These selections from the McGregor library are noted for their exceptional quality and aging potential. Please note that no additional discounts apply to these wines.
Dark garnet red, concentrated aromas and flavors of ripe berries, cherries oak and cedar. Smooth lingering tannins. This wine will continue to age beautifully, a very cellar-worthy wine. Aged in oak barrels for 13 months
89 Points, Wine Enthusiast Magazine
From the review: "Intensely ripe black cherry and plum flavors are tinged with earthy tones of granite and fallen leaves in this lush, concentrated Pinot Noir. While forward and almost ruddy with fruit, brisk acidity and fine tannins along with subtle spice and cedar notes lend balance. It's a four-square, balanced wine that finishes long."
*This wine is from the McGregor wine library and has very limited availability
This is our first release of Sparkling Riesling since the 2004 vintage and follows in the footsteps of previous vintages which were awarded major accolades including “Best NY Sparkling Wine.” This vintage offers excellent Riesling fruit character and superb sugar/acid balance. Produced from Estate Grown vinifera grapes
This vintage of Pinot Noir is a blend of all three of the Pinot Noir Clones we grow here at McGregor Vineyard: Mariafeld clone, Clone 7, and the Gamay-Beaujolais clone. This is a very aromatic wine with aromas reminiscent of ripe red raspberries, cherries and strawberries with a hint of vanilla. These aromas follow through on the palate and the wine is rich and medium bodied. The oak character is elegantly integrated with the fruit character and the wine lingers nicely on the palate. Aged for 27 months in French Oak.
91 Points, Wine Enthusiast Magazine | Cellar Selection
From the review: "Moss and wood notes mingle with violet and lavender perfume on this elegant, subtly nuanced Pinot Noir. Ripe, rich black-cherry and berry flavors are offset by a brisk acidity and a penetrating mineral backbone. It's lovely now, but structured enough, and still boldly tannic, to merit further cellar aging. Drink from 2020-2025"
Bob McGregor had an idea one day back in the early 1990s, back when nobody was contemplating producing sparkling apple wine for sale in the Finger Lakes...