A semi-dry apple cider made from apples native to Door County before Prohibition. This medium bodied brut styled cider has complex flavors with light citrus and earthy aromatics.
A cold-climate grape varietal also found in our vineyard, styled as a dry, medium bodied red. This Baco Noir based release of Hybrid Red is tart, acidic, and jammy with bright notes of red currant and fruit.
Itasca is a new grape varietal developed by the University of Minnesota to thrive in cold hardy climates. We invested in growing Itasca at our vineyard as soon as it was made available and were one of the earliest wineries in the United States to grow and cultivate this grape. Similar to a Sauvignon Blanc or a Pinot Grigio, Itasca is a dry white wine with notes of pear, peach and melon. Its bright acidity pairs well with a variety of foods.
This American grape variety is grown widely in the eastern states. It is wonderfully aromatic with melon, green apple, orange and rosemary notes. This sweet white has a pleasing back palate with acidity that allows it to pair well with most foods.
Limited release! Our Maple Wine is made from 100% Door County maple syrup, just like a Mead is made from honey. Similar in character to an ice wine, Maple Wine is very sweet and best served ice cold. Try it over ice cream!
A bold, semi-dry wine, Midnight Berry has soft fruit and a rich tannin structure. Tart flavors meld with sweet plum, black pepper, and a bright strawberry finish. Serve this wine with grilled chicken, savory sausages, or hearty comfort foods. Enjoy room temperature or chill it to bring out its fruity nature.
A modern cider made in a crisp refreshing style with a blend of heritage and Honeycrisp apples. This is a light bodied semi-sweet cider with intense aromatics and notes of peach, quince, and tropical fruits.
A softer, semi-sweet cherry wine blended with cinnamon, nutmeg and warm ground spices sure to foster fond family memories and cozy fires. Best served warm. Our mulled wines are ready to serve, but we recommend serving them warm. Simply pour into your favorite mug or cup and microwave for short intervals until warm, similar to how you would warm up a coffee or hot chocolate. More traditional? Pour the wine into a saucepan and warm over the stove top. Pour into a serving cup and garnish with a cinnamon stick. DO NOT SIMMER! If you simmer or overheat the wine, the spice will become harsh and the alcohol will evaporate.
This sweet, American Moscato is as light as it is refreshing, with notes of pear and orange blossom fit for a Pharaoh. Once you take a sip (oh wey oh) you’ll be walkin’ like an Egyptian!
This American grape wine comes from California's Central Valley. It has intense aromas of sweet orange blossom, and flavors of sweet pear, orange zest and ginger spice. Pairs well with light creamy desserts, fresh fruit and spicy Asian food.