We’re excited to welcome back our Sparkling Albariño Pét Nat! This small-batch release demonstrates the versatility of the Albariño grape when grown here in Southeastern New England. The wine ﬁnished it’s fermentation in the bottle, providing a lovely natural carbonation, while amplifying delicious ﬂavors of peach, pears, and apricot.
Vidal Blanc is a wonderful French/American hybrid that produces extremely aromatic and pleasantly ﬂavored wine. It is delicious, crisp, and pairs well with ham, salads, cheese, and spicy foods. Medium Dry. Fermented and aged in stainless steel.
Skipping Stone is a blend of Cayuga and Vidal Blanc. Very light in color, this wine is aromatic with a bright floral nose. It has delicious fruit flavors and is refreshing on the palate. It is off-dry with a nice balance of fruit and acidity. Skipping Stone is great by itself with cheese and like the Vidal is superb with spicy food.
Our Albariño is a classic take on the Spanish cool-climate varietal, with bright notes of white peach, ginger, and lemongrass. This is an excellent representation of Aquidneck Island’s ability to produce fruit-forward, well balanced wines, which pair perfectly with seafood. Fermented and aged in stainless steel.
Our 2021 vintage is a Ramato-style wine, which is made by allowing the juice to have skin contact prior to fermentation to provide color a normally white wine. Aromatics include guava, passion-fruit, and dried mango, with refreshing flavors of honeysuckle, peach, and apricot. The short grape-skin contact followed by Sur-lees aging lends this wine rich aromatics, with a gently-textured mouthfeel. Fermented and aged in stainless steel.