Our Wines and Cider

 

Old Henry:

14.99

Our “Old Henry” is a dry red wine consisting of a blend of Chambourcin and Frontenac grapes. It has a deep red appearance and slight cherry aroma. Named after Henry Frizzell, one of the former residents of the brick home that will soon be our tasting room.

American Traminette:

2018 Ohio Wines Silver Metal Winner

13.99

Traminette is a crisp, dry white wine with floral, tropical fruit and honey attributes. The Traminette grape was produced by a cross of the French American hybrid Joannes Seyve and the German Vitis vinifera cultivar Gewurztraminer. This wine pairs well with spicy, savory or slightly sweet dishes as well as chicken, fish, shellfish, pork and veal.

American Cayuga:

2018 Ohio Wines Silver Metal Winner

13.99

Our American Cayuga White is an off-dry white wine with light floral aroma and fruity flavors. This wine is an excellent sipping wine and pairs well with poultry and pork. It is also a good choice for someone who is wanting to transition from semi-sweet to dry wines.

American Chancellor: (Currrently Unavailable)

13.99

Chancellor is a fruit-driven semi-sweet red wine smooth in structure and full of flavor. This wine pairs well with lamb, venison and hamburger, or you can take a bottle home and discover your own creative pairing!

American Riesling:

15.99

A semi-sweet dry white wine with attributes of apple, peach, apricot and citrus. Riesling’s acidity makes it a good pairing for spicy and ethnic foods.

American Vidal Blanc:

13.99

Vidal Blanc is a fruity and sweet white wine with aroma notes of grapefruit and pineapple. The grape was named after Jean Louis Vidal who developed it primarily for use in Cognac in western France. Due to its cold hardiness, this grape is grown in the northeastern US and Canada.

American Niagara:

13.99

Our American Niagara is a sweet white wine with the pleasant taste of fresh grapes. The Niagara grape is one of the most commonly grown varieties in the US and is often used to produce white grape juice. If you are looking for something on the sweeter side and enjoy that juicy grape flavor, Niagara could be a great choice.

Catawaba:

13.99

Catawba is naturally a white grape, but we chose to blend it with Chancellor to create a blush colored sweet wine that is light-bodied with fruit flavors. Catawba’s pink appearance allows it to stand out from the crowd and its flavor makes it a popular choice for many of our guests.

Sweet Jettie:

2018 Ohio Wines Silver Metal Winner

13.99

Our Sweet Jettie wine is a blend of Chancellor and Concord grapes. Being our sweetest of red wines, it has been a very popular choice for weddings. Once they taste it, we always end up selling several additional bottles to wedding guests. The wine was named after Jettie Frizzell, who was the great-grandmother to my husband Bryan Adams. Jettie and her husband Henry once owned the property that we are in the process of transforming into our winery. Jettie was well known in the community for her deep faith and large flower gardens.

Solomon's Cider:

2.25 per bottle
12.00 per 6 pack

Solomon's Cider was hand crafted at Vinberige Vineyards, much like Event Barn at Vinberige was by Solomon Dumbauld in 1840. Our Hard Apple Cider is crisp and refreshing and very enjoyable after a long day at work.
Solomon's Cider is named after the young man that built our barn in 1840. His name can still be seen in the hand hewn beams that still support the barn today.

Vidal Blanc Ice Wine:

29.99

Ice wine is a type of dessert wine produced from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine. The sugars and other dissolved solids do not freeze, but the water does, allowing for a more concentrated grape juice to develop. The grapes or “must” is pressed from the frozen grapes, resulting in a smaller amount of more concentrated, very sweet wine. With ice wines, the freezing happens before the fermentation, not afterwards. Unlike the grapes from which other dessert wines are made. This gives ice wine its characteristic refreshing sweetness balanced by high acidity.

Ice wine production is risky (the frost may not come at all before the grapes rot or are otherwise lost) and requires the availability of a large enough help to pick the whole crop within a few hours, at a moment's notice, on the first morning that is cold enough. This results in relatively small amounts of ice wine being made worldwide, making ice wines generally quite expensive.

Ice wine production is limited to that minority of the world's wine-growing regions where the necessary cold temperatures can be expected to be reached with some regularity. Canada and Germany are the world's largest producers of ice wines.