A light, refreshing wine, with pleasant acidity, in a fruit forward style. Herbaceous nose (green leaves), with clementine and tangerine notes. Starts out with clear citrus flavors, but ends dry. It fakes you out; it seems sweet, but is actually quite dry. Winemaker’s notes: Polka is dry white wine made from Riesling and Prairie Star grapes.
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Sashay represents our winemaker’s expression of an unoaked Frontenac. It has a vibrant, rich color and a strong nose of cherry, blueberry, and cocoa. Sashay has a smooth and creamy mouthfeel reminiscent of a mature, full-bodied red. It could be said that this wine is older than its years! Winemaker’s notes: Sashay is a dry red wine made from Frontenac and St. Croix grapes.
Charleston’s nose is reminiscent of grapefruit, with hints of melon and subtle floral notes (we get orange blossom). This light, refreshing white wine, has a bright, crisp body. Its crispness reminds us of a Sancerre or Sauvignon Blanc. Winemaker’s notes: Charleston is a dry white wine made from Prairie Star and La Crescent grapes.