Our wine tonight is the Harmony Hall from Lu Mil Vineyard in Elizabethtown, North Carolina.
Produced from estate grown Magnolia Muscadine grape.
The Magnolia varietal produces a medium sized bronze colored fruit.
Nose is distinctly muscadine, though not as pungent as most Carlos muscadine wine. The nose further exhibits notes of citrus and pear.
Color of polished gold.
Sweet on the tongue.
Flavor notes of green apple, pear preserves, freshly baked lemon meringue pie, pineapple, tangerine, and grapefruit.
Smooth balanced finish.
This is without any doubt one of the very best muscadine wines that we have ever enjoyed.
WineryEscapades.Com scoring on the American Wine Society twenty point scale.
Appearance 3 Nose 5 Taste 6 Finish 3 Impression 2
Total: 19 Gold Medal Worthy
Harmony Hall stands six miles North of Lu Mil Vineyard. The home of Colonel James Richardson, Revolutionary soldier and patriot. His wife overhearing plans of Cornwallis, quartered there, dispatched information to her husband with Green’s army in South Carolina, this aiding in the defeat of the British and retreat of Cornwallis.