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$18.00
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Pear

Sweet satin in a bottle

Pear

Put this picture in your mind … a hot summer day is ending. You’re sitting on the back deck and relaxing as the soon-to-be sunset begins to turn the far off clouds red.

It’s time for a glass of Pear wine from Volant Mill Winery.

It’s smooth and sweet. Pear is a subtle fruit, not overpowering on the palate. But its good taste is so pleasant and rich with sugars. The voluptuous feel in your mouth and jammy ease of drinking makes it hard to have only one glass. Serve well chilled with soft or semi-soft cheeses and French bread or crackers.

The finish is long and silky. Now is the time to pick up the glass and watch the sun set through the wine. Ah, life is good.


$15.25
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Red Raspberry Splash

A special treat for the Red Raspberry lovers!! This is a fantastic dessert wine that compliments chocolate and cheesecake alike. If you want it all, just drizzle it over ice cream.

Red Raspberry Splash


$20.00
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Syrah

Also known Shiraz, our medium-bodied Syrah is oak aged with notes of black pepper and plum. It matches perfectly with red meats, even burgers.

Syrah


$16.00
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Chardonnay

Neutral finished with crisp notes and mineral finish

Chardonnay

A green skinned grape originally from Burgundy France. It is the most commonly known white wine in the United States and is a staple on almost every wine list. Our Chardonnay is made in a neutral, non-oaked, fashion that brings out the grapes true flavors. It has a strong crispy mineral texture with flavors of green plum, apple, and pear. Pears well with all white dishes as well as a great friend.


$15.95
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Hot Mama

Developed at the direction of our own manager, this wine definitely has a kick. Sweet but spicy kick a_ _ finish makes it a great combination. Make your Bloody Mary’s with is wine, or chomp down some tacos with spicy one.

Hot Mama

Developed at the direction of our own manager, this wine definitely has a kick. Sweet but spicy kick a_ _ finish makes it a great combination. Make your Bloody Mary’s with is wine, or chomp down some tacos with spicy one.


$13.00
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Wilmington White

Enjoy the sweet flavor of Niagara grapes freshly plucked from the vine. Our best-selling white!

Wilmington White

This is our most popular white wine. Talk about a luscious, sweet taste and its candied, lemon rind aroma.

The green Niagara grape is large and juicy and native to North America, just like its cousin, the purple Concord. Although sweet, Wilmington White is not a dessert wine. It goes with food, or just for fun.

Wine and food are two of life’s great treasures. Pairing a good wine with your food doesn’t take a master’s degree, but there are a few pointers that make it easy.

Wilmington White always adds to the enjoyment of salads, cheeses and lighter fare. Salty foods can cover up the sweetness of this sweet wine, although it will enhance the fruit flavors of the wine. Your personal preference is paramount when matching wines and foods. If you like it, then it’s good.


$13.00
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Volant Red

A sweet Concord wine with an intense grape flavor. When in doubt, give this a try… it’s our perennial best seller!

Volant Red

“The Red” is a sweet wine with an intense grape flavor. Its refreshing fruit flavor has made it our perennial best-seller and a mainstay at our winery.

This wine is meant to pair with salami and other “charcuterie” meats, as well as lasagna, grilled sausage and ribs. We suggest you drink it young and chilled.

Vitis labrusca is a zesty purple/red grape with a slight floral nose. This grape is well suited to the climate and soil of Western Pennsylvania and is a very popular varietal in this region.

It’s hard to have only one glass, so pour one and go for the gusto!


$21.00
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Cabernet Sauvignon

Originally from France, this cross between a Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc is world known as a full-bodied heavy red with heavy tannins. Our Cabernet has great depth with warm spicy undertones of black cherry.

Cabernet Sauvignon


$15.25
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Medieval Solstice

A royalty drink for those warm summer nights. We use ½ pound of pure natural honey in every bottle to bring out natures best flavor. Serve chilled and garnished with an orange to bring out its absolute best.

