Our Chambourcin vines were planted in 2009. From our 1.3 acres of Chambourcin, we harvest about
4 tons which produces around 250 cases.
Our third version of Chambourcin is currently available! the 2019 Chambourcin is a light red with cherry notes. It pairs well with any cheesy Italian Dish!
Our Villard Blanc vines were planted in 2012.
We got the first small crop off of them in 2015.
From what we have tasted from other climates and vineyards, this wine has notes of citrus and green apple. We released our first Villard Blanc in May of 2015.
We are currently selling two vintages of Villard. The 2017 is light and crisp, being fermented in stainless steel. The 2018 is more full bodied and rounder, having been fermented in American oak barrels.
The 2019 Rose is a real crowd pleaser! It's a blend of mostly Villard Blanc, with about 2% Chambourcin! It's light and citrusy with just a hint of strawberry and cranberry on the nose and pallet! Perfect for those Summer sunsets.
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Our Cabernet Franc is a medium-bodied red, with nice spice and peppery notes. Quite earthy with hints of smoke and leather. This pairs well with most red meats, and for our vegetarians out there, Eggplant Parmesan or Sauteed Portabello Mushrooms.
We currently use Childress Vineyards' custom crush facility to make our wines. We are grateful for the opportunity to utilize their quality equipment and knowledgeable staff. This partnership allows us to produce a premium product as a small vineyard.
2018 CYRIL'S BLEND
Our second Cyril's blend was released in December of 2019. It is a blend of Chambourcin, Cabernet Sauvignon, Villard blanc, and Merlot. The wines were fermented separately and then blended before bottling. Aged 8 months in American and French oak. This is a medium bodied, juicy wine with earthy undertones. Pairs well with anything from fish and chips to spicy curries!
2017 CYRIL'S BLEND
Our first Cyril's blend was released in December of 2018. It is a blend of Cab Sauv, Chambourcin, Merlot, and Petit Verdot. The wines were blended together during fermentation and then aged for 8 months in American and French oak. This is a light fruity wine with simple tannins.