While Léon Millot has been grown in the Finger Lakes for decades, it is rare to find it as a varietal wine. This complex French-American hybrid grape is an artful balance of soft acid and smooth tannins with hints of black pepper and an earthy finish.
This fruit-forward dry red has aromas of violet and fig. Pair with grilled meats and good company.
This food-friendly, refreshing white wine has aromas of green apples and pear, with just a touch of sweetness. Enjoy it alfresco with hors d’oeuvres and friends.
Aromas of grapes and jasmine, this semi-sweet take on a traditionally sweet wine is a perfect display of why Niagara is the leading green grape grown in New York State.
A deliciously grapey, warm-weather favorite, this distinct grape was created right in the great state of New York.