We sincerely hope that you and your families are well and that you have enjoyed this unusual Easter weekend more than expected. Yesterday, here in Western New York, it was a gorgeous spring day. As you can see, the daffodils at the end of the vineyard rows are celebrating.
We appreciate, with gratitude, all of the interest and support we are receiving from our customers. Thank you for serving our wines at your tables.
Going forward, we can send periodic updates of activities on the farm (pruning is finished and trellis repairs have begun) and in the winery (secondary in-bottle fermentation has been started for the Sparkling Traminette and our new estate-grown Chardonnay-Pinot Noir Cuveé!) – for neither the vines nor the wines in the tanks understand that there is a pandemic.
We are confident that by the time these sparkling wines are ready to be released that we will be free to enjoy them together.
Need a fresh taste of Spring?
Dry Rose of Pinot Noir
Traditional “French provençal” rosé – perfect with dinner, especially when served not-too-cold. She doesn’t usually pour a second glass, but Jennifer did with this one!
Ruby Dry Rosé
Made from Maréchal Foch grapes and bursting with fruity flavors. Don’t tell anyone, but Jennifer said that this wine is the first one that ever made her think of the word “gulp”!
Warm Spring Regards,
Jennifer & Fred Johnson, Johnson ESTATE Winery
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