Marquette was released by the University of MN in 2006. Our Marquette is dry, barrel aged.
Pairs well with steak or marinara sauce.
The Frontenac grape was introduced by the University of MN in 1996. It is a lighter dry red. Our Frontenac has a smoky flavor to it, but is nice and smooth with a slightly sweet finish.
This wine is fruity up front, with a slightly dry finish. Pairs well with tomato bruschetta and feta cheese
Our New Traditions is a blend of Frontenac Gris and Brianna grapes. As a semi-sweet wine, it is light, anytime white wine! Pairs well with buttered popcorn.
Frontenac Gris was introduced by the University of Minnesota in 2003. Our wine made with Frontenac Gris is a semi-sweet, fruit-forward white wine.
Semi-dry. A blend of Brianna, Frontenac Gris, La Crescent & St Pepin. This Wine is name after our four children.
A blend of Frontenac Gris and La Crescent. A light bodied, easy drinking wine. Named after our dogs who are always roaming the patio.
Light & earthy, a semi-dry white wine.
A Marquette wine that was aged in stainless steel rather than oak barrels. Semi-dry but easy drinking. A fan favorite and Jeff's family nickname for me when we first started dating
Frontenac Blanc is mildly tart with a sweet aroma.