A flirty and lively white, Edelweiss is slightly sweet yet crisp, with refreshing flavors of citrus and green apple.
Our Front Porch is a fresh and flavorful semi-sweet rosé with savory aromas of strawberry and red cherry.
Named after our dog Lucy, this red wine is delectably sweet with a smooth taste and rich Concord flavor. Try with cheesecake.
Behind the Shed Red
A robust dry red, Behind the Shed Red is a medium-bodied red blend with blackberry and plum aromas, concentrated fruit flavors, and an excellent finish.
Bed Head Red
A fun and easily drinkable sweet red wine, Bed Head Red has spicy aromas and deep fruit flavors of black cherry and wild berry, with a hint of vanilla.
Made from the Niagara variety, this white wine is soft and sweet with flavors of freshly picked grapes and honeysuckle.
Vineyard Select Series
A widely planted Midwestern grape variety, Seyval Blanc gains weight and complexity with oak barrel aging. This dry white offers refined aromas of lemon, melon, and honey, with a rich and creamy texture.
Aged in stainless steel instead of oak barrels, our unoaked Seyval Blanc brings together light acidity with crisp citrus and apple flavors for a refreshingly dry white wine.
A new Midwestern variety with potential to make excellent white wine, our La Crescent features zesty citrus aromas of lemon and lime, with grapefruit and pineapple flavors and crisp acidity balanced with just a touch of sweetness.
The Chancellor variety was developed and remains widely planted in France, and has long been used to make dry red wine of exceptional quality. Now being grown in central Iowa, our Chancellor is a medium-bodied red displaying characteristic aromas of cedar and plum, with a dark and rich berry flavor.
Norton (also known as Cynthiana) is the oldest cultivated North American grape variety. Widely popular in Missouri, Norton has gained a reputation for making remarkably bold and full-bodied dry reds. Our Norton exhibits dark fruit aromas of currant and blackberry with slight hints of cinnamon and mint.
Noiret is a new grape variety which has only recently become available for Midwestern wine production. Our 2011 Iowa Noiret exhibits the virtues of the new variety, most notable for its unique aroma of green and black pepper.