A bottle of Seyval by the window

Seyval was developed in Europe in the mid-20th century. Due to strict laws governing what grapes can be grown, it is not widely planted there and did not become popular until it was introduced to the cooler climate growing regions of the US and Canada.The grapes are suitable to produce austere Chardonnay-style wines or crisper more fruit forward ones more similar to Sauvignon Blanc.

Our 2017 Seyval is grown in Ashland County in partnership with Katotawa Farms. It has the characteristic varietal character: wonderful aromas of grapefruit and citrus peel with flavors of lychee and melon. The wine is medium bodied with a crisp but lasting finish and notes of minerality.


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Medium Dry
12.5% ABV