alking about wine can be intimidating (silent "G's" whaaat?!) We want newbies and winoisseurs alike to feel confident when ordering their favorite wine, so we've compiled a basic list of local wines found right here in Missouri and Kansas!
[Pink/Rose Wine] An American grape that produces light, refreshing wines that are sweet and floral. This is used for some Rosé wines.
[Red Wine] A French-American hybrid grape that produces dry to semi- dry wines with earthy flavors and soft tannins.
[White Wine] A hybrid grape that is a cross between Chardonnay and Seyval Blanc grapes. This grape produces a full, dry wine that could taste or oak or citrus fruit.
[Red Wine] America's original dessert wine that has intense fruit flavor with just the right amount of sweetness.
[Red Wine] This wine is genetically the same as Norton and may be bottled as either Cynthiana or Norton. This produces a big, bold wine.
[Red Wine] Missouri's official state grape that produces a bold, dark fruit, spicy flavored wine. This is also known as Cynthiana.
Seyval Blanc (say-vahl- blahnc)
[White Wine] A French-American hybrid grape that produces a medium-bodied, clean, crisp wine the smells like fresh herbs.
[White Wine] A hybrid grape that produces a citrus wine ranging from dry to semi-sweet with a floral nose.
Vidal Blanc (vee-dahl blahnc)
[White Wine] A hybrid grape that produces a crisp, clean wine with apple, lemon, and grapfruit citrus flavors.
[White Wine] A French-American hybrid grape that produces light, fruity wines with floral, citrus, and tropical flavors.