RED WINES

1854

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Named after the year Brownville was  established, this blend of DeChaunac, Foch & St. Croix produces a  complex medium bodied wine with an earthy aroma of crushed raspberries,  currants, nutmeg and cinnamon.

DeChaunac

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A French-American hybrid developed in  1860, the DeChaunac grape is most extensively planted in the New York  Finger Lakes Region.  It has an earthy woodsy flavor that is delightful  on its' own or fabulous with steak and prime rib.

Chambourcin

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First introduced in France in 1963, the  Chambourcin grape has become a favorite of wine growers in the  Mid-Atlantic region.  It is a ruby-colored wine with a full flavor and  aroma.  This wine will pair well with barbecue, pork and pasta dishes.

Frontenac

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This semi dry red wine is a medium-bodied  wine that displays hints of black cherry on the palate.  An excellent  choice for sipping on its' own or with a meal.

Marechal Foch

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Named after the French Marshal Ferdinand  Foch, a French hero during WWI, this French-American hybrid is heavily  grown in the eastern U.S.  This grape lends itself to making a wine that  is smooth to the palate and finishes with a pleasant fruitiness.


St. Croix

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A full-bodied red wine,  it has a flavor and aroma that hint at plum and black cherry.  It has a  deep earthy depth on its' own and then opens up to a whole new flavor  when paired with a protein like barbecued meat.