Subtle sophisticated scents of strawberry, apricot, and spring flowers blend elegantly with orange flavors. The round and rich texture delivers flavors with excitement and persistence.

Growing Conditions

The grapes mostly come from vineyards on Seneca Lake where the slightly warmer mesoclimate ripens this variety well. Our Seneca vineyard is located in Hector, New
York, in the warmest mesoclimate in the Finger Lakes known as the ‘Banana Belt’. Temperatures here are a few degrees warmer than Keuka thus providing riper fruit notes. Soils on Seneca are characterized by deep honeoye silt loam.


“We began 2021 with a milder winter resulting in fewer buds damaged from the cold. This produced a larger grape crop which is allowing us to get back in stock on many of our wines. The growing season in 2021 was more typical for the region with cooler temperatures and adequate rainfall. The wines from this vintage will have crisp acidity balanced by delicate fruit flavors providing great structure. The Reds and Whites should age well as evidenced by our wine library going back to the 1962 vintage.”
-Frederick Frank



67% Saignée (12 Hour Skin Contact), 33% Direct Press.


Stainless Steel. Temperature Controlled.


Traditional. No Malolactic Fermentation.



Food Pairing

Pair with Charcuterie, White Fish (Grilled, Steamed, Raw, Simply Prepared), Pork (Grilled), Salad, Greens, Shrimp (Raw, Grilled), Sausage (Grilled)