Wines Available in our Tasting Room!
- Briedé Family Vineyards Verde
- Briedé Family Vineyards Arandell
- Ayala Brut Majeur
- Ayala Rosé Majeur Brut
- Ayala Rosé No 8
- Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve
- Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé
- Mimi En Provence Grande Reserve Rosé
- Poilvert Jacques Brut
- Paul Clouet Grand Cru Brut
- First Press Blood Orange Rosé
- First Press Ruby Red Rosé
- First Press Red Delicious Rosé
100% Estate Organically Grown Cayuga
Clean, crisp, refreshing green apple with a slight effervescence. A young white wine with a low alcohol content.
100% Estate Organically Grown Arandell
40% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier
Delicate champagne unveiling notes of citrus, flowers and white fruits with abundant, fine bubbles.
51% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir, 9% Pinot Meunier
Champagne with aromas of red berries and peaches. Light yet expressive, great freshness with a lengthy and voluptuous finish.
51% Chardonnay, 49% Pinot Noir
A refined champagne from 2008, notes of red berries and pear, showing minerality through chalk and graphite notes.
30% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir, 40% Pinot Meunier
Champagne with fine bubbles which rise slowly and a persistent mousse. Full fruit, but clean in the mouth.
40% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir, 30% Pinot Meunier
Light, elegant flavored champagne followed by a fresh finish with a taste of raspberry and citrus fruits.
Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah
Light peony pink with red berries and fresh ripe peaches. Well balanced with a light yet long finish.
50% Pinot Noir, 50% Pinot Meunier
Absent of chardonnay grapes, Toasty champagne with bright acidity followed by notes of ripe youthful apple and pear fruit.
20% Chardonnay, 80% Pinot Noir
Fine bubbles with delicate yeast on the nose, a great balanced Grand Cru champagne with floral and fresh stone fruit notes.
Semi-sweet French sparkling rosé blended with blood orange.
Semi-sweet French sparkling rosé blended with grapefruit.
Semi-sweet French sparkling rosé blended with apple.
At the Briede Family Vineyards
We love flowers. Lots of them.
Not only are they beautiful to look at, but they serve as a very important part of our ecosystem. They are food and protection for our resident “good” bugs.
When the vineyard is free from bad bugs, the good bugs move on in search of food. So, we have created a lovely home filled with pollen (food) and shelter called an insectary to attract the types of bugs we need to keep around. During the spring and summer months, it becomes a place where the birds swoop down and eat their fill. I can’t help but tell myself that this too shall pass.