2013 Vintage

2013 Vintage from 65 Vines Winery

By: 65 Vines Winery  01/09/2015
Keywords: Wine

1.) SOLD OUT! - Up A Creek (Grape: Vignoles) (ABV 10.3%) - $15.00(+ tax) A semi-sweet white. Similar to a German Riesling, this has a floral aroma and fruity flavors of pineapple and apricot. We like to pair it with creamy cheeses or cheesecake. 2.)The One That Got Away (Grapes: Frontenac Gris/Brianna)(ABV 14.1%) - $15.00(+ tax) A unique and complex white wine. It reminds us of the one that you just couldn’t reel in and then thought about it for weeks after that last cast. Pairs well with brie and freshly picked strawberries. 3.)SOLD OUT! - Tippy Canoe (Grape: Seyval) (ABV 11.0%) - $15.00(+ tax) A semi-dry, yet fruity wine. It has notes of citrus which lead to a crisp finish. This is the perfect “drinking with friends” wine. We like to compliment it with poultry or Wisconsin cheese curds. 4.)Dry Fly (Grape: Brianna) (ABV 12.0%) - $15.00(+tax) A nicely balanced, semi-sweet, white wine with a fruity nose. It has hints of apricot and peach. We think this is a perfect “Deck Wine.” Served best with raspberries and white cheeses. 5.)Kinni River Red (Grape: Marquette) (ABV 14.2%) - $20.00(+tax) A medium-bodied red table wine aged in oak barrels with hints of cherry. A gem, much like the Kinnickinnic River just down the road that we have named it after. We love this one best (don’t tell the others). It tastes great with smoked gouda or a grilled steak.

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The Present…Initially we may have to source grapes and juice locally (or even regionally) within the U.S., but we will strive to produce quality products in a pleasant environment. The Future…Localvore – drink, eat, and think “locally”. We hope to make our wines a blend of some estate grown vintages and others from locally sourced grapes harvested at our partnering vineyards. While taste is subjective, we encourage people to try the area’s hybrid grape varieties, which are cold weather hardy.