Missouri grape; this acidic, very dry,
tart red wine is pure Norton or
Cynthiana grape. Pairs great with dark
chocolate and beef.
red table wine is
a well-balanced blend of Chambourcin and Merlot
varietals. Then it’s oak-aged for 15 months.
Wonderful with burgers, steak, and dark
chocolate. Serve at room temperature.
Vigilante This smooth blend of
St. vincent and Norton grapes, is a great
semi-dry multi-purpose red table wine. A great
sipping wine; perfect for BBQ.
comparison to Chardonnay. Dry white; this grape
stands up to harsh Missouri winters and has a
wonderful floral nose; perfect with fish and
made with Vignoles. This makes for a
well-balanced wine that pairs perfectly with
poultry, seafood and white sauces. Serve
Reliance, Traminette, Cayuga White, Vidal Blanc,
Vignoles, and Chardonel grape varietals come
together to make this sweet
Unlike an ordinary blush,
this wine is made with the Native American
Catawba grape, giving it a bold fruit flavor and
a pleasingly sweet finish. Serve chilled.
This sweet red
wine is made from a blend of Concord grapes and
Muscadines, a variety of grape native to the
American south. This rich, earthy dessert wine
is wonderful poured over vanilla bean ice cream.
Serve at room temperature.
this velvety-sweet, yet tart dessert
wine has all that bold blackberry flavor
of your granny's cobbler, without
braving fence rows of thorns and