These Chambourcin grapes were freshly pressed and then aged in stainless steel, resulting in a dry rosé. Age, combined with filtration, results in a rosé with the striking color of a light garnet. This bright, dry rosé features wild currant, tannic black cherry, and mild acidity. Enjoy this refreshing, light-bodied wine with a variety of seasonal fare: crisp greens, fresh fruit, and mild cheeses.
This energetic spritzed wine immediately greets the senses with notes of orange blossom and cantaloupe. It’s cheery salmon color compliments the graceful touches of tart acidity, which artfully rinse the palette between sips. This Catawba wine toes the line between semi-sweet and semi-dry, teasing your senses sip after sip.