Wine Tastings $15
Our winemaker’s selection of three wines from the wine portfolio.
All about Pinotage Tasting – A single varietal tasting of our California Pinotage, South African Pinotage and Bourbon Barrel Aged Pinotage.
*NEW* Rosé. Dry. 2021. California. $28/$9. A crisp and refreshing wine bursting with aromas of watermelon, strawberry and rose petal, finished with notes of orange peel. A rose that is great to enjoy year-round.
*NEW* Rosé. Sweet. 2021. California. $28/$9. A fun and fruity Rosé with notes of strawberry, raspberry and sweet cherries. The perfect balance of sweetness.
*NEW* Sauvignon Blanc. 2021. California. $28/$9. Fermented and aged in stainless steel, this wine is fresh, crisp and vibrant. This wine features grapefruit, mango and green melon.
Niagara. 2020. New York. $27/$8. A native to New England grape that features huge, white-grape juice flavors and candied lemon. A medium-bodied and semi-sweet wine, with a “foxy” and fresh aroma. Try it with your favorite cheesecake.
Symphony. 2020. California. $27/$8. A unique white wine with strong tropical perfume of sweet pineapple and orange blossoms. This wine finishes with a lingering mineral-like flavor, both crisp and refreshing.
Riesling. 2021. Chilean. $27/$8. A dry wine with aromas of orchard fruits like honey-crisp and green apples. Bright flavors of pink grapefruit shine through with hints of citrus.
Chardonnay. 2021. Chilean. $28/$9. With a touch of oak, this balanced and creamy wine features notes of lemon zest and a bright, citrus minerality along with hints of butterscotch and hazelnut.
Blueberry. 2021. Connecticut. $9. Glass Only Semi-sweet and all natural, the blueberries were picked at the perfect ripeness to create this complex wine full of blueberry flavors with a hint of spice. It’s your favorite freshly, baked blueberry pie, but in a wine glass.
Pinotage. 2020. California. $34/$9 A barbeque in a glass! This medium-bodied wine was aged 6-months in American oak barrels. The perfect red for summer grilling as its reminiscent of smoke, sweetness and earthiness.
Pinotage. 2020. South Africa. $34/$9 A barbeque in a glass! Using the same Pinotage variety but sourced from South Africa, where Pinotage is the signature variety, this light-medium bodied wine was aged 6-months in American oak barrels to help bring out the similarities and distinct differences from its California counterpart. This Pinotage has more raspberry profiles and a silky-smotth tannin which make it equally special for summertime grilling
Pinotage Aged in Bourbon Barrels. 2020. California. $42/$12 This bold and complex wine offers hints of bourbon and smoke, balanced out by sweetness of blueberry and brown sugar, framed by soft chewy tannins and toasted oak.
Petit/Petite. 2019. California. $36/$9 A full bodied wine bursting with “jammy” fruits and highlighted with oak notes of pie crust, pipe tobacco and vanilla.