The Finger Lakes has many wonderful white wines and so do we.
An un-oaked Chablis style Chardonnay, Our favorite white wine for cooking. This dry white is well received by the ABC (anything but Chardonnay) crowd.
Queen of the Finger Lakes whites. Our Riesling is a great example of the the wine that makes the region a destination for wine lovers . Excellent fruit, a hint of rhubarb, clean finish.
Aromella is an aromatic white wine from the Cornell grape breeding program. If you like Gewertz, try Aromella, quickly becoming a favorite at IWBW.
A new grape from the University of Minnesota, lovely nose of apricot and tropical fruit, with a crisp finish. Estate grown.
A mainstay in the Finger Lakes region, huge nose of apples and pears, great with broiled seafood, mild cheese and poultry.
An old school white wine, grapey nose, tart green apple finish, just like stealing them off your neighbors arbor when you were a kid.
Remember Pick Catawba wine? So do we. We still make it. Perfect with appetizers and grandmothers that like sweeter wines.
Our tasty reds are medium to light bodied, distinctive cooler climate wines.
If Riesling is the queen, then Cab Franc must be the king, maybe a prince, or at least a duke. Our Cab has a wonderful tannin structure with a great balance of fruit to oak. Royalty.
This Minnesota developed grape has some Pinot in its lineage. Quickly becoming a favorite in cold climate growing areas. A dry red with outstanding fruit.
Noiret (nawah ay) is another grape from the Cornell breeding program. Noiret is a dark, peppery, rustic red, that pairs well with peppery spicy foods.
Marechal Foch - aka Marshall Focker, the Marshall, or just Focker. Is a French American Hybrid with a nose of black cherry and a very smooth finish. It's not only fun to say, it's our best selling red.
Our first estate grown wine! Corot Noir is a red grape that we produce in a white wine style, creating (red + white =?) a rose`. A dry light bodied red, pairs well with a variety of foods and summer heat.
Locally grown Marechal Foch grapes handpicked and processed on premise in a rose’ style at IWBW, tart cherry and smooth oak flavors.
We can’t call it a port, but you can. Our red dessert wine has a nose of dried fruit, a healthy burn and a toasty oak finish, pairs with S’mores
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