Our Wine List
Our top-selling wine, this sparkling, strawberry wine is made from our Jones Family Farms strawberries! This wine combines the sweet aroma of strawberry fields, the structure of a crisp white wine (Chenin Blanc) and bubbles. This celebration wine is perfect for special occasions, brunches, and summer days. The process of this wine's making begins with the harvesting of fresh, Jones strawberries in June each year. Strawberries are fermented, similar to red wine, for 3-5 days, then blended with the dry white wine, carbonated, and bottled. For maximum flavor and enjoyment, serve this wine ice cold!
- Strawberries and strawberry desserts
- Ricotta cheese, fresh mozzarella, burrata
If you like fruity, sparkling wine or mimosas, this is your wine!
First Blush is the sister wine to Harvest Time. It is a blend of Connecticut-grown apples, pears, and black currants. (Apples sourced from Beardsley Farm in Shelton, CT; pears sourced from Bishops Orchards in Guilford, CT; black currants sourced from Maple Lane Farms in Preston, CT.) This wine is a bit sweeter than Harvest Time and is slightly tart (and deeper in color) from the addition of black currants. Cold-fermented in stainless steel from 7-9 months, this is a great summer, sipping wine and pairs well with spicy foods and Caribbean-style food.
- Spicy foods
- Thai, Indian, or Mexican dishes
- Caribbean-style food/Jamaican jerk spice-rubbed cuisine
- Cheddar cheeses
If you like White Zinfandel or sweet blush wines, this is your wine!
(Hint: think "wine slushies", too!)
Harvest Time is an apple and pear wine made from 100% Connecticut-grown fruit. It's make-up is 50% apples (sourced from Beardsley Cider Mill in Shelton, CT) and 50% pears (sourced from Bishops Orchards in Guilford, CT.) This off-dry wine is treated just like a white wine and is cold-fermented in stainless steel from 7-9 months. With its obvious flavors of apple and pear, it is delicately sweet with a crisp finish and is an exceptional wine for food pairing. It pairs well with all of the harvest foods that we enjoy in the fall and winter months (especially suited for your Thanksgiving table) but is equally-capable in its ability to share the stage with year-round fare, as well. It also mixes well, meaning you can create a diverse menu of tasty wine cocktails and sangrias!
- Roast pork
- Roasted fall vegetables and root vegetables
- Cheddar cheeses
If you like hard cider or Gewurztraminer wines, this is your wine!
Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.
Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912