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Mead is one of the world's oldest alcoholic beverages!Mead is made by fermenting honey with water often accompanied by flavor enhancers like fruits and spices. Mead can be smooth and mellow or pack a punch with ABV's over 20%.
This light and lower alcohol version of Mead, is a refreshing, sweet and fragrant wine made from pure natural wildflower honey. - Winery
RELIVE THE MOMENT:Take a step back in time and enjoy the flavors of this popular Medieval Elixir. Our Mead is made with similar recipes used in Medieval Times. PURE HONEY TASTE:Our Mead is made from fresh honey without the addition of artificial flavorings, concentrates or artificial colorings. The honey for this specialty dessert–style wine is produced in hives throughout the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is composed of a blend of four types of honey: orange blossom, mountain wildflower, sage...
CRISP, FRUITY AND REFRESHING:The flavor of this wine explodes with raspberry and honeysuckle. The wine is a blend of our Mead and a small portion of our Raspberry Wine. Less sweet than our regular Mead, this wine finishes with a lingering crisp raspberry and honeysuckle impression. A blend of honey wine and fruit such as raspberry is known as Melomel. This blend of fruit and honey has been enjoyed for centuries.THE FRUIT:The raspberries for this wine are from Driscoll’s berry growers in the...
45% Blueberry Wine / 55% Honey Mead. Great with Prime Rib, any beef dish, dessert, on its own. - Winery
Contemporary semi-dry, compares to a dryer grape wine without the oak.Pair with chicken, ham, lamb, marinated mushrooms. - Winery3.5% RS
My mead ranges from 15% to 16% ABV. This is well above wine, which typically ranges from 8% to 12%. It is strong!I've been asked many times what my mead tastes like.It can probably be described as a golden, oaked honey port. Even sherry-like. It still has some rawness to it, since I have not read in any of my studies that the Vikings had wine cellars to condition their mead or chemicals that some modern wineries use to stop fermentation.I have had people tell me that their favorite way to...
Created from our own blend of honey, this light-bodied wine is smooth with wonderful tones of honey and beeswax and a lingering honey finish. - Winery
The wine that started our winery! This wine has a wonderful aroma of honey and tones of Niagara grapes and honey with a creamy honey finish. Enjoy either chilled or warmed with mulling spices. - Winery