The Brianna grape originates in Wisconsin and is very resistant to cold. It was originally grown as a seeded table grape but recently jumped onto the wine-making scene. It has been highly awarded at wine competitions as a sweet wine. Early on, our Brianna was awarded the Governor’s Cup as the best white wine in Illinois! Since then, Brianna has gained popularity in the upper Midwest.
This Wine's Characteristics
Fermented in cold temperatures, in stainless steel tanks, Brianna produces an aromatic sweet white wine where pineapples, apples, grapefruit, muscat, tropical flavors, and slight floral characteristics are very expressive with a full, crispy, and sweet mouth.
As our sweetest wine, Brianna is often enjoyed with light hors d’oeuvres, savory cheese, or even as a dessert.
FINGER LAKES 2010, SILVER
FINGER LAKES 2012, SILVER
FINGER LAKES 2013, SILVER
INDY INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETIION 2012, GOLD
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR WINE COMPETITION 2012, DOUBLE GOLD
GOVERNOR’S CUP, BEST WHITE WINE ILLINOIS STATE FAIR WINE COMPETITION 2012
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR WINE COMPETITION 2013, GOLD
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR WINE COMPETITION 2015, GOLD
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