Wines from red grapes

Cabernet Franc – From the 2011 harvest, this dry red wine was aged in oak barrels. Blueberry notes with a hint of black pepper make this wine a perfect match for pasta with red sauce. Drink now.

Wines from white grapes

Riesling – A fruit-forward semi-dry white wine, with overtones of pear and kiwi. Pairs well with a variety of foods. In particular we recommend: salmon, sole with beurre blanc, and choucroute garni.

Gewürztraminer – This semi-dry white stands up for itself with its unique flavor capturing the delicate spice of the famous German grape. Pair with spicy food such as Thai curries or just savor by itself.

Sauvignon Blanc – The fruity character of this semi-sweet white evokes green apple, offering just a trace of lime.  Serve it with your favorite soft briny cheeses, with poultry dishes,  and with mild fish such as haddock, sole, and cod.  

Vidal Blanc – The sweetest of the whites in our 2018 line-up, this wine presents a good balance of sweetness and texture. A great choice for summer sipping with your favorite cheeses.

Wines from fruit

Made from 100% fruit juice with care to make them just sweet enough to complement, but not overpower the fruit.

Raspberry – A slight bitter note balances well with the intense raspberry flavor of this fruit wine. Serve with lemon sorbet for a flavorful and refreshing dessert or with a salad of orange segments and mint. This wine can also be used as an ingredient in creative food preparation. Our suggestions include adding it to champagne, using it as the base for a reduction to serve with duck, and use it as the liquid component of trifle.

Blackberry – Offering luscious berry flavor with a tart edge, this wine can be the dessert course by itself, or pair with blackberry or black raspberry fool.  

Blueberry – This wine presents a well-balanced blend of fruit and spice, with overtones of tangerine and black pepper. Serve it as a unique dessert wine that may stump your guests when asked to identify the fruit used to make it.

Rhubarb – The attractive pink color of this wine will add a festive note to the dining table. Delicious on its own as a dessert wine or as a base for a sangria-like mixture of wine and fruit such as muddled strawberries and chopped mango.