OFFICIAL INTRODUCTION – SEYVAL – VINTAGE 2013
Great news, everyone!! Our new Seyval is officially out now and is available to our customers this week at the tasting room. Here is what our winemaker says about this fine new white wine she has crafted with loving care:
“Our new Seyval is dry, smooth and rounded with a medium body, notes of citrus, and a lingering, mineral finish.”
Think of this wine in the same context as you would a fine California chardonnay. It is light and refreshing, and is delightful on its own or when paired with fish, chicken, creamy dishes and fruits. You will love it, and be impressed with what we can do at our winery with Greene County, Ohio locally grown and fermented grapes which we harvested from our vineyard.
HOLIDAYS ARE HERE – GREAT GIFT IDEAS!!
Have you thought yet about what you want to give this holiday season to friends, work colleagues and relatives? Well, here is a perfect, reasonably priced idea: Why not give a gift box of fine, award winning Caesar Creek wines?
Just call our winemaker Tricia or our sales manager Chad, and they will be happy to help you put together a special selection of 2 or 3 wines, or mixed case if you prefer, in lovely handy holiday packaging.
The Tasting Room will be open this coming weekend Friday and Saturday from 2pm until 7:30 pm.
GREAT NEW CHARDONEL
Try our great new Chardonel. The 2012 vintage has been sold out for months but our Chardonel is now back and introduced as a 2013 vintage. To jog your memory, here is what the 2012 vintage label looked like.
GLUWEIN IS BACK
Our hot, tasty German GluWein is back again for the winter season and will help celebrate cold weather while warming you down to your very toes! It is truly a great, German style tradition many of our friends from WPAFB know and request. If you are not sure about Gluwein, think hot Sangria, and you will know what GluWein is like!
“MISS PETUNIA PIE”
Our “Miss Petunia Pie” won the coveted Ohio Quality Wine award in August. The “OQW” award puts this wine in the top class of wines made in Ohio. If you are looking for something special with or for desert which is priced very reasonably and is like the much more expensive ice wines sold by others, please stop in and try “Miss Petunia Pie.”
If you are lucky, you may also get to see celebrity dog Missie in real life. She is on the label and is the wine’s namesake. So far, we have won 10 OQW awards since we opened in early 2013!
BOTTLE AND CASE SALE HOURS:
Available at the winery every Monday thru Saturday this Fall. Our staff is frequently working in the vineyard or winery, and may not be in the tasting room when you arrive. So, please call ahead to our winemaker Tricia at (937) 479-4278 to let her know you are on your way for bottle or case sales. She will be happy to assist you.
Sundays – We are not open on Sundays for wine sales.
PAINT YOUR OWN WINE GLASS – NOW AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT!
When: E-mail Tricia at the Tasting Room email@example.com for a special appointment!
Cost: $30, includes one glass and one bottle of wine (your choice!). Additional glasses: $5
Glasses and painting supplies will be provided. Just bring your creative mind, enjoy a glass of wine, and have fun!
Special wine tastings and parties are available at the tasting room Monday – Saturday by appointment. Please call Chad at (937) 768-1140. We really enjoy putting together special events for customers any time, such as fund-raisers, retirement and birthday parties, car shows, bridal showers, fun runs, etc., and would like to accommodate your interests.
HIGH QUALITY ESTATE WINES
Our core goal is to produce excellent wines from Ohio grapes which customers find pleasing and enjoyable. We pride ourselves in making “estate wines.” This means that the wines from our 2012 vintage are made on site from grapes grown in our vineyard, fermented, bottled, labeled, and aged in our winery, and sold in our tasting room. This is unusual for an Ohio winery, but it is our objective to be true to the finest winery traditions of France and California where the winemaker knows and loves her land and vines, and makes the best possible wine she can from them.