Dry, barrel-aged for 24 months giving the wine a lasting finish of vanilla, apple, and hints of stone fruit.
The label showcases Park Farm in all it's glory on a beautiful fall evening.
Dry white produced from Estate LaCrosse grapes planted in 1999.
Dry, clean crisp white wine with notes of pear and apple.
One of the weeping willow trees on the winery property is captured in the image on the label.
Dry white produced from Vidal Blanc grapes.
Rich berry fruit with clove, cedar and a hint of black pepper spice and lasting finish.
An arrowhead found in the Marquette vineyards is highlighted on the label.
Our 2017 Vintage produced with Marquette grapes, most comparable to Cabernet Sauvignon.
5 days skin contact during fermentation makes a deep medium bodied red.
Dark berry fruit layered in clove and hints of vanilla.
Our 2017 Vintage produced with Marechal Foch grapes, most comparable to Malbec or Merlot.
Short skin contact during fermentation makes a light bodied elegant red.
Deep cherry and berry fruit with hints of clove and cedar.
Our 2017 Vintage produced with Marechal Foch grapes, most comparable to Pinot Noir.
Pairs perfectly with your back deck (or ours) on a relaxing Sunday Afternoon.
The photograph on our label was taken of the winery from a drone the Sunday Afternoon of Memorial Day Weekend 2017 at sunset.
Dry white similar to a Pinot Grigio.