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CeNita Winery

Dock's Red - a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from California.

Dock's is our 'hold over' wine to allow CeNita's 2015 & 2016 to Age to maturity.

 California Wine

CeNita Red- Our red blend of our Italian Barbera, French Cabernet Franc, and our French-American Chambourcin. It can easily be sipped, or paired with food. Estate Wine

Stomp- Estate Wine

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Vidal Blanc- Our fresh, clean French-American hybrid offers a citrusy nose with a hint of lemon. Very versatile white varietal wine alone or with food. Estate Wine

Rosie- CeNita's Rose-Dry & Light, a lovely belend of Cabernet Franc & Barbera. Affectionally named after our own

John Rosebaum - and just as unique.  Thanks, John, for being you! Estate Wine

Traminette- Sweet & Floral, Gewertziminer is this White Wine Grape's parent. Estate Wine 

Suavis- The latin word for "pleasantly sweet" (pronounced Swa-Vis) perfectly describes our white blend. ‚ÄčLocal Wine

Norton - The Wine Grape know locally as, "Cynthianna" Norton tastes vary from Vineyard to Vineyard. This Norton hails from Lot Rainey in the

Sautee-Nacoochee Valley. Estate Wine

Rouge- CeNita's blend of Chambourcin and Vidal Blanc, making a lightly sweet Blush. Estate Wine

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Chambourcin- a complex red wine with flavors of plum, dark cherry, blackberry, and spice. This French-American hybrid is well structured with a peppery finish. Estate Wine

Parent of Cabernet Sauvignon- peppery, think green chile and black, highlights this smooth, medium bodied red wine. Its balanced acidity ensures that our Cabernet is food friendly. Estate Wine

Buckie- Our tribute to the Sweet Red Wine from Buckfest Abby in Dublin Ireland. The Monks at the Abby have been making their 'Buckie' since the 1400's. Estate Wine

Tasting Room Hours:  Tues. through Thurs. 11:30a-6:00p, Fri. 11:30a-3:30p, Sat. 11:30a-6:00p, 

Sunday 12:30p -6:00p 

Wine Highway March 25 through April 2, 2017

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