fermentation to bring out the spice and berry
flavors concentrated in the fruit. A year of aging
in oak barrels enhances the depth, finesse,
and complexity. Savor and enjoy!
Lake Wisconsin Viticultural Area
Production Method: 100% crushed and destemmed,
long warm fermentation
Aging: 12 months of barrel aging - 50% American oak and
50% French oak
Serving Temperature: 60ºF - 65ºF
Aging Potential: 5-10 years
Serve with: Dark meats, intensely-flavored foods
Story: Domaine Reserve is among the rare “single field wines,” using only grapes from our oldest vines located on our steepest slopes since 1976. These grapes are harvested last for full ripeness to create a rich full-bodied wine. The age of the vines along with the outstanding exposure to sunlight and the steep limestone slopes contribute to the unique personality of this wine, and offers a tantalizing taste of Wisconsin terroir.
History: Started making Domaine Reserve in 1976