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    Meetinghouse Red

    $17.50
    Marquette is a hybrid grape (the cousin of Frontenac and Grandson of Pinot Noir). This locally grown grape produces a medium bodied wine with aroma of Cherries, Blackcurrants and Blackberries. It's an easy drink and pairs very well with Cheeseburgers, Sausages and Chili.
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    A dessert wine made from a blend of cranberries, blueberries, raspberries and black current. With a plump aroma and impressive berry explosion aftertaste, this wine should be sipped slowly and enjoyed with your favorite dessert.

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    Port — Our red Port is made with a Zinfandel wine base which is fermented and pressed with Cabernet Sauvignon raisins. The wine is then fortified with blackberry brandy distilled from our own blackberry wine. It’s a rich, heavy and sweet wine perfect as an aperitif with cheese, nuts or chocolate or after meals with dessert.
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    Port Our white port is made from our sweet Pinot Grigio wine fortified with peach brandy. This crisp and fruity white port makes an excellent basis for a cocktail (such as the traditional Porto Region drink White Port and tonic water) or served chilled on its own.
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    Pilgrim Red

    $18.89

    Merlot — This medium bodied wine has lush, velvety tannins with intense plum and blackberry fruit notes, topped off by vegetable and earthy flavors of pepper, fennel and mushroom. Pairs well with grilled and charred meats, mushroom based dishes and medium bodied cheeses.

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    Pilgrim White

    $15.39
    Unoaked Chardonnay — This unoaked Chardonnay is crisp and fruity with none of the buttery or vanilla characteristics of its close cousin, oaked Chardonnay. With fruit forward flavors of green apple, lemon, pineapple and a long tingly finish of baked pear and fig, it’s the perfect wine for a summer evening! Pairs well with fish, chicken and smoked duck.
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    Plantation Red

    $18.89

    Burgundy Blend 60% Pinot Noir/40% Gamay — This well balanced red wine is 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Gamay. It has medium low tannins with subtle undertones of cranberry, cherry, vanilla and licorice. When it comes to pairing this wine with food, we like to refer to it as the “Catch All Wine” it is light enough for salmon but complex enough to hold up to some richer meats including duck.

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    Plantation White

    $15.39
    Sauvignon Blanc or Wild White — This crisp, elegant and fresh white wine does not benefit from ageing, so drink away! With its tropical undertones of citrus, green apple, kiwi and passion fruit and nose aromas of bell pepper, basil and lemongrass, it’s the perfect wine to pair with fish, goat cheese and Sushi.
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    Catawba — Made from Catawba grapes from the Finger Lakes region; this rosé was created to celebrate and commemorate the Pilgrims’ voyage to this land 400 years ago. Catawba grape is a native cold climate grape with notes of melon, sweet cherry, strawberry and pink grapefruit. This semi-sweet blush goes great with brunch or stands alone for casual sipping. Pairs well with pepperoni pizza!
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    Plymouth Rock Red

    $23.09

    Italian Red Blend – 45% Barbera/35% Sangiovese/15% Montepuciano/5% Cab. Sav. — This blend results in a wine that is structured and complex, worthy of cellaring. With a deep ruby color and bouquet of plums and blueberries it evolves to iris and violets with a full, firm and elegant finish on the palate. Pairs well with red meats, fatty fish and medium to heavy soft cheeses.

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    Plymouth Rock White

    $15.39
    Pinot Grigio — This zesty white wine is as refreshing as a cold glass of lemonade on a hot summer’s day. Pinot Grigio (AKA Pinot Gris) is a dry white wine that has a punchy acidity with flavors of lemons, limes, grapefruit, green apple, and honeysuckle. Pinot Gris is a mutation of the red grape Pinot Noir and its skin is not green like most white varietals but instead is a greyish blue, which is what gives the grape its name. Pairs well with light fish dishes, antipasto, light pasta sauces, risotto, and fish.
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    A sweet dessert wine similar to a liquor; this wine is made from 100% raspberries. A Gold Medal winner, Raspberry Wine is an excellent addition to Champagne instead of kirsch. Try serving as an aperitif with cheese and crackers or with chocolate.

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    Red Queen

    $20.29
    Malbec — This American-grown Malbec is a full bodied dry red wine with plenty of acidity and tannins. With hints of ripe plum, cherry and blackberry, it pairs well with red meats, chili, stews, mushrooms, sausage and barbecue.
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    Sachem Red

    $18.89
    Petite Verdot — Used mostly as a blending grape, it is a very bold, full bodied red wine with high tannins and ethereal aromas of plum, lilac, violet and sage with a gravel-like minerality. A wine not for the faint of heart it pairs well with gamier meats such as lamb and Venison and cheeses like pecorino, smoked gouda and aged gruyere..
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    Sinister Sally

    $20.29
    Pinot Noir — Medium bodied dry red with dominate flavors of strawberry, cherry, raspberry and blackberry with more subtle hints of earth driven flavors like mushroom, leather and warm spice. Pairs well with pork and poultry, beef, bacon, fish, lamb, wild game and even chocolate.
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    Siren’s Song

    $18.89
    Vidal Blanc — A local cold climate grape, Vidal Blanc produces a fruity wine with notes of grapefruit and pineapple. A full-bodied white with noticeable acidity, it can be a good alternative to Chardonnay. Pairs well with scallops, crab, salmon, tuna, poultry or a sweet fruit platter.
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    Wampanoag Red

    $18.89

    Sangiovese — This lightly oaked Italian varietal has fresh fruity flavors of sour red cherry and strawberry with earthy aromas and notes of tea leaves and mild spiciness. This wine is classically paired with tomato-based Italian cuisine such as pasta and pizza.

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    Wampanoag White

    $15.39
    Chenin Blanc — It’s hard not to love Chenin Blanc. It‘s versatile in style and has the ability to adapt to a wide variety of tastes. This Chenin Blanc has been fermented dry which brings out flavors of passion fruit, apple, pear, quince, and peach. For food pairings think sweet & sour because of this grape’s awesome acidity and inherently balanced flavor you’ll find it pairs well with a huge variety of foods such as turkey, veal, and fish. Cheeses that would go well with this wine are brie, gruyere, cheddar, and herbed goat cheese.
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