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Vintage Wines From Our Cellar

Library Selections Case Our Price: $141.88  |  Add to Cart

Our Library Selections case contains two each of your favorite timeless classics. Check out the 2007 Reserve Chardonel – 2, 2010 Traminette – 2, 2011 MST – 2, 2011 Cynthiana – 2, 2008 Norton – 2 and the 2009 Norton – 2


MST Our Price: $16.99  |  Add to Cart

An easy drinking blend of 40% Merlot, 40% Syrah and 20% Tempranillo with generous aromas of black cherries and roasted chestnuts. Dark fruit flavors of cherry and currant give way to subtle notes of baking spice and black licorice on the finish. A full-bodied, juicy texture with evolving tannins make this limited selection a great […]


Norton ’10 Our Price: $11.99  |  Add to Cart

A low production year with high quality fruit. A long warm season meant we were able to hang the fruit a little longer, a gamble that has paid off. This wine is the result of a change in our barrel system, as we move to cooler storage. The wine has retained blueberry, cherry, strawberry and […]

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Norton ’09 Our Price: $11.99  |  Add to Cart

Very small production in 2009 with intense fruit and flavors, lower numbers in the vineyard do not always mean higher quality but they did this year. Blackberry, Cherry and even some violet aromas grace this wine. The palate has great tannin and acid that are enhanced by the ripe Blueberry and toast flavors. Should drink […]

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Cynthiana ’11 Our Price: $4.00 Out of stock!  |  Add to Cart

A racy red color with berry aromas and flavors of juicy blackberries and figs. Pair with grilled salmon or spice cake. Cynthiana is made from the Norton grape—our premier grape variety here in Missouri and one that can be oaky and tannic or fruit forward and mellow. This version is the latter, drink now through […]

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Reserve Chardonel ’08 Our Price: $9.99
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This full-bodied wine shows a toasty, nutty aroma with flavors of butterscotch and nectarines. Barrel-aging supplies the a creamy texture and buttery richness. To best enjoy this wine, drink it at just below room temperature in good company.  

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