‘19 Vignoles, an off-dry wine bursting with tropical fruit flavor, will be available beginning March 19
The time has come for Chaddsford Winery’s popular Spring Wine to transition to a new format. Changing from a blend to single varietal, the new Vignoles will replace its predecessor but continue its legacy as Chaddsford’s first bottling from the prior year’s vintage.
Chaddsford’s 2019 vintage was grown at Bedient Vineyards in New York’s Finger Lake region and picked in September.
Fermented in stainless steel tanks, the finished wine was bottled after 6 months at 13.2% alcohol and 2% residual sugar, classifying it as an off-dry wine.
The wine’s zesty acidity and tropical flavors of ripe pineapple and papaya make it an excellent choice alongside fish tacos and pineapple upside down cake.
Try free samples of the newly-branded, newly-bottled ‘19 Vignoles on Thursday, March 19 at the Winery or Peddler's Village Tasting Room.
To access the full press release about Chaddsford’s ’19 Vignoles, click here.