We find that grapes coming from carefully-managed vineyards rarely need much coaxing from the winemaker. As the fruit develops each season, we begin to see its potential and believe that our role in the winery is to guide them to become the best version of themselves as a wine. This means that sometimes we take a hands-off approach to winemaking, while other times we need to set a few rules and boundaries. In any case, there is much care, love, and sacrifice that goes into every bottle of wine we produce.


Riesling 'Beautiful Little Fool' 

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We fully embrace botrytis ('noble rot') in our fruit, believing that this characteristic is part of the unique terroir of the Finger Lakes. Sometimes we think we may be foolish to do so, but when the wines turn out this luscious it's hard to resist the challenge.

'Beautiful Little Fool' is a rich, full-bodied style of Riesling.

Riesling 'Nostalgie'


Certain vineyard sites and especially certain vintages give us Riesling with the steeliness and racy acidity that true Riesling fiends adore. Bone dry with a salivating sharpness, this is a wine that begs to be enjoyed with food.  

If you're a fan of the austerity found in Muscadet, this is a wine for you.  

Non-vintage Blanc de Blanc

100% Chardonnay. Produced in the traditional method. Coming Soon.