This fruit forward wine is dry with notes of crisp apple and white peach. Medium bodied with smooth round tannins, similar to an unoaked Chardonnay. Excellent food wine!
This wine smells like you are walking through an English garden eating a peach. The enchanting nose gives way to a well-rounded clean, dry white with a strong backbone that would pair well with creamy chicken alfredo or a nice cheese plate.
Our Riesling juice comes from the Finger Lakes and is vinified on site to create this dry, crisp, clean wine with notes of apricot and peach, and a touch of honeycomb. Very versatile, this wine pairs well with chowder, spicy mussels, or any poultry dish.
Dry, White Wine
The Frontenac Gris grape thrives in the Northeast and displays fun and fruity notes of pineapple, guava and bright citrus. Fruity but dry, this sparkling wine ends with a crisp finish. Try this with chicken wings, nachos or fondue.
The color of golden hay, Traminette is a highly aromatic estate grown grape related to Gewürztraminer. This grape produces a fruity wine that is medium weight with a hint of spice.
In memory of Zima, our 1st wine dog, we hope you will enjoy this wine made from 100% Cayuga White grapes from our vineyard.
Adopted in 2001 from the Worcester Animal Rescue League, Zima developed her own job description. She greeted and gave tours of “her” vineyard to our guests, played soccer and frisbee with visiting kids, helped during harvest and occasionally indulged in a sip of wine (she had a very developed palate for a dog!).
For over 40 years, we have rescued dogs; each one unique in their own way, but Zima will always hold a very special place in our hearts. To honor her and all rescues, those who’ve found forever homes and those still waiting for a loving home, we are donating $1 per bottle sold, to the Worcester Animal Rescue League in Worcester, MA. As of 2018, we’ve donated almost $15,000 in Zima’s honor!
This fruity wine has an intoxicating nose, a mixture of tangerine, pineapple and peaches with a sweetness that is balanced by the natural acidity common to New England grapes.
Estate grown Vignole grape is blended with a small amount of our Cayuga White. Woodstock Hill White starts with a kiss of sweetness which immediately gives way to notes of pineapple, orange blossoms, and flowers. It has a rounded acidity and a slight minerality.