Wine List

 

Each Batch Yields 28-30 Bottles

We provide you with all that is needed to produce quality wine, with bottles, corks, basic labels, shrink wraps, and our expert services and assistance. Upgrades are available, such as custom labels, wax sealed tops, and specialized bottles.

Fruit Flavored

Bottled at 4 weeks, sweet and fruity, drinkable without further aging.

  • Peach Chardonnay

    A tasty combination of ripe, sweet fruit and the smooth butteriness of Chardonnay is a refreshing treat on a hot summer day. Enjoy this refreshing treat when pork chops with fruit chutney is on the menu.

  • Blackberry Malbec

    The intense fruit flavors of Malbec and the refreshing notes of blackberry dance on the palate. This slightly bold fruity wine will harmonize with the spicy flavors of beef empanadas and spicy meat pies.

  • Raspberry Merlot

    This smooth wine has invigorating fruit flavors of plump sun-ripened berries combined with the natural blackberry character of Merlot. A perfect sweet and velvety beverage for summer sipping with a grilled burger on the side.

  • Blueberry Pomegranate White Merlot

    This hot, exotic new blush style combines the aromatics and flavors of red berry fruits found in White Merlot with that of the tangy Blueberry and tart Pomegranate. The resulting wine is an eruption of sweet and juicy flavors that will leave you speechless.

  • Green Apple Riesling (our most popular wine)

    Crisp, crunchy green apple flavor with a pleasant initial tartness, followed by a delicious juicy finish. A real thirst-quenching treat.

Blends

Bottled at 4 weeks, off-dry, drinkable limited aging. Peaks around 4 months.

  • Cuvee Blanc

    An easy drinking, well-rounded white wine, with appealing fruit flavors and aromas. Rich and boldly fruity from a blend of Chardonnay, Muscat and Riesling that delivers up a floral aromatic nose and a fine mix of peach, honey, pineapple fruit, finishing with a perfect balance of acidity and fruitiness.

  • Cuvee Rouge

    Dark purple in color with a nose of blackberry jam melded with creamy vanilla aromas. Rich in the mouth, it has gently smooth tannins and ripe plum and berry flavors - very much in the character of an off-dry Merlot. The finish is long and fruit-filled, with the perfect amount of toasty oak. While it will improve with aging, this wine is perfect for enjoying right away, delicious with robust foods and excellent all on its own.


Whites

Generally bottled at 6 weeks. Light wines are drinkable with some aging (1-3 months) Full-bodied wines improve greatly with more aging (3-6 months)

  • California Chardonnay

    Supple and slightly buttery, this wine lingers on the palate with layers of toast and spice. Extremely versatile with foods, this is the 'red wine' of white wines, combining beautifully with grilled pork, chicken, fish, salads and cream-based pasta sauces.

  • Australian Riesling

    The lively golden hue reveals a combination of floral notes and apple crispness with perfumed headiness of lychee, rose petals, and hints of passion fruit. The long finish and medium body makes a great off-dry wine for sipping.

  • Italian Pinot Grigio

    Fresh, fragrant and lively, its flavors include a certain flintiness with hints of citrus and almonds.

  • South African Sauvignon Blanc

    High natural acidity and fruity aromas meld with flavors of green apple, luscious tropical fruits and summer melon to produce a crisp, well-balanced finish. Aging improves the floral and melon notes of this dry wine.

Reds

Generally bottled at 6 weeks. Light wines are drinkable with some aging (1-3 months) Full-bodied wines improve greatly with more aging (3-6 months)

  • Australian Shiraz

    Australia's route to fame on the world wine stage, Shiraz form Down Under offers lush berry aromas that beg for a hearty whiff. A wine of ripe fullness, its concentrated blackberry fruits and fragrant spiciness are a delight on the tongue.

  • French Cabernet

    Deep ruby red French classic with characteristic fruit intensity balanced by strong tannins.

  • Chilean Merlot

    Powerful fruit and spice flavor with mellow tannins for a supple finish.

