Very aromatic with blackberry, bramble, ceder, chocolate, earth, and tobacco with nuances of caramel and forest floor. Moderate firm tannins with a strong structure leads a wine that will age for several years.
Dr. Frank Vintage Chardonnay, entices with rich nuances of pear, vanilla and almond. The mouth is a field of butter and vanilla with a luxuriously creamy finish. This wine is the second most popular wine at the winery and one... Read More
An expressive style with dominant characters of minerality, grapefruit, lime and soft apricot. The crisp lime-driven acidity enhances the distinct Keuka Lake minerality, rounded by stone fruit and ginger.
Clean and delicate on the nose with white flowers, orange zest, and lychee, with a touch of white pepper and ginger. This off-dry wine is balanced with lively acidity and beautiful flavors of honeysuckle, orange blossom, cardamom,... Read More
Grüner Veltliner was first planted in 2007 by 3rd generation Fred Frank. Very aromatic and expressive wine with dominant characters of lime, grapefruit, white flowers and peach finishing with notes of white pepper. The mineral... Read More
This dry-style Riesling is named after the wife of Willy Frank, second generation owner of the estate. An expressive nose of lime, white blossoms and slate gives it an intense, focused start. The palate is persistent in acidity... Read More
Rkatsiteli is the one of the oldest wine grapes known to man with origins in Georgia (the country). An herbaceous wine with notes of pear, lemongrass, basil, tea leaf and grapefruit with a vibrant, crisp acidity.
The Saperavi grape is an ancient grape variety native to Georgia (country) Saperavi is one of the few red grapes that has colored flesh with very dark skins, producing deeply colored wine. That is why its name means “paint,... Read More
This classic semi-dry style of Resiling is made from vines dating back to 1958 from estate vineyards. Brimming with apricot, nectarine and a touch of pineapple. Lemon citrus and acacia blossom balance the sweetness effortlessly.... Read More