- Our Wines -
All wines are $20 per bottle
*Local customers can arrange pick up at our vineyard, or in some cases we can deliver directly to you (4 bottle minimum). Please contact us to discuss these options.
*Wine can be shipped in increments of 6 or 12 bottles.
We look forward to sharing the fruits of our labor with you.
This French varietal has similarities to Chardonnay yet is on the drier side with flavors of citrus and peach. Enjoy this refreshing wine with chicken, pork and fish entrees. It’s a great summer picnic sipping wine.
Northeast Spain’s most widely planted varietal, Tempranillo is a well-balanced, fruity red. An elegant wine, it may be enjoyed aged or fresher. Red meats, pasta and tomato-based foods pair well. Our 2015 Gold Medal Running Deer Red is half Tempranillo and half Primitivo.
Running Deer Red Blend
Our blends are some of our favorites - they are fun and interesting to produce. The 2015 is half Sangiovese and half Tempranillo; the 2016 is similar but with 12% Cabernet. We enjoy opening a bottle for special meals.
A light white wine with herbal and fruit notes. This unique-tasting wine pairs well with herbal based sauces, light meats, salty cheeses and Asian dishes. Try it in summer with a fruity dessert.
This full-bodied red containing high tannins and rich flavors partners well with grilled meats, spicy sauces, and other high favored dishes. Try it with North African and Middle Eastern foods. Originally from Bordeaux, France, some say this is the world's most popular wine.
Cabernet Franc is a medium bodied wine in the same lineage as Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. With notes of red berries and spices, it pairs well with any tomato-based dishes and lemon or vinegar-based sauces. Delicious with BBQ.
Primary flavors of cherry and plum together with supple tannins creates this medium to full bodied wine. There is a smokey and chocolatey finish. This wine pairs well with roasted pork and sautéed or roasted mushrooms. Compliment its fruit notes with a green herbal sauce such as pesto or chimichurri.
Italy’s most beloved and widely planted grape. Its flavors vary depending on where it is grown. Sangiovese’s high acidity lends itself well to all Mediterranean and spicy foods. Think tomato-based recipes, basil and oregano, and balsamic vinegar. Pizza anyone?
This varietal hails from the Puglia region of southern Italy … near the heel of the boot. The earthy flavor balances the fruitiness of the grape. It pairs well with all types of Italian fare. Genetically identical to Zinfandel yet distinctive in taste.