In this rich, velvety decadence, we combine wine made from ripe blueberries and the French hybrid grape Marechal Foch to create a uniquely New England red wine. The touch of blueberry makes this red grape wine a dry yet bold crowd pleaser. It is silky smooth on the palate with berry flavors, floral notes and soft tannins. Perfectly balanced, this wine is neither too sweet nor tart, and is excellent with steak, grilled meats or Italian fare.
Infused with French oak cubes for approximately 3 months.
May be cellared up to 5 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.
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80% Marechal Foch, 20% NH Blueberry
Made with local blueberries and infused with French oak, this wine drinks like a dry, light Merlot in body and style with rich but soft notes of vanilla and fresh fruit (though it is not too sweet). This dinner wine has something for everyone – light, refreshing and full-bodied. This wine pairs well with grilled meats or pasta. Fun fact: this is the first wine ever made by Winemaker Amy LaBelle!
Infused with French oak cubes for approximately 6 months .
May be cellared up to 10 years .