Bottle sizes are 750ML unless otherwise noted:
*San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition is the largest American Wine Competition in the World. Averaging over 7,000 entries from small wineries like our selves to the largest in California. We are proud to say that we continue to wine top metals each year!
Moscato Gold Metal Winner, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 2016 Our Moscato is a semi-sweet white wine with intense fruit aromas of orange blossoms, peaches, ripe pineapples and citrus. These bright and fruit-forward aroma extend to the palate through luscious flavors of sweet tropical fruit, mandarin oranges, apricot and honey. Pairs well with fresh fruit, Gorgonzola, pistachios or light pastries that are not too sweet.
Riesling Double Gold Metal Winner, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 2016 A first for Smith-Berry Winery; our off-dry Riesling is highly aromatic with apple, peach and pear at the forefront mixed with delicate floral undertones. With hints of mineral, this medium bodied white is a perfect balance of sweetness and natural acidity.
Sparkling Moscato Double Gold Metal Winner, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 2016 Our Sparkling Moscato is a lightly bubbly sweet white wine with intense fruit aromas of orange blossoms, peaches, ripe pineapples and citrus. These bright and fruit-forward aroma extend to the palate through luscious flavors of sweet tropical fruit, mandarin oranges, apricot and honey. Pairs well with fresh fruit, Gorgonzola, pistachios or light pastries that are not too sweet.
Vignoles With notes of pineapple, cinnamon, and peach on the nose this sweet white wine offers flavors of baked pineapple and ripe apples on the pallet.
Drennon Creek "a sweet white" Bronze Medal Winner, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Richly layered flavors of pear, pineapple and vanilla carry nicely throughout, with adequate acidity to keep the sweetness in balance.
Bluegrass Blush TM Silver Medal Winner, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Dark salmon in color. Tart cherry, raspberry & watermelon on the nose, with vibrant strawberry & raspberry fruits on palate. Fairly sweet, but pleasant & well made. Serve as a pleasant summer aperitif. Full bodied, with no perception of oak, this bottle would do nicely for the sweet Riesling or Gewurztraminer lover in your family, and also makes for a fine match with most fruit based desserts. Strawberry shortcake and cherry pie come to mind! .
Flat Rock Red TM Ripe Concord and Chambourcin grapes welcome you to this fragrant red wine. Juicy fruit flavors continue on the medium bodied palate rounded out with soft tannins. Showcasing true to fruit character with balanced acidity and a smooth finish; this sweet wine should be enjoyed chilled. Our #1 selling red wine!
Strawberry Wine This sweet fruit wine is full of strawberry color and flavor.
Blueberry Wine Silver Metal Winner, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 2016 This sweet fruit wine is clean and refreshing offering a sensation of eating fresh blueberries.
Blackberry Wine Best in Class Winner, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 2014 & 2016 This blackberry wine is bursting with intense fruit flavors along with lingering tannins and a gorgeous deep purple hue. It is rich and juicy, making it an excellent wine to sip, as well as, pair with intense cheeses, cheesecake, roasted nuts and especially chocolate desserts.
Chambourcin In this estate grown and bottled red wine made from the Chambourcin grape, Smith-Berry Winery has created something remarkable for those beginning to explore red wines. In short, this lightly sweet red is made in a style which is much more complex than one might expect from a wine in the “semi-sweet red wine” category. In the glass, the wine shows deep garnet color at center and bright purple at the edge, indicating it's relative youth and fruitiness. On the nose, scents of blackberry, grape, vanilla and a whiff of smoke are apparent. The wine's texture is luscious, with flavors of black plum, raspberry, cherry, blueberry and white pepper. Rounded and elegant, the wine carries its sweet fruit well, and delights with a surprisingly long finish. Easily the best Chambourcin I have ever tasted. For a great food match, try it with spicy pork or beef Asian dishes, or zesty barbecue