2018 Malbec from Chilean grapes - named Tango. This is a gentle red wine with light acidity and tannins with a soft finish. In your sipping you may taste a hint of black currant, dried cherries, green pepper, and black berries. Pairs well with a good cheddar or blue cheese.
2016 Sauvignon Blanc
2016 Sauvignon BlancWhite Wine
2016 Sauvignon Blanc - California grapes from Lanza Vineyards. Even though these grapes are from California, the wine feels and tastes much more like a French white Bordeaux than a New World Sauvignon Blanc. Nice minerality and acidity, hints of lemon, citrus and honeysuckle, perfect to drink in the summer on its own but structured enough to drink with any kind of food. Alcohol percentage = 12.5%
2018 Shiraz – Passion
2018 Shiraz – PassionRed Wine
2018 Shiraz from South African grapes. Light and fruity on the tongue, full mouth feel with notes of cherry, bell pepper and smoke - named Passion. Pairs well with charcuterie, red meat, or your favorite blue cheese.
Alcohol percentage = 11.8%
2018 Blackberrt Shiraz – Love at First Sip
2018 Blackberrt Shiraz – Love at First SipRed Wine
2018 Shiraz from South Africa blended with Blackberry puree. Lightly sweetened with overtones of tart blackberry, can be enjoyed room temperature or chilled. Named Love at 1st Sip. Alcohol percentage = 14.1%
2016 red dessert wine – Good Night Kiss
2016 red dessert wine – Good Night KissRed Wine Blend
2016 Delightful blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot grapes fermented and aged separately for 18 months then blended and aged in neutral French Oak barrels for an additional 18 months. Combined with the perfect amount of sweetness, this wine is a delicious after dinner drink with a piece of dark chocolate or your favorite strong cheese. Everyone should end their evening with this Good Night Kiss!
Sold in 500ML bottles. Alcohol percentage = 12.1
2018 Pinot Grigio
2018 Pinot GrigioWhite Wine
2018 Pinot Grigio from South African grapes. Soft crisp full mouth feel with hints of citrus, honey dew melon, apple and green grapes. Named Desire. Alcohol Percentage = 12.1%
2016 barrel fermented Chardonnay
2016 barrel fermented ChardonnayWhite Wine
2016 Chardonnay - Barrel fermented 'Sur Lie' and aged in neutral French oak barrels. This wine has undergone malolactic fermentation as well. Has a nice mouthfeel but not overly oaky or buttery like 'new world' Chardonnays. Grapes from Lodi California. Alcohol percentage = 12.8%
2016 Red Blend
2016 Red BlendRed Wine Blend
2016 Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes fermented and aged separately for 18 months then blended and aged in neutral French Oak barrels for an additional 18 months. The blend is 83% Cabernet Sauvignon and 17% Merlot. Alcohol percentage = 12.1%
2016 MerlotRed Wine
2016 Merlot from Harford County, Maryland Grapes. Fermented on skins for over 3 weeks, giving a deep red color and full flavor. This wine will alter your perception of what a Merlot from Maryland can be! Nice fruit, full mouthfeel and a soft tannins on the finish. Alcohol percentage = 12.2%
2016 Cabernet Sauvignon
2016 Cabernet SauvignonRed Wine
2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, grapes from Lanza Vineyards, Suisan Valley in California - Just east of Napa. Aged 18 months in neutral French oak barrels. Hand crafted in the old world style, notes of black cherry, dark currant, leather and oak with full but smooth tannins and a long lingering finish. Alcohol percentage = 12%.
2017 Cabernet Sauvignon
2017 Cabernet SauvignonRed Wine
2017 Cabernet Sauvignon made from grapes from the Suisun Valley in California (small arid valley just east of Napa). 100% Cabernet Sauvignon, aged 18 months in neutral French oak, bottled in May 2019. 14.2% Alcohol by Volume. Great structure and balance, with long, lingering tannins. Drinkable now, or lay down for a few years. Should continue to improve for the next 5 - 8 years.
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Celebration Cellars WineryFox Road, Frederick, MD, USA
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