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Four Chimneys Celestial Peach Four Chimneys Finger Lakes United States New York Sweet Fruit Wine

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weet Fruit Wine, From Organicly grown Grapes, and organicly grown Peaches

Region: USA » New York » Finger Lakes

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Celestial Cellars:
I appreciate anyone who can make a mead (or beer or wine or whisky) that tastes the same every time. But that is not what I do! What I do is make the widest variety of quality meads available. They range from very delicate to ultra-bold, very dry to dessert sweet. I use more single floral source (varietal) honeys than any other meadery. I use whole spices and a wide variety of fruit. Whenever p... Read more
I appreciate anyone who can make a mead (or beer or wine or whisky) that tastes the same every time. But that is not what I do! What I do is make the widest variety of quality meads available. They range from very delicate to ultra-bold, very dry to dessert sweet. I use more single floral source (varietal) honeys than any other meadery. I use whole spices and a wide variety of fruit. Whenever possible, Alaskan fruit is featured. Most of my meads have been put on oak for a while and many of them are downright assertively oaked. Alcohol contents range from 6.5% to +15% ABV. All of the above means, of course, that I am certifiably insane. Honey is a much more expensive fermentable than either malt or grapes. Even the cheap clover and wildflower honeys that most meaderies use, is more expensive. So a mead made with 100% tupelo or sourwood honey, is even that much more costly to make. But you know what…….I love it. And I’m counting on the fact that there are many more folks out there who think it’s worth it. Honey (like grapes) is an annual crop and therefore varies from year to year. However, Federal Regulations prohibit us from putting a vintage year on our labels. Although a few early batches do not have it, all bottles will now show a ‘batch number’ You can use this batch number, along with the name of the mead to find out more information about that batch. As the honeys and fruit vary from year to year, so to will the resulting mead produced with that honey. By clicking on ‘Vintages’ beside each mead, you can then identify the batch number and find out what state or region the honey came from, notes about the honey or fruit, finish gravity and other information that may enhance your enjoyment of the mead. There’s no way I can compete on price with meaderies who make cheap, bland mead. But few meaderies can match the variety and quality you’ll find here. You make the choice. For great mead from the Great State of Alaska, choose Celestial Meads! Read less

weet Fruit Wine, From Organicly grown Grapes, and organicly grown Peaches

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