Come enjoy the variety of wines we have!

Stainless Steel Chardonnay (2017)

It’s like biting into a ripe Honeycrisp apple on a warm fall day!  This is one of the richer Stainless Steel Chardonnay’s we’ve ever made.
$26

Traminette (2017)

Like a stroll on a warm summer’s night, perfume fills the air with orange blossom, lime zest  & newly unfurled roses.  The delicate aromas are complimented by a soft and mouthwatering finish.  Residual Sugar = 1.8%.
$27

Cabernet Sauvignon Short Hill Vineyards (2016)

A true expression of the soil at Dean’s Short Hill Vineyards with a rich palate & velvety tannins.  89% Cab Sauv., 11% Petit Verdot.
$35

Merlot (2014)

Loaded with fresh cherries and plum, with undertones of cacao nibs.  The finish lingers with rich velvet.
$29

Norton (2016)

The nose explodes with grape hyacinth & cranberry, followed by a lusciously velvet finish.  It’s both juicy & mouthwatering….  Yummm!!!
$30

Mead

Made from honey, water, and yeast.  Simple ingredients for a simply delicious wine. (1.7% Residual Sugars) 
$25

Barrel Chardonnay (2017)

Is it wine or is it lightly scented lemon sponge cake, frosted with a vanilla buttercream, sprinkled with toffee crumbles? You decide!
$27

Traminette (2017)

Like a stroll on a warm summer’s night, perfume fills the air with orange blossom, lime zest  & newly unfurled roses.  The delicate aromas are complimented by a soft and mouthwatering finish.  Residual Sugar = 1.8%.
$27

Chambourcin (2015)

Like an earthy Bordeaux-style wine, this Chambourcin is approachable with gentle tannins, rich vanilla, and lots of Black Cherry.
$28

Merlot (2015)

Dark cherries and earth come together to create this lovely, medium-bodied Merlot; accentuated by characteristic leather and cedar in the finish.
$30

Chambourcin Rose (2017)

With a kiss of sweetness, balanced by crisp acidity, you’ll love the easy going nature of this wine.  Note the hints of mandarins and fresh cherries. (0.6% residual sugars)
$25

Viognier (2017)

With no oak influence, the fruit is allowed to shine!  There is a lemony minerality here, complimented by tropical floridness, delicate apricot, and a hint of fresh almonds.
$27

Cabernet Sauvignon (2016)

With firm dusty tannins, this Cab is full of red raspberry and orange peel.  It’s a perfect pairing for a steaks or fireside.
$30

Chambourcin (2016)

This light bodied and versatile wine sports bright flavors of black cherry, scented with cocoa and delicate vanilla.
$28

Norton (2015)

Kissed with cacao powder, warming winter spices, and raspberry, this Norton has light tannins and a lingering finish.  The expert blend contains 7% Merlot and is accentuated by 30% new Virginia oak.
$30

Sweet Stallion

Not too Dry, Not too Tart, Not too Sweet, Just right.
$26