GRV White - A blend of Traminette and Vidal. Traminette is the dominant grape to be noted. Very floral with just a little sweetness. A wonderful picnic wine or to be paired with spicy foods like Indian or Thai.
Pinot Grigio - Fermented in neutral oak. It has crisp light citrus notes, followed by firm acidity and a mild finish. Pair with mild cheeses, Chicken or fish
Viognier - A very aromatic wine with a wonderful floral bouquet, and lovely tropical notes. Great for sipping at sunset as an aperitif. This grape originated in France's Rhone River valley, but has proven to be one of Virginia's most successful varietals, making wines that rival any in the world.
Generals Nightcap - A light bodied dessert wine from a late harvest Petit Manseng. It displays structured sweetness and balanced acidity, offering delicate floral aromas, followed by apricot, creamy peach, and notes of mango on the palate. This velvety gem would pair with veined cheeses, like Blue Cheese or dessert like NY Cheesecake
Rosé - Fresh and crisp with a touch of sweetness, well structured with firm acidity, our Rose will make a great summer starter wine or salad course accompaniment. Match with Virginia ham and (you gotta try this) Hawaiian pizza. Slight residual sugar; a blend of Merlot, Traminette with a bit of Chambourcin and Vidal for structure.
GRV Red - This smooth versatiile blend of Chambourcin and Merlot exhibits beautiful dark fruit, hints of spice and pepper, then finishes with structural, lingering tannins of black currants. Great with tomato based pasta dishes or steaks on the grill.
Merlot - The world's most popular red wines are produced from the prominent grape grown in the Saint-Emilion and Pomerol communes of Bordeaux. Merlot has captivated the American wine market with its fresh, ripe fruit appeal, being less acidic and generally softer than its French counter parts. Cherry, Raspberry and smoky oak flavors dominate with hints of mint.
Petit Verdot - 100% Petit Verdot, fast becoming one of VA's newest stand-out varietals with big bold characters. This is a wine to enjoy now or cellar for several years. Characteristics to note are ripe berries, full tannins and layers of complexity. The Petit Verdot would pair wonderfully with a hearty stew, aged Gouda and most winter fare. Just in time to be enjoyed in front of the fire!
Westmoreland Red - SOLD OUT A Chambourcin blend with Petit Verdot. Chambourcin gives a fruit forward ripe dark cherry/pomegranate taste with a touch of spice and pepper from the Petit Verdot. Makes a great dinner party gift, pairing nicely with a choice steak or barbecue pork.