A new single varietal rosé for Corey Creek made entirely from Syrah. Whole cluster pressed, fermented and aged in stainless steel. Refreshing and reminiscent of watermelon, peach, strawberries with a hint of saline minerality.
Whole cluster pressed, fermented and aged in stainless steel. Vibrant pink color with bright acidity and flavors of raspberry and beach plums, and a stony minerality
Bright acidity, with flavors of apple, pear, and citrus. First of this varietal planted on the East Coast, primarily known as Muscadet in France.
A red wine made like a white wine. Flavors of white peach, eucalyptus, nutmeg, and savory herbs define this dry, aromatic stunner.
We crafted this Riesling from a small block that was planted over 30 years ago. Zippy and fresh, with crisp acidity and balanced tension, showing simple flavors of pear and apple.
90 points - Wine Enthusiast
This small lot was given overnight skin contact for a bit of extra character, then pressed the next day and transferred to Amphora for fermentation. Medium bodied with flavors of peach, citrus, and a saline minerality.
Kip Bedell planted the first Gewürztraminer on the North Fork in 1980. We pressed this fruit as whole clusters and cold-soaked it with the skins to extract more aromatics.
This small batch of Malbec was put through carbonic maceration, which is a whole cluster fermentation in a stainless steel tank. Predominantly flavors of berries, dark cherry, coffee and spice.