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LaBelle Winery Rosé, a dry, classic blend of the red grapes Grenache and Syrah, exhibits aromas of watermelon, florals, and strawberries. On the palate expect refined elegance and acidity that will compliment many poultry or seafood dishes, salad courses, or is perfect for sipping on its own before dinner. Enjoy chilled.
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Our Chardonnay finds balance in both body and style. Winemaker Amy LaBelle blends the traditional Chardonnay grape with the cold-hardy Vidal Blanc; creating a wine true to our New England fruit. LaBelle Chardonnay is not over-oaked, aging only briefly in French Oak. Malolactic fermentation, a secondary fermentation that converts malic acid to lactic acid, lends a buttery nose, while crisp acidity and floral tones are demonstrated due largely to the addition of the Vidal Blanc. This blend is a wonderful complement to any poultry or seafood dish.
A beautiful marriage of our gold medal award winning wines Seyval Blanc & Red Raspberry, Corazon is a unique, blush wine that is versatile enough to enjoy on its own or with a meal. An off-dry wine, Corazon is excellent with poultry or seafood, and, of course, during all romantic occasions… We recommend drinking this by candlelight! Compare this wine to a dry, French Rosé.
Can be bottle-aged up to 5 years.
About Seyval Blanc: Seyval Blanc is a French hybrid grape that ripens early and thrives in cooler climates. It is planted in England, Canada, and the northeastern United States. The grape produces crisp white wines with citrus notes.
Our limited release LaBelle Winery Americus Winemaker’s Reserve is a deeply layered and voluptuous result of Amy LaBelle’s French barrel experiment. Eager to delve into true barrel aging, the barrel program began in 2014. The results were even more beautiful than she imagined. In this wine, barrel aging adds complexity, mouthfeel and bigger tannin flavor to our already-loved Americus, creating this premium red wine, which boasts lots of pepper on the palate and rich red fruits. Enjoy with boldly flavored meals and especially
steaks on the grill, or age to see how this gorgeous wine develops.
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.
Amy LaBelle made this elegant rich and dry wine from Washington State grapes, where Malbec grapes thrive. LaBelle Malbec, with its deep purple color, is spicy and bold on the palate with a lush and balanced finish. Boasting aromas of violets, dark plums, tobacco and earth tones this wine will please wine connoisseurs who enjoy full-bodied red wines. Aged in French Oak, you’ll enjoy the soft tannins and balanced acidity of this wine. Serve this wine with bold dishes, especially tomato-based dishes, and grilled meats.
Our Dry Riesling is made in the Alsatian style, yielding a dry and crisp wine that will compliment many foods. This aromatic white wine entices with delicate stone fruit and mineral nuances. Parting the traditional mineralogy pot the Riesling grape, this versatile wine pairs well with a variety of dishes but really shines with Asian cuisine and seafood.
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 .
Petit Verdot is typically a blending grape used in Bordeaux-style wines, but 2016 Petit Verdot grapes so gorgeous that I couldn’t bear to blend this wine with others. Instead, I decided to age and bottle Petit Verdot on its own. This bold red dry wine expresses strong floral and fruit tones, in particular, violet, leather and a deep tannin structure and leaves a velvety, lingering finish. LaBelle Petit Verdot pairs perfectly with grilled beef, and is also surprisingly good with dark chocolate. Serve just below room temperature.