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Swedish Hill Radical Raspberry Finger Lakes United States New York Fruit Wine

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Exhuberabtly fruity, sweet wine that excludes fresh raspberry aromas and flavors. Try it chilled (or even over ice) as a great summer refresher or as a dessert wine

Region: USA » New York » Finger Lakes

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Swedish Hill Vineyard:
Family-owned and operated by Dick and Cindy Peterson, Swedish Hill is one of the largest wineries in the region. After 20 years of growing and selling grapes to area wineries, the Petersons crushed their first grapes in 1985 and opened Swedish Hill Winery in 1986. Just 1,300 cases were produced that year; this year we produced over 60,000 cases of award-winning wines and champagnes. Swedish Hil... Read more
Family-owned and operated by Dick and Cindy Peterson, Swedish Hill is one of the largest wineries in the region. After 20 years of growing and selling grapes to area wineries, the Petersons crushed their first grapes in 1985 and opened Swedish Hill Winery in 1986. Just 1,300 cases were produced that year; this year we produced over 60,000 cases of award-winning wines and champagnes. Swedish Hill is recognized as one of the top award-winning wineries in New York State, having won state, national and international acclaim. In 1997, the Petersons opened a second winery, Goose Watch, also on Cayuga Lake. The emphasis at Goose Watch is on the unusual, featuring a selection of wines that are not very common in other Finger Lakes wineries, such as Viognier, Pinot Gris, Melody, Diamond, Merlot and Lemberger. A complete list of current offerings including tasting notes can be found on the wine catalog page, where you can also order Swedish Hill wines online . Read less

Exhuberabtly fruity, sweet wine that excludes fresh raspberry aromas and flavors. Try it chilled (or even over ice) as a great summer refresher or as a dessert wine

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