Labeling the remaining 2011 Frontenac today! Aged in American oak for 8 months, our Frontenac has a bright acidity on the palate and embodies pepper and oak aromas with a lingering, delicous berry finish... It is a dry red in that it does not have any remaining sugar, to it but doesn't have too much of a "dry mouth-feel" to it because tannin levels are very low. When we released the 2011 vintage we started with 180 cases. The grapes grown for this yummy dry red were harvested from Beyer's Vineyards in Mitchell, IA- Zaniela's outside of Matlock, IA- and Sticks 'n Stones Vineyards in Milford, IA.
Labeling 2011 Frontenac
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Will Kimberley & Ashlee Bahnson-Kimberley