We are rolling with Cranberry as the Wine of the Month for February. 3 bottles for 20% off while it lasts.
This great holiday wine is made especially as a table wine for those fabulous Thanksgiving & Christmas dinners. The sharp acidity of this 100% cranberry juice is well balanced by its subtle sweetness. Surprisingly, it pairs well with spicy foods, such as chili, but is especially great with those leftover turkey sandwiches.
Awards – 2010 Silver Medal Wines of the South, 2012 Bronze Medal Wines of the South, 2019 Bronze Medal Wines of the South.
January Wine of the Month is Blueberry Wine – Buy 3 or more bottles and get 20% off your purchase
What better way to keep the goodness flowing after the holidays than a 3-pack of Century Farm Winery’s Blueberry Wine. A sweet fruit wine made from luscious blueberries. A delicious wine that can be enjoyed by itself or as a delightful dessert wine.
Known as the State Grape of Missouri and often referred to as the Cabernet of the Ozarks. Norton is an American native grape that was influential in saving the wine industry in the late 1800’s through grafting of European vitis vinifera and native vine roots to cease the spread of Phylloxera. Also know by some as Cynthiana, the Norton/Cynthiana wines have gained recognition, not only in America, but throughout Europe.
Norton is comprised of high acid, light tannins and lower balanced alcohol. Younger vines produce concentrated flavors of blackberries, black cherries, chocolate and vanilla while older vines may appear spicy with earthy aromas. Aged in our American oak barrels, you may detect a bit of oak in the nose and palate. Due to the high acidity Norton is a good match for anything rich such as steaks, creamy sauces, cheeses and barbecued meats.
Awards – 2014 Bronze Medal Indy International, 2013 Bronze Dixie Classic Fair, 2008 & 2009 Bronze Medal Winner Wines of the South, 2011 Silver Medal Winner Wines of the South
Wine Of The Month Special: Strawberry Wine – 3 bottles for $39*
The June 2019 Wine Of The Month is Strawberry Wine. Strawberry Wine, is a springtime favorite in the South as well as all around the world. This wine has just the right amount of sweetness but not too much to overpower the taste of strawberry. It makes a delightful afternoon sipping wine on hot days. Best served chilled and goes well with dark chocolate and cheesecake.
*Wine of the Month offer is only valid when purchased at the winery.
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Estate Grown Red Muscadine – 3 bottles for $33, saves $3 per bottle*
Native to the southeastern and south-central United States from Florida to North Carolina, west to eastern Texas and Oklahoma. Muscadines have been extensively cultivated since the 16th century. The plants are well adapted to their native warm and humid climate; they need fewer chilling hours than better known varieties and they thrive on the summer heat.
A slightly sweet deep red wine made from the
black muscadine. Another southern favorite, where these grapes grow even in the
wild. Muscadine Wine should be named Memory Lane since so many folk remember
their parents and grand-parents making this wine in a crock. Serve chilled.
Awards – 2014 Indy International Gold Medal and Best of Class Winner, 2009 Silver Medal Wines of the South, 2011 Bronze Medal Wines of the South
*Wine Of The Month Deal only available on purchases made at the Winery.
April 2019 Wine Of The Month – Vintage Muscat – 3 bottles for $30, save $3 per bottle
The April 2019 Wine Of The Month is Vintage Muscat wine. Available in our tasting room for $10 a bottle when you by 3 bottles.
The Muscat family of grapes include over 200 grape varieties. Belonging to the Vitis vinifera species that have been used in wine production and as raisin and table grapes around the globe for many centuries. Their colors range from white to yellow, to pink to near black. Muscat grapes and wines almost always have a pronounced sweet floral aroma. The breadth and number of varieties of muscat suggest that it is perhaps the oldest domesticated grape variety. There are theories that most families within the Vitis vinifera grape variety are descended from the Muscat variety. Some familiar Muscat wines from around the globe are the sparkling Muscato Asti (Italy), Liqueur Muscat (France), fortified Moscatels (Spain) and the ever-popular Muscato (Americas).
Vintage Muscat is Century Farm’s version of the Muscato except that it is not overly sweet. The April 2019 Wine Of The Month has just enough sweetness to balance with the acidity. Very fruity on the front end with plenty of citrus on the mid-palate. A crisp, refreshing sipping wine.
** Discount applies to purchases made in the Tasting Room.**
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