Diamond is a white grape developed by crossing Concord with Iona. Semi-Sweet with great acidity and crispness, Diamond goes great with a variety of food as well as an easy drinking wine.
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The Fiona has a fresh and fruity taste with hints of peach and apricot. Like our youngest daughter, its namesake, this wine has a fun personality. From the aroma to the fanciful blend of fruits, the Fiona is easy to like. While the Fiona Peach Chardonnay is a sweet wine, the Chardonnay allows a clean and crisp finish.
Our Fumé Blanc is made from Single Vineyard grapes from California’s Suisun Valley. Unoaked and delivering a fresh flavor, this Fumé Blanc has a floral symphony of aromas. Made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes – the French translation is savage or wild and Blanc, white. We call our Fumé Blanc white smoke, or simply delicious.
Red Spiced Wine is traditionally served at German Christmas festivals. Our Glühwein has an enchanting mix of spices along with the more dominant orange and cinnamon. It’s perfect to warm your spirit on a cold evening or après-ski. Serve warm—up to but not exceeding 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
This family recipe, originating in the Mosel River region of Germany, is a delightful proprietary blend of sweetened white wine flavored with apples, citrus, and spices. Traditionally warmed to 140°, as with our Glühwein, the Margaret Apple Spice can be enjoyed at room temperature, or even chilled. Ein Prosit!
While Pinot Grigio is the well-known Italian version of France’s Pinot Gris, R Pinot Grigio grapes come from Chile and are completely crafted here in Pittsburgh. This is a great wine for sipping as an aperitif and it has the versatility to be served with many different cuisines. We blend R Pinot Grigio with 20% Geisenheim for a wine with a bright acidity that makes it crisp, refreshing, and delightful.
This Pinot Noir is smooth at first impression while hints of red fruits mingle in. Due to the small grape size and thin skin, Pinot Noir creates a lighter more delicate dry red. The name is derived from the French words for pine and black; the grape variety having tightly clustered, pine cone-shaped bunches of dark grapes. This is a nicely balanced wine made from California Pinot Noir grapes.