Harvest Menu HighlightsWe Offer the Very Best Grapes for Winemaking
Red wine Varietals
The King of California, Cabernet Sauvignon can produce some of the biggest, boldest and richest wines with a range of fruit flavors and complexity. Additional aging as a single varietal enables the black cassis to develop along with softening tannins and notes of licorice, pepper, mocha and cedar to shine through ripe fruit flavors.
White Wine Varietals
Considered a chameleon grape, this varietal changes with terrior and vinification. Typically full-bodied with notes of pineapple, apple and pear fruit. Malolactic fermentation provides the buttered popcorn flavor while lees aging can create flavors of graham cracker, bread dough and spice in the wine. Oak can seriously influence this wine with flavors of toast and vanilla.