A smooth, spiced, white wine that shocks you with cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg, this pumpkin spice wine hails from the the west coast of all places. While this wine is also grown on the vine you won’t be finding any grapes in this drink. Instead ripe orange pumpkins are the backbone of this delicious wine. California Fruit Wine Company has devoted themselves to making the unconventional conventional.
Another wonderful wine by our friends at the California Fruit, this wine is made with pomegranate, and is red as ruby and considered off-dry. Excellent as a refreshing drink this is a wine that will make you wonder what other delicious drinks may be found hanging off your fruit trees.
Almond, notes from an apple tree in full bloom, each enhancing the rich taste of plum in this wine. Our friends at Gekkeikan are no strangers to making wonderful wines and for this one they have chosen the popular plum. Served chilled over ice this drink has a finish rounded out with honey that feels straight out of the orchard.
This wine tastes like a young red, but is rich and full-bodied. The taste is considered semi-sweet. Elderberry wine is far healthier than grape wine, containing far more antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients. Great tasting and healthy, one combination that makes us more than happy to raise a glass!
The Boyden Valley Winery produces many great wines, and in the state of Vermont rhubarb wine is a tradition. It goes excellent with Thai and spicy foods, it is a slightly dry wine that finishes excellently. While rhubarb is no fruit its often prepared in the kitchen like one, which oddly enough often puts this wine in the fruit section as well.