutto, beef lasagna, pork tenderloin, grilled lamb.
The Merlot grape is the second most grown wine grape
in the world and is used both in blends and as a single
varietal. Released in its young state, this medium-bodied
dry red wine is smooth with light tannins.
Poultry dishes, parmesan Reggiano, and olives
are wonderful pairing options for this
delightful Michigan wine.
This dry white wine is derived from the Cayuga grape originally developed for the Hudson Valley in upstate New York. The Cayuga grape produces a crisp citrus taste that is exceptionally refreshing when served chilled. Seafood, sweet or salty foods like glazed ham and olives pair wonderfully with this delightful wine.
This bold and flavorful wine puts to rest the mindset that all Riesling wines need to be sweet. Influenced by the cool breezes of Lake Michigan and the acidic limestone soil, we have produced the perfect paring for both casual and gourmet meals.