While many of their wines are not yet made with local grapes - they do a good job with the juice they get, and I do understand that when you're starting out, you start with what you know. This fairly young winery definitely has a lot of potential. Later this year they will be bottling their first vintage of Chambourcin (their estate grapes from their 5-year-old vines), and they do try to use or blend with grapes from a neighboring winery. I'm looking forward to returning in another year or three, especially if they discover more east-coast and especially mid-Atlantic sources for their other varietal grape needs. But even in the mean time, if you happen to be passing through, it's worth popping-in here.
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