A celebration of the art of farming, The Digger’s Dance represents the beauty that can be found in simple tasks. Aged in French and American oak barrels for 15 months, this smooth, medium-bodied red offers notes of rich red fruits and dark berries, finishing with hints of clove, white pepper, and loam. After a day in the dirt, a glass of this home-grown, hand-crafted red wine reminds us why we do what we do.
Grape Information: The Digger’s Dance is made from Marquette, St.Croix, and Frontenac grapes grown here in our estate vineyards. The Marquette is a distant cousin of the Frontenac grape, and a “grandchild” of Pinot Noir. St.Croix is an Elmer Swenson variety from Wisconsin that we’ve planted here in Vermont and made our own.
Roasted portobellos, grilled pizzas, pasta with a classic bolognese.
- Grape Varietals: Marquette, St.Croix, Frontenac
- Vintage: Non-Vintage
- Harvest Date: N/A
- Bottle Date: 12/17/15
- Oak Profile: French, American