2013 Adom (Red)
A medium to full bodied dry wine the Adom is produced from two different grape varieties (Frontenac and Millot) to achieve a well-balanced and delicious wine. With a taste of cherries and a hint of spice the Adom is meant for every day drinking, and styled to go with everyday meals.
A dry red table wine from a stellar vintage, loaded with black berry fruit and a deep, richly pigmented color (a real tooth-stainer!). Aged for 6 months in medium roast French oak in order to give the wine a smoky, earthy balance to its intensity of fruit.
Released in the fall of 2014.
A brandy-infused wine aged 1 year in medium roast French oak. This Fortified Vintage Frontenac was made in the traditional port style using very ripe Frontenac grapes harvested in September 2012. The grapes are picked at an exceptionally ripe stage and are fermented in stainless steel tanks and fortified with neutral spirit.
The first wine released from our 2013 vintage is our celebration of Mah Zeh. Its light to medium body makes for an easy drinking style. 75 percent of the wine aged in French oak and the balance in glass. The use of different fermenters adds to the complexity of the wine. The wood fermenter offers vanilla and buttery traits while the glass fermenter helps retain the fruitiness of the wine.
Our 2012 mead is fruity, soft and slightly off dry sparkling honey wine. Flavors of wild flowers, pear trees and honey. The crisp acids maintained in our cold climate naturally balance the sweetness. Serve chilled with smoked cheese, green olives, and toasted nuts.