Lucky Shoe - Sweet White
Fool me once - Semi Sweet Blush
Seyval Blanc - Semi Sweet White
*Albariño - Dry White
Dry Riesling - Dry white
Semillon - Off Dry White
X Marks the Spot - Semi Dry Red
*Pinot Noir - Dry Red
*Pinot Noir Black - Dry Red, oak aged
*Pinotage - Semi Dry Red
*Marquette - Dry Red
*Denotes an Estate Wine
A Few good Apples - semi sweet
starring: Michigan apples
Espresso Royale - coffee infused
starring: Lexington Coffee Co.
Clear and Present Cider - semi dry hard cider starring: Michigan hops
The Hunt for Peach October - ginger peach infused hard cider
Cherry Is Not Enough - Cherry orange infused hard cider
Sangria by the glass
Red White and Blue
Raspberry - sweet fruit wine
Pinotage is a South African Red, it's a cross in between Pino Noir and Hermitage varieties. Pinotage has an interesting and difficult history, it has enjoyed peaks of popularity and has also seen great lows. Pinotage has good fruit forward flavors, deep dark color, and good acid backbone. The wine can be made in many styles ranging from a rosé, a nouveau, to a big red intended for cellaring. 3 North plans to make several varieties of wine from our Pinotage grapes, we can’t wait for you to try them.
Albariño is a Spanish white grape variety that is said to be: bright, zesty and crisp. It has notes of fresh grapefruit, pineapple, apricot, and peach. Albariño is quickly gaining popularity in the US and its also flexible and can be made in several styles ranging from sweet to dry. This grape variety has been thought to be a clone of Riesling with distinctive aroma, very similar to that of Viognier and Gewurztraminer.
Pinot Noir is among the most popular wine varieties in the world, and has helped cooler weather regions make their mark on the wine industry. The wines can have a silky smooth texture with flavors of red fruits, and has a light to medium body. It can also be made into several styles depending on the growing conditions. In 2011 3 North Vintage was lightly oaked to let the red fruit flavors standout.