We produce award-winning wines from our own grapes and fruit harvested in Hadley, Massachusetts, a farm community in the Pioneer Valley. The red and white French-American hybrid grape varietals that we grow make for great everyday wines. Our small size allows us to attend to the finest details, resulting in wines that we love to produce and you'll love to enjoy.
Pear aromas with hints of tropical fruit. This hardy French hybrid grape was developed at Cornell University. If you like dry Riesling, you’ll love this! Medal winner - 2013 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Our Traminette features a floral garden of aromas and spicy fresh fruit flavors. You'll find that it develops lovely honey and apricot character over time.
Our Hampshire White is made in an off-dry style and features a fruit forward blend of our best white grapes, including Seyval, Cayuga and Chardonel, that brings out the best of each varietal.
Corot Noir is one of the great, newer red hybrid grapes developed by Cornell University - ruby color with berry and cherry flavors and aromas.
This grape variety is so new, we weren’t allowed to put it on the label. We're the first in Massachusetts to be growing the Petite Pearl grape. Ripe cherries and strawberries with a touch of pepper. Soft tannins, and the dark garnet color make this a wonderful choice.
A medium-bodied blend of some of our favorite cold climate grapes, including Marechal Foch, Leon Millot and Marquette. This rustic red has a rich ruby color, spicy taste and wonderful black cherry finish.
A decadent peach ice wine! Like biting into a ripe, juicy late summer peach right out of a sun-drenched orchard. Try this with a pear tart.
Like drinking liquid raspberries! Intensely perfumed nose of raspberry jam with a rich full-bodied texture. A special dessert wine served with chocolate or enjoyed as an after dinner treat on its own.