Wine

Bottled Wines In Stock

  • Banana
  • Berry Bliss Sangria
  • Blueberry
  • Cranberry
  • Muscadine
  • Muscadine Rosé
  • Orange Blossom Honey
  • Alfalfa Honey
  • Quartet Red Blend
  • Cape Red
  • Grenache
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Riesling

On Tap

Orange Blossom Honey, Alfalfa Honey, Blueberry, Riesling, Scuppernong, Muscadine, Banana, Nectar~Raspberry, Quartet Red Blend, Cape Red, Grenache, CAB, Blueberry-Apple Cider, Apple Cider, Cranberry, Berry Bliss Sangria

About the Wines

I am by no means a professional wine maker. Definitely no traditionalist. So finding that award winning Pinot Noir won’t involve this establishment. At least not anytime soon. That said, heres the deets on what I do got

Alfalfa Honey – Off-Dry. Made with alfalfa honey, water, and yeast. Earthy notes and flavors. I guess that’s what alfalfa takes like. I ain’t no horse. Maybe a jackass though

Apple Cider – Off-Dry. Just your everyday hard apple cider. Tastes like apples with alcohol. Has some bubbles

Banana – Dry. No joke, its bananas, no grapes involved. 1st attempt at recreating a damn good banana wine I made in moms basement. Should have wrote some notes down. Neutral/alcoholic flavors with banana flavors on the end. We gotta drink this batch before I can try again

Berry Bliss Sangria – Semi-Sweet. Its sangria…. Just with blueberries and strawberries, instead of citrus fruit. Slightly carbonated, with a wee bite from the acids. Make your mouth water up just a little bit

Blueberry – Off-Dry. Tangy and acidic, easy drinkin for those who like it a little on the tart side. Not that sugar laced blueberry that you’re used to. Good crossover wine for those interested in red grape wines but who just can’t commit to red grape wines

Cape Red – Off-Dry. Shiraz grapes. Its red grape wine. Has some residual sugar left, not real acidic. Don’t ask, I just let the yeast do their thing and this is what they left me with

Carbonated Blueberry-Apple – Off-Dry. Cider that I put some blueberries in. Has a pinkish color. Has some bubbles

Cranberry – Dry. For those who can’t get enough of the tartness. High in ascorbic acid. If you ever wished you could drink the cranberry sauce on thanksgiving, then bottoms up with this one

German Style White – Semi-Sweet. Riesling grapes. Ever so slightly acidic. I like it mixed with the scuppernong or cranberry

Great with Steak – Dry. Its just CAB. Nothing special

Muscadine – Sweet. Grown right here at the vineyard. Has that strange and weird candy-like muscadine flavor. I use about half the sugar to sweeten it. So its not that syrup that you’re used to

Nectar~Raspberry – Dry. Honey and Raspberries. The floral flavors of the honey with the acids of the raspberry. Just a alternative wine I guess

Orange Blossom Honey– The more floral version of the honey wines. Decent alternative to white grape wine

Quartet Red Blend – Dry. Did you like the CAB? The shiraz? Grenache even? Then maybe you’ll like this one since they’re in it

Scuppernong – Sweet. The other grape grown here. Nearly identical to muscadine, except its white and not red. Again, not the sweet sugary syrup you’re used to

Spanish Style Red – Dry. Grenache grapes. Its like the CAB. Just a dry red wine. I don’t have much else to say about it. Took me like three hours to type this page up. So I can’t think of anything else but dry red… Its got yeast pee in it… There… Happy?