Rhythmic Blend Red

Vintage: 2016

A syncopated rhythm is a delightful surprise to the ear. Syncopation Rhythmic Blend is a delightful surprise to the palate.

  • Chambourcin

    Chambourcin is a French hybrid grape that was first commercialized in 1963. Chambourcin grows well in Missouri’s climate as it is tolerant to heat and humidity. Chambourcin is a full flavored and aromatic grape variety that adds fresh fruit aromas and spicy characteristics to a wine. It makes a balanced wine that pairs nicely with grilled meats, cheeses and pasta.

  • Vignoles

    Vignoles is a French hybrid grape obtained in the 1930's by crossing two grapes, one of which may be Pinot Noir. However DNA testing is still working to identify the mystery behind Vignoles's true origin. It's a grape that's hearty and able to withstand the often difficult growing environment in the mid-west. The grape can make sweet or dry wines and has wonderful citrus fruit and floral aromas. It's a high acid wine, that typically doesn't see oak, so it's crisp and refreshing and is a nice food pair matching with seafood and light cheeses.

  • Traminette

    Traminette is an American hybrid bred at the University of Illinois in 1965. One of Traminette’s parent grapes is Gewurztraminer so the wines typically show some spicy characteristics. The wines can be dry to off-dry, fruity with some spicy characteristics and balanced acidity. Traminette is used on its own or in blends. It pairs well with sushi, salty cheese or grilled chicken.

  • Norton

    "The best red wine of all nations", as it was described in a competition in Vienna in 1873. And yes, it was a Norton from Missouri. It's still going strong today. Norton originally hails from Virginia and is named after a doctor who found it growing around 1820. It is one of the few American vine variety's that is capable of making premium quality wine. Norton is also high in the heart friendly resveratrol antioxidant having twice as much as Cabernet Sauvignon. It makes for a big, bold red with plenty of spice and dark red fruit characteristics. A perfect match with rich foods, grilled meat and pasta.

  • Crimson Cabernet

    Crimson Cabernet is an exciting grape that provides the best qualities of two classic grape varieties. It's a hybrid grape of Cabernet Sauvignon and Norton. Crimson Cabernet combines the elegance and finesse of Bordeaux's most famous grape, Cabernet Sauvignon, and the spice and hardiness of Missouri's Norton grape. The grape was developed and released in the early 2000's and although there isn't a lot of planted acreage currently, It will be on the rise and is considered an up and coming varietal of the future.

Acoustic Blend White

Vintage: 2016

Acoustic music is crisp, clean and clear.  Easy to listen to, easy to enjoy. Syncopation White Acoustic Blend is also crisp, clean and clear.  Easy to drink, easy to enjoy.  This blend is a unique expression of Missouri grapes.  With citrus notes, it’s dry with balanced acid.

  • Vignoles

    Vignoles is a French hybrid grape obtained in the 1930's by crossing two grapes, one of which may be Pinot Noir. However DNA testing is still working to identify the mystery behind Vignoles's true origin. It's a grape that's hearty and able to withstand the often difficult growing environment in the mid-west. The grape can make sweet or dry wines and has wonderful citrus fruit and floral aromas. It's a high acid wine, that typically doesn't see oak, so it's crisp and refreshing and is a nice food pair matching with seafood and light cheeses.

  • Vidal Blanc

    Vidal Blanc is French hybrid sometimes used in the making of Canadian ice wine. It is used for both dry whites and sweeter white wines, as well. It’s a hardy vine that can sustain cold winters. Vidal Blanc has fruity characteristics with balanced acid. It makes a nice wine on its own, or when used as a blend. Vidal Blanc pairs with light cheeses, grilled fish or pasta.

  • Traminette

    Traminette is an American hybrid bred at the University of Illinois in 1965. One of Traminette’s parent grapes is Gewurztraminer so the wines typically show some spicy characteristics. The wines can be dry to off-dry, fruity with some spicy characteristics and balanced acidity. Traminette is used on its own or in blends. It pairs well with sushi, salty cheese or grilled chicken.

  • Valvin Muscat

    Valvin Muscat is an intriguing hybrid grape variety form Cornell University In New York. It's a crossing of Muscat Ottonel from the Loire region of France with a grape called Couderc, which has an interesting link to a Spanish grape used for Sherry. The grape was not released until 2006 and makes a spicy and floral wine with intense aromas. A very suitable grape for blending.

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