Fredonia is back

We now have Fredonia back on the shelf. This is a nice deep full bodied semi sweet red with lots of flavor. Moving fast so hurry if you would like to get your hands on some!!!

 

Wine Varietal Price range Status Notes
Blueberry semi sweet fruit premium in stock 100% fruit!
Chambourcin - dry dry red grape moderate in stock aged in white oak, full bodied with a peppercorn finish
Chambourcin - semi sweet semi sweet red grape moderate in stock fruity with hints of berries, non-oaked
Chardonnay dry white grape moderate in stock Unoaked
Concord semi sweet red grape low in stock "breakfast juice in a bottle, with a kick"
Concord French Oak semi sweet red grape moderate in stock Hints of vanilla and oak, elevates Concord to a new level!
Crabapple semi sweet fruit premium in stock sweet/tart, crisp.
Diamond - dry dry white grape moderate in stock Very grapey, clean and crisp.
Diamond - semi sweet white grape moderate in stock Pineapple hints, award winner! Great paired with chicken and turkey.
Fredonia semi sweet red low in stock deep full body red
Marachal Foch - dry red grape moderate pending approval full-bodied, deep red
Marachal Foch - semi sweet red grape moderate pending approval full bodied, deep red
Muscat white grape premium in stock semi-sweet, simply fantastic!
Niagara semi sweet white grape moderate in stock Native American grape variety, delicious!
Peach semi sweet fruit premium in stock Very, very peachy
Pink Catawba semi sweet blush moderate in stock semi sweet blush
locally known as "campfire wine"
Rhubarb semi sweet vegetable premium sold out 100% rhubarb flavor without the sour.
Sour Cherry semi sweet fruit premium in stock spectacular with chocolate!
Steuben blush grape moderate in stock fruity, crisp, and clean. A nice dessert
Strawberry semi sweet fruit premium in stock a little bit of heaven in a glass
Traminette semi sweet white grape moderate pending approval spicy-floral, semi-sweet
Zinfandel semi sweet red grape moderate in stock Full bodied red, non-oaked
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