Literally, Vin de Maison means wine of the house. This Bordeaux-style red is a fruity, easy-drinking wine suitable for all occasions, whether with food or just sipping after hours. 75% cabernet franc, 20% petit verdot, and 5% merlot; aged 8 months in 1-2 year old French and American oak barrels.
100% Quievremont Vineyard grown Cabernet Sauvignon. Aged ten months in neutral American and French oak barrels. Good fruit, soft tannins, and a medium finish that makes this wine suitable to drink on its own or paired with rustic and bold fare.
Dry, but complex with hints of tropical fruit. Delicate with finesse and a round body. After initial fermentation, two-thirds were aged in steel, the remaining one-third in new French oak for five months.
100% estate-grown petit manseng. Barrel fermented and aged for 6 months, this wine has a fresh and crisp acidity balanced by a subtle 1.4% residual sugar. Pairs superbly with spicy Asian and Hispanic dishes—as well as traditional Spanish tapas.