Simplicity in a glass.
A million flowers from all corners of Northern New England brought together by a million bees and given to you.
Our mead tend toward the drier side overall and the Traditional more than most. It is light bodied and flavored. Just a hint of the floral, almost minty quality from the alfalfa the nectar was harvested from. Enough sweetness to remind you that this is, in fact, honey made into wine.
This mead could be compared to an un-oaked Chardonnay due to its softness and mild quality.
Did You Know
As the oldest alcohol in the world, it is said that mead originated 8,000 years ago on the Island of Crete as the nectar of the Gods, with magical powers.
There are as many types of honey as there are flowering plants fertilized by bees in the world. And each changing year and season, the honey harvested yields different flavors depending on the rain, nutrients in the soil, plant and bee health.
We recommend it chilled in a standard white wine glass.