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This blueberry port-style wine celebrates the winery’s long history of making fine wine from blueberries. It is a deep, complex after-dinner wine that displays rich structure and body. We hand-split 200 lbs. of vanilla beans and soak them in apple brandy for 6 months while the Blueberry wine ferments – then they come together with NH maple syrup for sweetness.
Infused with French oak for approximately 6 months.
May be cellared up to 20 years.
LaBelle’s Red Raspberry is sweet, not cloying or syrupy, with lively acidity to balance the sweetness. This dessert wine is fabulous with chocolate or cheesecake, can be reduced and swirled into homemade ice cream or added to Prosecco for a sparkling cocktail. In cooking, a reduction can coat a variety of meats. Drink at room temperature or slightly chilled.
May be cellared up to 5 years.
Three Kings Port
LaBelle Winery’s Three Kings Port is named for Winemaker Amy LaBelle’s three kings: her husband and two sons (Cesar, Jackson and Lucas). The wine is aptly named, as it blends three of LaBelle’s favorite flavors into one beautiful marriage. A dessert wine made in the port-style and infused with apple brandy, Three Kings is great with desserts or top quality creamy cheeses.
Infused with French oak cubes for approximately 6 months.
May be cellared up to 8 years.
About Marechal Foch: Marechal Foch is a hybrid French red wine grape variety that was developed in Alsace, France. It is used to make a variety of styles of wine, ranging from a light red wine to intense dark “inky” wines, and even sweet Port-like wines. Wines made from Marechal Foch tend to have strong acidity, aromas of black fruits and, in some cases, toasted wheat, mocha, vanilla bean, and musk.