Dry0% - .7%
Off-Dry.8% - 1.5%
Semi-Sweet1.5% - 3%
Sweet3% or More
limited release wines
Zinfandel is a hearty, full bodied red wine with a very fruit forward style. This wine showcases rich, ripe berry flavors and is complemented by American oak aging.
This limited release dessert wine is overflowing with rich, deep, sweet flavors and warming alcohol. Cherry and berry characteristics from the Chambourcin grape dance in a dense body of fortified wine. Ruby should be enjoyed within a year from purchase and is a delightful drink after dinner. Try serving Ruby with dark chocolates or a creamy blue cheese.
This limited release dessert wine is crafted from 100% Zinfandel fruit and aged for just over 2 years in a combination of American and French oak barrels. The wine results in ripe fruit flavors with toasty oak notes and warm alcohol.
This bubbly embraces the beauty of Chambourcin, showcasing fruity and berry characteristics with elegant bubbles. Produced using the traditional méthode champenoise, this sparkling wine is finished with just a touch of sweetness. Serve well chilled in a tall champagne flute to enhance the tiny streams of bubbles.
This beautiful bubbly is made using méthode champenoise, which indicates this wine underwent a secondary fermentation in the bottle. Sparkling Vidal has crisp flavors of lemon and grapefruit with soft, yeasty undertones.
The bubbles are a perfect complement to the fruitiness of this sparkling wine. Cayuga is full of fresh grape characteristics and a soft, smooth finish. This sparkling wine is a real crowd pleaser.
Treat yourself to something sweet, light and bursting with fresh grape flavor. This wine is sure to add sunshine to your day.
Made in the Italian style, capturing crisp fruit flavors and fresh acidity, the aroma is filled with citrus fruits, such as pink grapefruit and lemon.
This wine expresses the perfect combination of warm, soothing oak flavors and bright, fresh green apple. The finish is rich with a lingering, buttery characteristic.
Strong flavors of spice and toast from oak, mingling with lemon and caramel. Your mouth will experience flavors ranging from toast, lemon, and caramel with a mineral, lemon finish.
A haven of fruit and tropical flavors such as lemon, melon, and pineapple. The slight bit of natural sweetness left behind from fermentation is a perfect balance to the drying and persistent acidity.
Soft, mellow aromas and flavors of this wine will leave your mouth coated with tastes of ripe melon, mango, and ruby grapefruit.
Your glass will be filled with aromas and flavors of peach, apricot, and minerals. The wine also provides a delicate balance of sweetness and acidity.
Both intense and delicate flavors of honey, rose, and orange blossom mingle in the wine glass. This wine is perfectly balanced with sweet rich flavors and striking acidity.
An awesome smell and taste like the fresh grapes just popped out of their skin into the wine glass.
Sip on the sweet, grapey, and candied flavors of this wine. Don't forget to sniff first to best enjoy the sweet aromas of grapes in the glass!
A soft, mild taste with floral and fruity flavors. The sweetness is rich and mouth coating.
The grape of the Lehigh Valley, Chambourcin, is an alternative to a Merlot or Pinot Noir. Big American oak flavors of spice and forest floor. Berry and ripe cherry flavors coat your mouth with medium tannins.
For a lighter bodied wine, this Pinot Noir is full on flavors of strawberry, leather, and violets. The finish has firm up front tannins.
Aged in Pennsylvania oak barrels for 9 months to create a complex wine. Dry in the finish and medium in body with aromas and flavors of blackberry, black raspberry, plum and caramel.
Big, flavorful and ready to knock your socks off! Rich oak flavors of vanilla and spice mingle with ripe fruit flavors of raspberry, blackberry, and cherry.
The deep purple color and fresh berry flavors, hint of sweetness and touch of acidity are all characteristics of Turtle Rock Red. Made from 100% Chambourcin, Turtle Rock Red, has quickly become the flagship of Clover Hill wines.
The grape displays berry flavors with an earthy component. The slight sweetness and a warm soothing finish are best enjoyed slightly chilled.
Close your eyes and sniff this wine. Your glass will be full of grapey (better known as "foxy") flavors that will take you back to eating grapes from the arbor.
A sweet apple wine that is spiced with cinnamon and a hint of clove. Try it cold in the summer or warmed in the fall.
A sweet rosé that is jazzed up with cinnamon, cloves, and citrus. Try it warm in the winter to celebrate the holidays.