This blend of 58% Cabernet Franc and 42% Merlot has a deep crimson color that is slightly translucent. Red fruit aromas predominate. The medium tannins are surprisingly rounded. When you taste properly by coating your tongue and taking in air it makes for a fantastically long finish. This wine has great complexity and is silky smooth. One reviewer said it was her favorite red wine from Michigan. Bronze medal winner at the 2021 Judgement of Michigan.
Cabernet Franc (42%), Regent (17%), Merlot (16%), and Field Blend Reds (25%). A dark purple, full-bodied wine that checks all the boxes. It has a friendly, fruity aroma, it’s leggy, and it has great structure. One reviewer called it harmonious and said it was like drinking a rich, hot cocoa on a cold night. Really opens up nicely with dark fruit flavors. Bronze medal winner at the 2021 Judgement of Michigan.
A blend of Italian varietals Teroldego (34%) and Lagrein (22%) with Cabernet Franc (26%) and Merot (18%). We loved the deep dark purple color; almost blackberry. It invoked “oohs and aahs” when pouring. This is a full-bodied wine with excellent viscosity. Dark berries on the nose and palate; the fruit is the star. We love the complexity and medium plus tannins that build to a long finish. Deftly made. This is a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon lover’s red blend. Gold medal winner at the 2021 Judgement of Michigan.
A dark ruby color with an excellent, fruity nose of red berries. Medium body with a rich mouth feel and red berries on the palate. It is a smooth, easy to enjoy wine with a nice finish. This is your “leggy fun friend.”
A blend of 43% Cabernet Franc, 43% Blaüfrankisch, and 14% Merlot. This wine shows dark red in the glass. Aromas are flowery and foxy, reminiscent of a French wine. Medium body, slightly acidic, with hints of ginger, dark berries, and cocoa. It is a smooth, easy drinking wine. Very pleasant sips. Silver medal winner at the 2021 Judgement of Michigan.