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This refreshing wine is the perfect balance of light sweetness and tart cranberry. Made from 100% New England cranberries, this wine’s brilliant red color and bright flavor entice, while the flavor compliments a wide variety of food pairings. Especially good with traditional holiday meals, this easy to drink wine is wonderful at all friendly gatherings served by itself, slightly chilled or as a spritzer. See our website’s recipe section to make a delightful and refreshing Cranberry Cosmo martini.
Can be bottle-aged up to 5 years .
Winemaker Amy LaBelle performed her style of “Alchemy” blending Baco Noir, Noiret and Corot Noir to create this easy red dinner wine full of fruit, spice and woodland notes that is neither too light nor too heavy. At 1% residual sugar, Red Alchemy is a crowd-pleasing wine delicious with poultry or beef dishes, and wonderful with salmon. Noiret is one of Amy’s favorite grapes to work with and LaBelle Winery grows Noiret in the Pedroso Vineyard, which you pass on your left as you drive into the winery.
The summer harvest culminates in an explosion of juicy, ripe peaches. We celebrate that spirit by gently fermenting peaches picked at their peak to bring you this delicate, perfumed dessert wine, replete with floral & honey notes. Infused with apple brandy in the port-style, this wine is best served slightly chilled after a meal, with dessert or a cheese course.
Can be bottle-aged up to 7 years.
This wine is not sweet… it’s like a dry, light Merlot in body and style with rich but soft notes of vanilla and fresh fruit. Made with 100% New Hampshire wild blueberries and aged in French oak, this light dinner wine has something for everyone. LaBelle Winery Blueberry Wine is light and refreshing for spring and summer, yet full bodied enough to accompany pork, turkey, chicken, pasta and even grilled meats. This is the first wine ever made by winemaker Amy LaBelle!
Infused with French oak up to 5 months .
Can be bottle-aged up to 10 years .
LaBelle Riesling is a semi-sweet, aromatic white wine with apple, peach & pear notes as you first raise the glass. On your palate, this wine is complex – adding floral and honey overtones – alongside citrus nuances and a delicate minerality. That’s why this wine is great with a variety of food pairings ranging from appetizers to desserts. It is so flexible that it compliments most meals – a nice easy choice! Especially great with poultry or seafood.
Can be bottle-aged up to 5 years.
The next time you enjoy a pear, close your eyes and focus on the extraordinary flavors & aromas of this everyday fruit. “I have always wanted to make a pear wine,” says winemaker Amy LaBelle, “to capture & transform these characteristics into a gorgeous dinner wine.” The humble pear expresses itself with elegance and a crisp acidity in this dry, fragrant table wine filled with soft fruit & floral tones. Enjoy LaBelle Dry Pear wine with salads, seafood, or chicken dishes, or with a beautiful cheese course. This wine also makes an excellent aperitif.
Apples and maple syrup are popular co-stars in the New England food basket. In this specialty wine we add a touch of locally produced maple syrup to our fresh apple wine made from select, slow-fermented New Hampshire apples. With just the hint of maple, this smooth and easy-to-drink wine pairs perfectly with ham or pork or is excellent after dinner with a cheese course – especially cheddar! Serve this delicacy at room temperature or slightly chilled.
Can be bottle-aged up to 5 years.
Created at the request of customers, LaBelle’s Sweet Blueberry will envelope your palate in rich, deep flavors of blueberry without being too sweet or cloying. Full-bodied and rich, this wine pairs well with appetizers like olives and roasted peppers, quality mild cheeses and dessert dishes. Excellent on its own as dessert and wonderful reduced as a compliment to grilled beef. A portion of this wine’s proceeds will be donated to ALS research in honor of the wine’s namesake, Virginia Mae Procon Fois.
Infused with French oak up to 5 months.
Can be bottle-aged up to 10 years.