Enjoy New England style wines and panoramic views of the Connecticut hills from our log cabin winery.
Wine tasting of 5 wines – $8.00
Wine tasting including logo glass – $11.00
Glass of wine – $8.00
Wine Slushies – $8.00. Delicious icy concoctions made with our artisan wines – flavors will vary weekly.
White Wines, Listed Dry to Sweet:
Chardonnay – a dry yet buttery white wine, with oak and vanilla aromas.
Vidal Blanc – a dry white wine with hints of honey and apricots.
Riesling – off dry. Crisp and loaded with ripe fruit flavors like apple and peach. Pairs well with fish, chicken and spicy Thai food. Best served chilled. $17.87
La Crescent – Floral aromas and a smooth tropical fruit taste. Enjoy especially with dessert.
Summer Breeze – aromatic wine, enjoyable on a languid summer evening.
$17.87 (Fresh strawberries, from Dzen Farms in Ellington/Broad Brook, CT, are infused into Summer Breeze just after picking.)
Jet’s White – light bodied wine, pairs well with fish and chicken.
Summit – aromatic wine, pairs with pork and Asian cuisine.
Vista – medium bodied, enjoyable with Buffalo wings and sharper cheeses. $16.93
Red Wines, Listed Dry to Sweet:
Lyra – full bodied wine, complements roast beef, steak or Italian dishes.
Merlot– full bodied red, peppery and great with salmon or beef.
Heritage – medium bodied wine, pairs well with most foods.
Jet’s Red – light bodied wine, food friendly tailgate wine.
Coventry Spice – light bodied wine often referred to as “Christmas in a glass,” pairs with glazed ham and candied yams.
Coventry Red – light bodied wine reminiscent of “berry jam.”
DRY – Chambourcin Rosé – light bodied wine that pairs well with turkey and roast vegetables. $15.04
OFF -DRY – Marquette Rosé – festive wine with tart cherry notes. Pairs well with chicken and fish. $17.87
SWEET– *Pink Catawba – aromatic wine that pairs well with delicate cheese and ham. $17.87
*Winner of the Connecticut Wine Society’s 2018 Amenti del Vino “Best in Show”.
Catawba is an American grape variety. The exact origin of the Catawba grape is unclear. The Catawba vine was first identified in western North Carolina around 1801.
The Catawba grape is one of the earliest native American grapes used in wine production. From 1825 to 1850 it was the most widely planted grape in the United States. Nicholas Longworth founded America’s first commercially successful winery along the Ohio River where he planted Catawba and produced the first Catawba wine. His Catawba wine was sold and distributed as far away as California and Europe. Longworth’s Catawba wine was so popular that he is said to be the founder of wine culture in America.
In 1858 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow published the poem “Ode to Catawba Wine” his favorite wine.
A discount of 10% is applied to any purchase of 12 or more bottles of wine.
Please, no alcohol other than our wines is permitted on premises.
On Friday evenings only, children and pets are not permitted.