This single-vineyard Riesling was produced by a cool, slow fermentation of fruit sourced exclusively from Smith Brothers Farm in North Rose, NY. Its bright acidity is balanced by a slight up-front sweetness and works synergistically with vibrant aromas of melon, citrus, and stonefruit.
Crisp with a light raspberry character and refreshing, sparkling finish. The grape component in this wine is Bianca, a hybrid variety developed in Hungary. It offers bright citrus aromas and flavors that offset the intensity of the raspberry component, keeping the resulting blend refreshing and balanced.
Skin-fermented wines are produced by processing and fermenting white grapes via red wine production protocols and have been produced for thousands of years. The result is a product with complex aromas, full flavor, and rich texture.
This rosé wine was carefully assembled using various press fractions of red vinifera grape varieties. Combining juices extracted at different pressures allows us to craft a texturally-layered and aromatically complex dry rosé wine.
Sweet, intense blueberry character.
The soil and climate conditions in the Finger Lakes region are ideal for growing blueberries. It takes between 8 & 12 years for blueberries to reach full production and can yield in excess of 10,000 lbs/acre. Our local farmers handpick the crop to ensure premium quality fruit. Blueberries also provide high levels of antioxidants.
In the world of wine grape varieties, arguably none of them reflect winemaker input as clearly as Chardonnay. This Reserve bottling is built to showcase texture, employing skin and lees contact, oak aging and malolactic fermentation to balance crisp, cool climate acidity.
This unique and stylish dry blueberry wine was produced via carbonic maceration, an anaerobic whole-berry fermentation technique that is commonly used in Old World Nouveau wines. Lean and bright with a creamy texture and fresh acidity, it shows intense aromas of blueberries and cream which give way to subdued touches of vanilla and cardamom.