Sir Walter Raleigh- Lu Mil Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the Sir Walter Raleigh from Lu Mil Vineyard in Dublin, North Carolina.

Cold fermented of Noble Muscadine varietal.

Light ruby in color.

Nose of bing cherries, raspberries, cantaloupe, and vanilla.

Sweet on the tongue.

Flavor notes of fresh baked cherry pie, cinnamon, vanilla, and finishing with strong hints of mint. Flavors really pop when held under the tongue for a few seconds.

10.5 % ABV

$12 per bottle.

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Rockin’ Red – Rocky River Vineyards

Our wine tonight is the Rockin’ Red from Rocky River Vineyards in Midland, North Carolina.

100% Noble Muscadine.

Dark ruby in color.

Nose of over ripe cherries, cranberries, and a woody, musky scent.

Sweet red wine. Best served slightly chilled.

Complex flavor notes of blackberries, cranberries, blueberries, over ripe plantain, bruised apples, rubber cement, huckleberries, and black licorice.

12% ABV

Muscadine is a species of grape called Vitis rotundifolia which is native to the Southeastern United States.

Muscadine, especially reds, are often called super fruit, offering bountiful health benefits.

Muscadine vibes often grow wild, especially in the Southeastern United States.

Rockin’ Red – Rocky River Vineyards

Our wine tonight is the Rockin’ Red from Rocky River Vineyards in Midland, North Carolina.

100% Noble Muscadine.

Dark ruby in color.

Nose of over ripe cherries, cranberries, and a woody, musky scent.

Sweet red wine. Best served slightly chilled.

Complex flavor notes of blackberries, cranberries, blueberries, over ripe plantain, bruised apples, rubber cement, huckleberries, and black licorice.

12% ABV

Muscadine is a species of grape called Vitis rotundifolia which is native to the Southeastern United States.

Muscadine, especially reds, are often called super fruit, offering bountiful health benefits.

Muscadine vines often grow wild, especially in the Southeastern United States.

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