Tasting Notes:

A floral forwarded wine with notes of orange blossom and lilac – sweet fruit aromas of citrus zest and apricot balance out the profile. The fruit aromas carry to the palate in this easy drinking off dry wine.

Food Pairings:

Light spicy chicken or shrimp dishes, fish like cod, halibut or sea bass, clam pasta with a creamy sauce, leafy green salads with strawberries and goat cheese





Additional Info:

Seyval (Say-Val) is a Seyve-Villard hybrid of complex V. vinifera, V. rupestris, and V.aestivalis var. lincecumii parentage. A cold hardy variety that is tolerant to many soil types and yields a mildly fruity white wine with common flavours of floral, citrus, apricot, and plum. Seyval is a high yielding grape variety and often used in blends.

Winemaker’s Notes:

One of our oldest varieties planted! Seyval is a powerhouse vine, very cold tolerant not picky on soil and can yield high! Its a great blending variety but shows really nice on it’s own. I often find it shows floral with the stone fruit / citrus vibes complimenting it. I tend to produce single varietal Seyvals as easy drinking wines, crowd pleasers and food friendly.