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Chardonnay grapes fermented in stainless steel with oak chips. The most complex of white wines mainly because it is a combination of fruit and oak. Grapes are coming from Californi…
Riesling flavored with strawberry to create a cool, refreshing spring and summer wine. A limited release available in May.
Called ‘Picnic’ because it is a casual, easy drinking red wine. Made with HBV Foch and Dechaunoc grapes. Finish is fruity and fresh. Used to make sangria. Drink chilled or at room …
A limited release apple wine flavored with cranberries just in time to pair with your Thanksgiving cranberry sauce or a chutney.
A medium-dry red made from the California Ruby Red Cabernet. This wine style is meant to be served with a meal. It is similar to a Merlot in terms of body and tannins.
A long, cold fermentation, stopped at just the right level, compliments the balance of sweetness with natural acidity and fruit. Riesling is a sweeter grape so even though fermente…
Honey Nut Apple
Apple wine is sweetened with honey and other natural flavors to create an award-winning favorite. Cinnamon is added to create an apple pie like sensation.
The oldest wine at HBV. Covert is the place that a fox hides and Sherman Haight was a huge fox hunter. A semi-sweet finish of our own Sevyal Blanc leaving a few points of sugar.
Our biggest, boldest red wine. Made from California Cabernet Sauvignon grapes fermented in oak barrels. Alcohol is the highest at 15% plus. Plenty of tannins and jamminess. Serve w…
This dry dinner style wine was originally made for HBV’s Vineyard Express – CT’s only wine train. Made with HBV Seyval Blanc in stainless and un-oaked.