  • New Zealand Pinot Noir

    New Zealand's finest. A delicate wine with aromas of violet and luscious red fruit characteristics of cherry, strawberry and raspberry. Silky tannins grip your palate and end with a velvet, smooth finish. An elusive aftertaste of spice and toasty vanilla makes you long for more.

  • Spanish Rioja

    Spain's most famous red blend. Wines from this region tend toward the traditional Bordeaux style.


Premier Reds

Generally bottled between 8 weeks. These wines improve greatly with several months of aging, and generally peak within one to two years.

  • Sonoma Valley Pinot Noir

    A rich, silky wine that blends notes of truffle, toast, and herbs with black cherry and raspberry flavors and a hint of spice. Earthy, well-balanced, and very food-friendly. Dry, medium/full bodied.

  • Napa Valley, Stag’s Leap Merlot

    A perfectly balanced, full bodied Merlot grape right from the heart of Stag's Leap. Light warm oak accentuates a spicy aroma with a soft, supple and fruity palate of plums and red berries. Rich, round flavor provides an elegant lingering finish. Full bodied and heavy oak. Includes crushed and dried grapes to ferment on the must.

  • Lodi Old Vines Zinfandel

    Direct from the vineyard in Lodi where sandy, clay loam soil, hot days, cool nights and 35 year old vines combine to produce unique grapes bursting with complex, concentrated flavors. Exhibits silken layers of multidimensional delight. It starts with an up-front core of blackberry and dark cherry aromas, followed by suggestions of blueberry, raspberry, cranberry and dried plum. Undertones are of chocolate, almond and exotic spice. Finishes with an unmistakable black pepper sensation. Enjoy your first bottles after 2-3 months when the powerful fruit flavors dominate. However, do cellar some for months, or years, to experience a more refined balance and the vast array of characteristics which time integrates into harmonized waves of complexity.

  • Argentine Malbec

    The definitive star of Argentina. Robert Parker Jr., the world’s foremost wine guru has stated “(…Argentinian Malbec’s) place in the pantheon of Noble wines will be guaranteed”. Our Malbec is distinguished by its dark, dense structure, full, rounded mouth-feel, prominent, lush flavors of ripe cherry, black currant and black berry, subtle notes of clove, vanilla and caramel with background suggestions of earthiness. The bright, vibrant edge is beautifully counter-balanced by a 2-stage Hungarian oak process.

  • Red Mountain Cabernet

    The vineyards have high calcium carbonate content in their soil. This imparts a distinctive chalkiness which combines with the powerful dark fruit qualities of the grape to create the big, chewy mouth-feel that is a clear signature of Red Mountain Cabernet. Another distinction is a hint of orange peel or Grand Marnier-like aromatics and flavors. Together these two traits make Red Mountain Cabernet immediately recognizable, highly prized, and much sought after. Age the wine at least 1 year; then save some to enjoy after several years in the bottle. A wine for your best cuts of beef or lamb and luckiest friends.

  • Italian Amarone

    Amarone is a legendary, assertive wine of the Valpolicella region in Italy. Unique and distinctive character comes from the addition of dried grapes during fermentation. The resulting depth is likened to a dry Port or Late Harvest wines without the sweetness. The wine has a foundation of Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes from the Veneto region.
    The must is fermented on crushed varietal grapes from over 10 pounds of virgin fruit plus 4 pounds of whole red wine grapes, which have been sun-dried to concentrated perfection. A double dose of untoasted oak is used to balance the wine and, with aging, tame the natural tannins. The wine is full-bodied, deep garnet color and richly dry. Notes of plum, sour cherry, raspberry and vanilla gradually marry with anise, bitter chocolate, coffee, tobacco, leather and fig tones that develop with age. Long, lingering finish. Try to give this wine at least 1 year of aging to enjoy the truly remarkable Amarone experience.

  • Spanish Tempranillo

    Shows the black cherry, raspberry, plum and tobacco notes of the varietal, but tends towards lushness and an overflowing of soft, ripe tannins rather than bright fruit. Vanilla and spice notes in the oak give way to a beguiling hint of dark coffee on the finish. Serve with tapas, like grilled chorizo, rich tomato dishes like Moussaka or even grilled sardines.