Can’t choose? You don’t have to!
How do you choose from wines like Summer Vacation, Recess or being the Teachers Pet? Or maybe you are feeling naughty and want to try Detention. Try a tasting, so you can sample all seven varieties. Three red wines and three white wines along with a rosé. Ask us what foods our wine pairs best with!
We also have beer.
The 1897 wine is our signature red wine made from the Marquette grape. This wine is complex, with attractive ruby color, pronounced tannins, and desirable notes of cherry, berry, black pepper, and spice on both nose and palate. As a red wine, Marquette represents a new standard in cold hardy viticulture and enology. The 1897 wine pairs beautifully with lamb, roast duck, and NY Strip Steak
Homework is a semi-dry red wine made from the Frontenac grape. The Frontenac grape is pressed immediately upon picking and creates a bold red wine. This wine pairs well with anything from chocolate to cheessecake as well tomato based pasta dishes, pizza and almost any meat.
The Three R’s (reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic) is a bold wine made from the Frontenac Grape. Introduced in 1995, Frontenac is the first in a series of new wine grape varieties developed by the University of Minnesota for Upper Midwest conditions. The Three R’s pairs well with pizza, burgers, picnic or any happy occasion.
Summer Vacation is a rose’ wine made from the Frontenac Gris grape. The resulting wine is clean, crisp, and fresh with hints of pear, lemon peel and star fruit. Summer Vacation is great on it’s own or paired with lightly seasoned seafood and light cheeses.
Teacher’s Pet is a flavorful white wine created from the Seyval grape. The Seyval grapes are lighter in style, with notes of grapefruit, green apple, hay and melon. Teacher’s Pet is a wine that is both elegant and appealing. Best paired with fish and other types of seafood, chicken, and salads
Recess is a dry white wine made from the Brianna grape. The cold hardy Brianna grape creates a delicious wine with a light pineapple nose and fruity disposition. Recess pairs well with lighter meats such as turkey, chicken or ham as well as crab and shrimp.
Detention is made from the Le Crescent grape. Detention is delicious on its own or paired with fried calamari, grilled halibut, salmon, walleye or trout, it also pairs perfectly with mild and semi-hard cheeses.