Nathan Kendall » Wines
2017 Dry Riesling | $24.95
The fruit for this cuvée is sourced from three vineyards on Seneca Lake. The vines range from 20-40 years old in age. Naturally fermented in a combination of neutral French oak and stainless steel. The wines are then aged on the gross lees until bottling the following summer.
2016 Dry Riesling | $27.95
The fruit for this wine was sourced from a west side Seneca Lake Vineyard. The vines are 20 years old and are on silt loam soil. Naturally fermented in stainless steel. This particular bottling in harvested riper than the green label and receives additional lees aging in order to craft a more opulent style.
2017 Chardonnay | $32.95
Sourced from two vineyards on Seneca Lake. The vine age of the two sites is over 40 old. One site is on silt loam while the other is on shale stone. Naturally fermented and aged in neutral French oak barrels. Aged on the gross lees for a full year. The vine age as well as style of winemaking helps to create a richer, more textured wine.
2017 Pinot noir Rosé | $19.95
The fruit was sourced from all Seneca Lake vineyards. The soil is predominantly made up of silt loam. At least 10 separate clones of Pinot were used to create this wine. Direct pressed and fermented/aged in neutral French oak. This atypical rosé is more savory than fruit forward, and exhibits a great deal of texture.
2017 Pinot noir | $32.95
The fruit for this blend is sourced from Seneca Lake vineyards. The soils from the sites range from silt loam to shale stone. Partial whole cluster fermentation helps this wine maintain a more fruit forward profile, as well as delicacy and freshness. Aged for one year in neutral French oak barrels.
*Library Wines available for purchase
2012, 2013, 2015 Pinot noir $44.95 (each)
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 Dry Riesling $34.95 (each)