Last updated: January 3, 2020
Lightly floral with notes of apple, pear and apricots, our Riesling has less than 1% residual sugar.
Our Pinot Grigio has a refreshing citrus finish with mouthwatering acidity.
Made from a hybrid of Gewurztraminer and Johannes Seyve grapes, this wine showcases spicy citrus notes.
This sweet white wine has strong a aroma of vanilla bean with flavors of date and fig. Our Cotton Candy wine is a WineMaker Magazine Silver Medal Winner.
Similar to a White Zinfandel, this semi-sweet wine has aromas of honey and strawberry with a spicy finish that boasts notes of nutmeg and cloves.
Produced with a native North American grape, our award-winning Niagara is like adult grape juice!
Featuring notes of green apple and vanilla, this wine has a creamy and light buttery oak finish. Aged in an American Oak barrel for 12 months.
This French hybrid grape produces a deep, inky purple wine with notes of plum and berry.
This full-bodied red boasts hints of vanilla, leather and tobacco and is aged in new American Oak for 12 months. This wine is made as a tribute to Gibert “Dodge” Solomon, the maternal great-grandfather of winemaker Anthony Christiana. He enjoyed a glass of Merlot every day at 4 pm until he passed away at age 99.
This light-bodied red wine boasts flavors of black cherry, vanilla and smoke. It is aged in new American Oak for 12 months.
This tannic red boasts rich flavors of currant, black cherry, vanilla and oak. It is aged in new American Oak for 12 months.
This red blend is equal parts Merlot, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is named after Mackenzie Red, the daughter of winemaker Michael Christiana.
This wine is packed full of fresh blueberries from New Jersey, the Blueberry Capital of the World.
Made from Montmorency cherries, this customer favorite reminds us of a sweet Jolly Rancher.
Our Red Raspberry Wine is a 2017 Winemaker Magazine Silver Medal Winner.
This port-style wine is made with our Landot Noir and barrel aged in American Oak. It has strong flavors of chocolate and Lancaster blackberries.