Wednesday, August 28, 2013

2013 Varieties and Price List






Red Varieties
Cabernet Franc: Produces an aromatic red wine that is softer than Cabernet Sauvignon.
Chambourcin: Makes a good red but also makes a good blush wine. It ages well.
Concord: One of the oldest American varieties. It makes a flavored foxy wine.
DeChaunac: Makes a wine reminiscent of some Italian wines.
Foch: Produces a fruity red table wine with a distinctive varietal flavor. Good acid: sugar balance.
Frontenac: Produces a full bodied wine which is especially good for blending with Dechaunac or Foch.
GR-7 Another New York State Hybrid. It makes darker red wines and it has a good tannin structure.
Landot 4511: Reminiscent of Beaujolais. Similar to Foch in ripening.
Leon Millot: This wine has a distinct berry aroma. It is a sister variety of Foch.
Noiret: Produces wine with notes of green and black pepper and raspberry. Good tannin
Sabrevois: A complex red wine with good tannins.
Red Varieties
Price per gallon
Price/pound picked

Foch

$8.75
.66
DeChaunac
$8.50
.61
Frontenac
$8.50
.61
Cabernet Franc
$14.50
1.30
Red Blend (Hybrids)
$7.75
2 or more hybrids varieties of our choice
Noiret (NY 73)
$8.50
.65
Concord
$7.50
.57
Landot 4511
$8.50
.61
Chambourcin
$9.00
.70
GR7
$8.40
.60
Marquette
$9.00
.70
Leon Millot
$8.85
.68
Sebrevois
$8.50
.61

White Varieties

Cayuga White: Can be made either into a semi-sweet wine emphasizing its fruity aromas or dry for a less fruity wine. Wines are pleasant and Germanic in style.
Chardonnel: This grape is a cross of Seyval and Chardonnay with hints of Chardonnay character.
Chardonnay: The premier French white wine grape, which is used in making Chablis or white burgundy.
Espirit: Wine has a mildly fruity flavor.
La Crosse: This is a versatile wine grape, which can be made dry but also makes a good semi dry wine.
Muscat Otonel: A true European Muscat grape that can make a rich dessert wine.
Niagara: A floral wine with a unique flavor. One of the oldest American varieties, it is also used in American champagnes.
Reliance: Produces high sugars and makes a rich tasting wine.
Seyval: This grape is the mainstay of the hybrid white wines in Michigan. Blends well with LaCrosse.
St. Pepin: This grape is a hybrid of Seyval and makes an excellent sweet wine.
Traminette: A Gew├╝rztraminer hybrid wine having a spicy quality similar to Gew├╝rztraminer.
Vignoles: Makes either a dry or slightly sweet wine. Has a distinct varietal flavor.
Frontenac Gris Wine has a peach flavor and tropical fruit undertones.
La Crescent This wine has a distinct apricot-like flavor with good aromatics
Brianna: Wines are made semi-sweet and have a pineapple flavor
Riesling: The great wine of the Rhine valley.
Valvin Muscat: An aromatic wine with floral notes



White Varieties
Price per Gallon

La Crescent
$9.00

La Crosse
$8.60

Seyval Blanc
$8.60
.
Chardonnel
$9.20

Chardonnay
$14.00

White Blend (Hybrids)
$7.75
Our choice of French hybrids
St. Pepin
$10.00

Reliance
$8.75

Traminette
$9.50

Niagara
$7.50

Muscat Otonel
$15.00

Espirit
$8.50

Vignoles
$9.20

Cayuga White
$8.50

Frontenac Gris
$8.75

Seyval/LaCrosse/La Crescent blend
$7.75

Brianna
$8.50

Riesling
$14.00

Valvin Muscat
$10.50



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