*Sunset Nouveau - $20
Sweet Muscat - $12
Dulcinea - $12
La Brusca - $12
Apple Raspberry - $12
*Spiced Apple - $12
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Picked just before becoming raisins, what little juice we can press out has ultra-concentrated flavors and aroma. There is a lot more to a true late harvest dessert wine than the sweetness. As the grapes lose moisture, all the flavor and aroma compounds are concentrated, along with the sugars and acids. While residual sugar may hover at 8% the wines are not cloying nor do they require a water chaser.
Pale platinum straw color. Ripe aromas of honeyed peaches, grapes and pears, with a round, fruity-sweet medium body and tangy green apple skin and mineral finish. A lovely Old World European styled dessert wine.
Our sweet white wine made from Seyval. Not just sweet, but a well-balanced and delicious. The natural acidity plays well with the sweetness remaining in the finished wine.
Made with concord grapes. Moderately sweet with nice balance. Makes a wonderful sangria or chilled as an aperitif.
An infusion of apple wine with red raspberries. The flavor of the apple is veiled by the perfume of the raspberry.
A seasonal wine made from tart apples, infused with cinnamon, clove, and orange zest. A wonderful punch when warmed in a crock pot or chilled with apple or pumpkin pie.
Dr. Stephen Strohlein reviews our sweet white Dulcinea and our sweet red La Brusca. This video also features a very unique wire sculpture on display at our vineyard. It is one continuous piece of wire shaped like Don Quixote astride his horse. It was bequeathed from the private art collection of Senator Olga Mendez to her niece Annette, who happens to be Stephen's wife. Olga was the first Puerto Rican woman to hold a state senate position on the US mainland and served New York for 28 years. She was a great patron of the arts, and was often gifted pieces featuring Don Quixote becaue her constituents felt she tilted against many windmills for them.
Dr. Stephen Strohlein reviews our fruit wines, Apple Raspberry and Spiced Apple, while maintaining remarkable composure for someone who has tried nine wines. All of the granny smith apples we use are locally sourced.