You’ve been asking for it and we heard you. Heritage Red is the January 2019 Wine of the Month. Century Farm’s all time highest selling wine is now on sale for 3 bottles for $36!
Heritage Red is a very delightfully sweet deep red wine made from the ever-familiar Concord Grape. The native American Concord offers medium acidity and low tannins. The body carries medium weight and a nose that has hints of cherry and spice. Pairs well with chocolate based desserts. Some may add club soda to make a festive bubbly beverage.
The January 2019 Wine Of The Month is not just delicious, it is also award winning. Heritage Red won the 2013 Gold Medal at the Dixie Classic Fair, and the 2010 Gold Medal at Wines of the South.
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The November 2018 Wine of the Month is Salainte, which is a Gaelic term for “Drink to Your Health”, is Century Farm Winery’s Cabernet Sauvignon.
Salainte is a full-bodied wine with noticeable acidity and relatively high tannins. Some may notice a hint of green bell pepper notes, mint or cedar. Others may sense black currant, black cherry or even black olive notes. Due to Salainte’s high acidity and full body, it pairs well with most roasted or braised proteins including; short ribs, duck breast, venison, lamb chops, and meatballs.
November 2018 Wine of the Month
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The October 2018 Wine Of The Month is Velvet Rose´. Velvet Rose´ is a true rose´ as by definition the wine is made from pressing the juice of the red muscadine’s skins and seeds and quickly going to fermentation. With a nice clean body and beautiful pink rose´ color, the Velvet Rose´ is a unique Southern wine.
October Wine Of The Month – Velvet Rose´
Served chilled, it makes a great sweet sipping wine.
The September 2018 Wine Of The Month, Traminette is a cross of the French American hybrid Joannes Seyve and the German Gewürztraminer and was originally developed at the University of Illinois. It is considered by some to be one of the higher quality hybrid grapes. Traminette was found to have excellent wine quality, combined with good productivity, partial resistance to several fungal diseases, and cold hardiness superior to its acclaimed parent, Gewürztraminer while retaining a similar character.
Traminette wines tend to be floral and spicy, and are made in both dry and off-dry styles. It is an easy sipping wine that goes great with pears, apples, nuts, and cheeses. Often paired with seafood and fish entrees as well as grilled pork tenderloins and turkey breasts.
Silver Medal Winner Indy International, 2009 Bronze Medal Winner Wines of the South.
Known as the State Grape of Missouri, Norton is an American native grape that was influential in saving the wine industry in the late 1800s through grafting of European Vitis Vinifera and native vine roots to cease the spread of phylloxera. Also known 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.
Corot Noir is a hybrid grape variety for use in red wine production as either a blend or varietal wine. The hybrid developed by grape breeder Bruce Reisch at Cornell University is a cross between hybrids Deyve Villard and Steuben in 1970.
Corot Noir is void of the typical hybrid red grape aromas and has its own unique aroma consisting of berry and cherry. It is deep red in color and often compared to the French hybrid Chambourcin. It pairs well with roasted leg of lamb, spaghetti Bolognese, and braised meat stews.
Wine of the Month – Vintage Muscat 3 bottles for $33
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, and 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 – just enough sweetness to balance with the acidity. Very fruity on the front end with plenty of citrus on the mid-palate. Very refreshing sipping wine.