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Our Wine List

Red Wines

Style and Flavor Profile

This full-bodied dark, garnet colored wine has aromas of cedar, chocolate

and smoky oak.  Silky with ripe flavors of black cherry, blackberry and

mulberry. 

Food Pairings

This wine pairs well with red meats, lamb and pork as well as rich bold cheeses like gouda, camembert, brie, gorgonzola and cheddar.  

Steak, roasted lamb & pork
Cato Corner’s aged Bloomsday or Womanchego
Charcuterie
Roasted potatoes with rosemary/ stuffed mushrooms

 

Wine Making Process

Barrel aged 10-12 months in French Oak
 

Grapes:
Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcohol:
12.5%
Price:
$25.95

Style and Flavor Profile

This ruby-red wine has smooth flavors of black cherry, roasted tomato

and black currant, medium bodied. Made from California grapes

Food Pairings

Parmesan & Pecorino, Aged Gouda
Charcuterie like salami, prosciutto and chorizo
Pasta Bolognese, lasagna & carbonara
Beef tenderloin
Osso buco
Pizza

 

Wine Making Process

A blend of stainless steel and oak barrel aging (12 months)
 

Grapes:
Sangiovese, Zinfandel & Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcohol:
12.5%
Awards:
2017 Amenti del Vino Gold Medal; 2017 Big E Silver Medal
Price:
$19.95

Style and Flavor Profile

This sweet red wine is made with a blend of 7 or more different
varietals.
A refreshing, juicy, dark red wine; that is full of berry flavor with hints of spice. Serve chilled or at room temp.

Food Pairings

Picnic food
BBQ
Lamb and smoked meats
Spicy or sweet and sour dishes
Blue cheese, Camembert/ Brie
Roasted figs

 

Wine Making Process

Fermented on the skins for 2 weeks, then pressed into Stainless Steel Tanks.
Aged in Stainless Steel Tanks for 7 – 9 months
 

Grapes:
Estate red grape blend; CT Grown
Alcohol:
12%
Awards:
2017 Amenti del Vino Silver Medal
Price:
$18.95

Red Orchid

Style and Flavor Profile

This full-bodied red blend is ripe, jammy and has flavors of

raspberry, plum and red cherries. This wine has a long, toasted oak

Finish.

Food Pairings

This wine pairs well with red meats, lamb and pork as well as hard cheeses like parmesan.  

Grilled Meats and Vegetables
Hard Cheeses like Aged Gouda, Parmesan and Pecorino
Osso Bucco
Burgers, Veal and Duck

 

Wine Making Process

Barrel aged 12 months in a mix of French and
Hungarian oak
 

 

Grapes:
Petite Syrah 50%, Zinfandel 35%, Malbec 15%
Alcohol:
14%
Price:
$31.95

Cosmos

Style and Flavor Profile

This complex, bold red blend is full-bodied and had the flavors of black
cherry, blackberry  and blueberry with a hint of cocoa.  This wine is juicy
and lush with a dark chocolate
finish.

Food Pairings

This wine pairs well with red meats, lamb and pork as well as aged cheeses like gouda, goat, feta and parmesan.  

Steak, lamb & Grilled Meats
Aged Cheeses like: Cato Corner’s aged Bloomsday or Womanchego
Charcuterie
Steak au Poivre

 

Wine Making Process

Barrel aged 12 months in a mix of French and Hungarian oak
 

Grapes:
Merlot 55%, Syrah 25%, Zinfandel 15%
Alcohol:
14%
Price:
$34.95

Style and Flavor Profile

Great care is taken in making our Cabernet Franc, we hand select the

 best grape clusters.

This wine has aromas of raspberries, plums, blackberries,

spices and fresh herbs.

Food Pairings

This wine pairs well with steak, pork, and spice flavors. It is also a
go-to for vegetarian dishes.

Steak, pork, turkey & grilled meats
Vegetarian dishes (Grilled Portobello mushrooms)
Camembert & Cato corner – aged Bloomsday, Fontina, & blue cheese

Wine Making Process

Fermented on the skins for 3 weeks, the pressed into stainless steel tanks before being barrel aged  for 12 months Hungarian oak
 

Grapes:
JFF Cabernet Franc JFF Merlot
Alcohol:
12.5%
Price:
$24.95

Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912