French Hybrids & Hospitality

Chambourcin, Vidal Blanc, Traminette, Cayuga White, and Sabrevois

In July, 2009, we planted approximately 4 acres of grapes and produced the first harvest in 2011.   One of the varietals planted in 2009 was Viognier, which has been replaced by Sabrevois in 2014 due to the lack of production.  A second planting occurred in 2011 of ¾ acre.  The following two years provided for plantings of 2.5 acres and 3.5 acres, respectively.  This brings our total acreage to 10.75 acres.  This land can produce up to 50 tons of fruit when all vines are fully mature.  We also have used a consultant who was educated in France and is the wine maker at a large winery in the area.

Only licensed Service Dogs are allowed in the tasting room.