2017 Silica - only a few bottles left!

Bottle - $24.00 / Case - n/a

Dry white blend

50% Viognier, 50% Albariño

A bright, and crisp blend, with refreshing notes of citrus.

No longer available for tastings or by the glass.

*may contain crystal tartrates. see note below for more info.


2017 Chardonnay

Bottle - $20.00 / Case - $192.00

Dry white

Showcasing both food-friendly acidity and full body, this versatile, fruit-forward Chardonnay is produced through a unique fusion of stainless steel and sur lie aging.


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Quartz, Edition 1

Bottle - $16.00 / Case - $153.60 (as of 2/14/19 cases are on sale for $134.40!)

Dry white blend

50% Cayuga, 25% Traminette, 20% Vidal Blanc, 5% Albariño

Aromas of pear and apple define this refreshingly crisp blend of white varietals. Goes perfectly with warm summer weather.

*may contain large crystal tartrates. see note below for more info.


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2015 Traminette

Bottle - $16.00 / Case: $153.60 (as of 2/14/19 cases are on sale for $134.40!)

Dry white

The 2015 vintage of Traminette tends toward citrus aromas, particularly mandarin orange. The wine is dry and clean on the palate with zesty acidity and a lengthy finish.

*may contain crystal tartrates. see note below for more info.


2016 Traminette

This wine is currently only available for samples and glasses - no bottle sales.

Off-dry white

Finished with just a touch of sweetness, our 2016 Traminette was made in the style of an off-dry German Riesling. Beautiful floral aromas with citrus on the palate.


2017 Chambourcin Rosé

Bottle - $22.00 / Case - $211.20

Off-dry rosé

Gentle whole cluster pressing combined with a cool fermentation produces bright strawberry notes on the nose, followed through with full body and balanced acidity.


2017 Cabernet Franc Rosé

Bottle: $18.00 / Case: $172.80

Dry rosé

A true ‘blanc de noirs’ from Cabernet Franc grapes, this bright rosé exhibits great citrus aromas, followed on the palate by beautifully refreshing acidity.

*may contain crystal tartrates. see note below for more info.


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Old Hickory

Bottle: $14 / Case: $126 (receives a special 25% case discount!)

Dry Red Blend

34% Chambourcin, 33% Cabernet Franc, 33% Blaufränkisch

Red fruit laced with herbs, spices, and hints of smoke

*may contain sediment. see note below for more info.


Kindling, Edition 2 - NEW!

Bottle: $16 / Case: $153.60

Dry red blend

14% Norton, 28% Regent, 58% Chambourcin

The legacy to our Kindling, Edition 1, now sold out. A perfect wine to sip in front of the fire, our Kindling expresses dark fruit, laced with smoky notes and spicy undertones. Norton adds a little bit of bright cranberry notes into the finish.

*may contain sediment. see note below for more info.


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2016 Chambourcin Reserve

Bottle: $20.00 / Case: $192.00

Dry red

Dark and bold, the color pours a deep inky purple, followed by cozy aromas of mocha and coffee. While soft and round on the palate, the wine is framed by enough new oak to provide structure.

*may contain sediment. see note below for more info.


2015 Samara

Bottle: $24 / Case: $230.40 (as of 2/14/19 cases are on sale for $201.60!)

Dry red blend

46% Cabernet Franc, 54% Blaufränkisch

The aroma evokes feelings of warmth with hints of caramel and baking spices. Exceptionally smooth on the palate, the softness lingers on through the finish.

*may contain sediment. see note below for more info.


2016 Cabernet Franc

Bottle: $24 / Case: $230.40

Dry red

A bold, spicy wine, framed by adequate oak that respects the fruit. Big, round tannins dominate the palate, with enough roughness to suggest ageability.

*may contain sediment. see note below for more info.


2016 Blaufränkisch

Bottle: $24 / Case: $230.40

Dry red

Also known as Lemberger, this Austrian variety exhibits violets and sweet spice as the nose of this wine, followed by a pleasantly bright palate perfect for pairing.

*may contain sediment. see note below for more info.


2016 Norton

Bottle: $26 / Case: $249.60

Dry red

Also known as Cynthiana, our Norton exhibits bright fruit with subtle hints of baking spices, cranberry, and currants.

Please note, our Norton is no longer available for tasting, but bottles are available for purchase upon request.


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2017 Ashenfelter Cabernet Sauvignon

Bottle: $30 / Case: $288

Dry red

Crafted from grapes sourced in East Vineland from Ashenfelter Vineyards. Bright notes of raspberry lead the aroma through undertones of forest floor. Smooth on the palate with pleasantly round tannins for its young age.


2016 thundergust - only a few left!

Bottle: $30 / Case: n/a

Dry red blend

33% Cabernet Franc, 33% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Chambourcin

The color pours a beautiful deep garnet, with aromas of anise and cinnamon mingling with dark fruit on the nose. The palate is bold and full-bodied, exhibiting smooth, round tannins laced with hints of vanilla.

No longer available for tastings or by the glass. We currently have the 2017 Thundergust on tap, available by the glass or growler.


Sandpiper, Edition 1

Bottle: $14 / Case: $134.40 (as of 2/14/19 cases are on sale for $117.60)

Semi-sweet blend

80% Niagara, 20% Chardonnay

A refreshingly delicious blend of white native american varieties. On the sweeter side, at 4% residual sugar, but with perfectly balanced acidity.

*may contain crystal tartrates. see note below for more info.


Driftwood, Edition 2 - NEW!

Bottle: $14 / Case: $134.40

Semi-sweet blend

53% Fredonia, 47% Chambourcin

The legacy to our Driftwood Edition 1, now sold out. A bold and delicious blend of red native american varieties. On the sweeter side, at 5% residual sugar, but still has perfectly balanced acidity. The second edition exhibits rich, jammy notes, slightly sweeter than the original.

*may contain sediment. see note below for more info.


*We by choice do not cold-stabilize our wines. We also choose not to filter some of our wines. These choices are all made with the goal of preserving the quality and flavor of the wine in mind. Curious about what you found in the bottom of your bottle? Read more about crystal tartrates and sediment here.