Try allof our varietals in the tasting room for $5...and keep a really cool wine glass.

Diana’s Delight (Vidal Blanc)      $13

Named after Kathryn’s beloved mother, the Vidal reminds us of her, with its honey and orange blossom aroma and hints of pineapple. Flavors of lemon and quince combined with a smidge of apple leads to a long, spicy finish with hints of grapefruit and orange zest. Ready anytime to enjoy and serve chilled.  


Puckum Pinot Grigio $15

Oooh, the nose on this wine! Pineapple, grapefruit, and banana…followed by yummy tropical fruit flavors and a roasted almond finish. Drink your Puckum Wine--our 2011 won Best in Class (dry white) in the state of MD...nummmmm

Assawoman Bay Chardonnay   $15

This clear, pale straw colored Chardonnay is reminiscent of the smells of country life:  apple, spiced apple, with hints of dried herb, toast and linden. Think of plucking a big green apple and savoring the taste; you’ll find this crispness in the wine, along with citrus and apricot.  Grapefruit and lemon are on the finish. Ready anytime to consume. Serve chilled. 

 

Tuckahoe Merlot  $17

A light bodied wine, Tuckahoe Merlot combines the aromas of spiced cherry, butter and toast with a whisper of cinnamon and black pepper. Tuckahoe Creek is a quiet, unassuming stream that meanders on the Eastern Shore. Our Merlot is equally humble; don’t save it for a big event but serve it on an ordinary day.  Find simple pleasure in the sour cherry and spice flavors and butter and spice finish.

 

Rockawalkin Rosso  $21

Our bold Cabernet and Merlot blend is a wine rich in berry aromas with a hint of pepper. Terrific with heavy Italian pastas or lasagna or a big ole steak on the grill. 

 

Riddle Farm Riesling $15

Our Riesling pays tribute to Riddle Farm, home of Man O’War, one of the greatest race horses of all time.  It has aromas of apricots and yummy ripe peaches with hints of pear and hazelnut.  Taste gala apples, honey and pear in this semi-sweet Riesling.

 

Whaleyville Red $12

Can you say grape juice with a kick? Many of our customers grew up drinking Boones Farm, Manischewitz, and Mogen David. This wine, with its grapey aroma and taste, should be chilled to bring out the sweet simplicity of concord grapes.