This dry white is refreshingly fruit forward with citrus tones, yet full bodied after barrel fermentation and oak aging for six months.
A popular sweet white wine with melon and spice aromas followed by rich melon and honey tones.
This unoaked, dry red has lightly spicy aromas with hints of jam and mild tannin on the finish.
This semi-dry, blush is made from 100% Door Peninsula grown split of of Marquette and Frontenac grapes. It is crisp and light bodied with slight minerality but very fruit forward with the taste of fresh picked strawberries. The nose has intense aromas of strawberry with notes of grapefruit, dragonfruit and melon. Pairs great with seafood, salads and pasta dishes.
A sparkling, semi-dry rosé wine made from 100% Door County grown grapes. Crisp and light, Rosé Bouquet has intense floral aromatics and notes of grapefruit and peach.
Well balanced, dry white with pleasant aromas of green apple, tarragon, spice and caramel that carry through in a flavor and finish with a mild lemon note.
Grapes from the Monterey region in California produce this supple wine and 12 months of barrel aging softened its finish to a lingering, velvety feel.
A light, unoaked red with a first impression of plum, black currant aromas and a dark fruit finish. A great dry, yet soft, table wine.
A cold-climate grape varietal also found in our vineyard, styled as a dry, medium bodied red. This Baco Noir based release of Hybrid Red is tart, acidic, and jammy with bright notes of red currant and fruit.
Redemption delivers dark and intense berry fruit, with elevated notes of tart cherry and currant. Deceptively light, its tannins build for a full-bodied, yet smooth red.
A deviant red wine. A robust and elevated blend with flavors of juicy black cherry on a background of oak.