Hy-Vee Wine & Spirits, Jordan Creek, West Des Moines -- Speedway Sweet and Raceway Red
Hy-Vee Wine & Spirits, Knoxville -- Speedway Sweet, Chateau Nouveau 2018, and Raceway Red
Hy-Vee Wine & Spirits, Pella -- Speedway Sweet and Raceway Red
Hy-Vee Wine & Spirits, Chariton -- Speedway Sweet and Raceway Red
Hy-Vee Wine & Spirits, Newton -- Pear Tree, Chateau Nouveau 2018, and Speedway Sweet
DnS Grocery, Melcher-Dallas -- Speedway Sweet, Chateau Nouveau 2017, Zuckerwein, and Raceway Red
Dry, Off-dry wines
Chateau Nouveau 2018
Made from a blend of Norton and Chambourcin grapes grown in the Nearwood Vineyard. This dry red wine is light-bodied in the Beaujolais style.
Castle Grigio 2017
This white wine is a nice balance, not too sweet or too dry. Made in the style of Pinot Grigio from Edelweiss grapes grown in Agency, Iowa, it pairs well with fish or white meats. Note: Castle Grigio 2018 is coming soon!
Made from Leon Millot grapes, this dry red wine follows in the tradition of our most popular dry reds. Smooth and luscious with dark ruby color.
Sorry, Burr Oak and Pear Tree are no longer available.
NEW! Crescent Moon 2018
Made from Iowa La Crescent grapes, this semi-sweet white has a tangy but smooth citrus taste. Pairs well with soft cheeses and white meat.
Red Maple 2019
Semi-sweet red wine made from Leon Millot grapes. Richly balanced with the aroma of roses.
Sweet Leo 2019
Red wine made from Leon Millot grapes. Not too sweet, not too dry.
Raceway Red 2019
This sweet red wine is a smooth blend of 3 grapes: St. Croix, Frontenac and Marquette from the Nearwood vineyards. Red apple tones with a subtle spicy finish will delight. Named after Knoxville’s racing tradition.
Speedway Sweet 2018
One of our best sellers, this sweet white is hard-charging and bold. A longtime favorite among sprint car fans. Made with Iowa-grown Edelweiss grapes. Try it with pizza.
Sweet white wine made from Le Crescent grapes in the Old World tradition. Smooth orange blossom tones. Serve chilled.
Why do your vintages have descriptions from previous years even when they are new?
The vintage year indicates the year the grapes were picked, not necessarily the year bottled. Most of our wine is aged at least one year before we bottle. We believe allowing the wine to age in the tank brings out the best, mature flavor.
What temperature should wine be served?
Serving temperature is important because it brings out the best aroma and flavor appropriate for the wine. A general guideline is red wine should be served at (cool) room temperature 62 to 68 degrees F and white (chilled) at 49 to 55 degrees F.
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