PRE-GRAND OPENING WINE TASTING!
Autumn Sage tasting room is under construction, however, we are currently doing wine tasting at our outdoor events venue Autumn Park. The park has incredible vineyard and mountain views, perfect for hosting Special Celebrations, Weddings, and Corporate Events.
NOVEMBER 2019 EVENTS SCHEDULE:
Please be Safe! Use a designated driver or local transportation service when visiting Autumn Sage, drinking and driving don't mix!
Sagrantino is our Piece De Resistance Italian red wine varietal not widely known outside of the region of Umbria in Central Italy. Autumn Sage is one of the largest producers of Sagrantino grapes in the United States. The grape has high tannic levels and the bouquet is one of dark, brooding red fruits with hints of plum, cinnamon, and earth.
Alvarinho is our Signature white wine. This Portuguese/Spanish white wine varietal is known for its distinctive botanical aroma suggesting apricot and peach. It produces a light wine with high acidity.
Counoise is our Elegant red wine varietal from France. Counoise adds a peppery note and good acidity to blended red wines. This varietal is primarily grown in France's Rhone valley region and one of the grapes allowed into the blend of Chateauneuf-du-Pape Wine.
Cabernet Franc is our Staple red wine lovers varietal from France. Cabernet Franc is one of the major black grape varieties worldwide and is commonly grown for blending. Cabernet Franc is a light pale red wine and lends a peppery perfume to blends. Depending on growing region, additional aromas can include tobacco, raspberry, and violets.
Aglianico is our Adventurous red wine varietal from the southern regions of Italy. Aglianico produces full-bodied with firm tannins and high acidity wines. The trademark coloring of the wine is deep garnet, and it can produce wonderful chocolate and plum aromas.
Malvasia Bianca is a dominant member of the Malvasia family of white grapes, and our Celebration wine. It's used to produce dry, sweet, sparkling and specialty wines. Grown historically in the Mediterranean region, it's widely believed that Malvasia originated in the country of Greece.