- The Rich Reds
Italian Amarone ( $13)
This red has a dark, dense structure and lush flavors of ripe cherry, black currant and blackberry. Watch for subtle notes of clove, vanilla and oak with a background suggestive of earthiness.
Merlot ( $13) Silver Medal Winner
Premium Varietal Juice fermented with Crushed Grape Skins. A rich aroma of red cherries and toasted oak. Expressive flavors of dark ripe plums, berries and silky tannins in this medium bodied red.
Cabernet/Shiraz ( $12) Silver and Bronze Medal Winner
A blockbuster with a rush of blackberry, plum, cherry and candied orange fragrances. Followed by flavors of currant, fig, cedar, and spice intertwined with a beautiful balance of toasted oaks. Rich, elegant finish.
Malbec ( $14) Silver Medal Winner
This red has a dark, dense structure and lush flavors of ripe cherry, black currant and blackberry. Watch for subtle notes of clove, vanilla and oak with a background suggestive of earthiness. Argentinian grown grapes.
Pinotage ( $13) Silver and Bronze Medal Winner
Created in South Africa by crossing Burgundy's Pinot Noir and Rhone's Cinsault grape, this juice comes from a certified organic vineyard. Flavors are complex with dominant currant, cherry, banana, blackberry, vanilla & toastiness, thanks to two stage oaking. (French oak during fermentation, Hungarian oak for next 5 weeks).
Super Tuscan ( $15) Silver Medal Winner Help support the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire with the purchase of this wine!
Our gold medal winner made from Cabernet, Merlot and Sangiovese grapes. A big, full-bodied wine with solid structure and bold fruit notes. Hints of cassis, plum and cherry balance the bold tannins of this hearty red. French and American oak contribute toasty vanilla flavors and rich complexity.
Zweigelt ( $12) Silver Medal Winner
Austria's most widely planted red. It has gained favor because of its appealing fruit and spice character. An opulent bouquet of red fruit including raspberry, cherry, and currant, stand against a background of vanilla, black pepper and a hint of licorice. The initially rustic tannins quickly mellow into a nicely structured state and contribute to a nice long finish.