Ohio

The Grand River Valley in Northeast Ohio formed thousands of years ago when glaciers carved out the Great Lakes and deposited a ridge of fertile soil ideal for the cultivation of vineyards. Like the Mosel, Bordeaux and Sonoma's Russian River Valley, the gently rolling landscape of the Grand River Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA) benefits from a climate moderated by the thermal effects of a large body of water, Lake Erie, to the north. The Valley's contours promote the effective circulation of warmer air, reducing the threat of frost in the spring and extending the growing season so the grapes are able to ripen to perfection.

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  1. Chardonnay Fut de Chene 2013 Harpersfield

    Chardonnay Fut de Chene 2013 Harpersfield

    $24.00

    A refreshing step back from traditional Chardonnays. Learn More
  2. Pinot Noir Clos mes Amis 2013  Harpersfield

    Pinot Noir Clos mes Amis 2013 Harpersfield

    $26.50

    Pinot Noir does well in the cool Northern Ohio climate! Estate Grown, Hand Picked, Small yield for greater Quality. Learn More

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