A great wine for beginning drinkers. Quite sweet...refreshing dessert or sipping wine with very definite grape scent and taste.
A refreshing, balanced sweet wine. Similar to a Niagara. Great for sipping on your front porch or as a desert. Good in smoothies and berry dishes! Have drank several bottles over the last three years and find the taste to be consistent.
I just uncorked my first bottle by this winery and had a glass of this Sweet Mountain Laurel variety with my late lunch of crackers, brie, and fig preserves. This winery is not many miles from my home here in the hills of the Blue Ridge and what a delightful neighbor to have! I just love it (and that's saying a LOT). This reminds me of my favorite sweet, southern-grown muscadine grape despite the website saying they only grow Niagara grapes.
I like my wine a little on the sweet side. The flavor of grapes are heavenly present. I love this wine!!!
Seriously do none of you people have taste buds? Sweet Mountain Laurel my ass, it's more like nasty fermented dog piss if you ask me. I think the dog on the label is where they get this distintive flavor from. My mother insisted that this was the best wine she had ever had and asked every time we talked if I had tried it yet. So one weekend when visiting my wife and I tried it. I seriously thought I was going to have to get some syrup of ipecac to remove any and all traces from my stomach. At first I thought it was because the bottle had been opened a while so I opened another bottle and it tasted just as bad as the first. If you are contemplating buying this I suggest that you go and find a stray cat and let it take a dump in your mouth, at least then you know its going to taste bad so you are not suprised. Once this is complete drink a pint of Guiness and have a few shots of Jameson's and go to sleep. Hopefully this will allow you to forget the nightmare that is Sweet Mountain Laurel.
Food Pairings for Château Morrisette Chardonnay Blend Sweet Mountain Laurel
A unique and refreshingly sweet dessert style wine made from Native American grape varieties. Firm acidity balances the sweetness, producing a crisp finish with aromas of freshly picked grapes.