Medieval Solstice

A royalty drink for those warm summer nights. We use ½ pound of pure natural honey in every bottle to bring out natures best flavor. Serve chilled and garnished with an orange to bring out its absolute best.


$13.00
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Fredonia

Sweet red with a refreshing fruity tartness, rather like “Jolly Rancher” candies.

Fredonia

Our Fredonia is a light, fruity red wine with a refreshing burst of tartness at the end of the sip.

It starts out as a blue Fredonia grape, from which we create a pleasantly sweet wine with a lively, fruity aroma. It feels round on your palate, smooth and explosive of flavor.

That little zip of acidity, coupled with the fact that this wine is best served chilled, makes this the perfect summer red for neighborhood barbeques, lounging by the pool, or enjoying with a delicious spring greens salad!


$22.50
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Ben’s Cider

Our traditional hard cider, with a twist. Sweeter, with a little less bite, and a little more apple.

Ben’s Cider

Ben’s Cider is Volant Mill Winery’s latest addition. This cider gets its name from one of America’s most notorious Founding Father’s, Benjamin Franklin.

Like our George’s Cider, Ben’s Cider is made using a centuries old recipe. The new addition is barrel aged for a year before bottling. This allows for the perfect balance of sweetness and oak.

We typically serve our Ben’s Cider chilled, though on a cold evening it can be warmed for a truly relaxing experience.


$22.50
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George’s Cider

A traditional hard cider made from a centuries-old recipe. Crisp, with a distinct bite, our George’s Cider is history in a bottle. 11% alcohol by volume.

George’s Cider

George’s Cider has become a staple at Volant Mill Winery. This traditional hard cider brings the taste of history to the modern consumer, with notes of apple and oak mingled perfectly together. Stop by any location to bring history home.

11% alcohol by volume

Allow your imagination to drift back to a time over two centuries ago, when Johnny Appleseed traveled throughout America, spreading apple trees as he went. Historically, many of those apples were used to create a safe-to-drink beverage, which had the secondary benefit of warming the belly and easing the mind. Everyone, from the President to recent immigrants, drank what became known as “Hard Cider.” It was made, aged, and transported in oak barrels and was often used as a form of currency in bartering and trade.

In an ode to our heritage, Volant Mill Winery’s “George’s Cider” is crafted using a recipe and production methods that were passed down to our wine maker through at least three generations of hard cider makers. In fact, we have traced its production back through the early 1800’s. Oak barrel fermentation and aging, along with carefully selected ingredients, categorizes George’s Cider as a Traditional Hard Cider like those that helped build America.

George’s Cider is typically served chilled, but on a cold day, it is delicious heated.


$18.00
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Blackberry

Luscious, sweet, and balanced, this wine is bursting with the flavor of sun-ripened blackberries. Enjoy alone, or serve with dessert.

Blackberry

Luscious, sweet and balanced, this wine is bursting with the flavor of sun-ripened blackberries. The wine’s nose, or aroma, is incredibly fruity. It smells almost like you’re in an orchard surrounded by fruit.

There’s not even a hint of bitterness. And the sweet finish on the back of your tongue will make you smile and say, “Ahhh.”

Enjoy this bright purple libation alone or serve with dessert.


$14.00
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Peach

This wine has a smooth silky velvet peach taste. Amazingly liquor like in texture, it is loved by all. This is a Southern summer in a bottle.

Peach


$19.95
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Pear-Fection

Pear-Fection – Similar to a prosecco, it makes a great mimosa. This is a fantastic wine for the holidays or to ring in that special occasion. Very clean and crisp, it soothes the throat as you sip.

Pear-Fection


$14.00
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Cran-Grape

The juicy sweetness of ripe Pennsylvania grapes is balanced with the bite of cranberries. The benefits of both fruits blended into one delicious combination.

Cran-Grape

Our proprietary blend of wine and cranberry juices are lovingly merged to create Cran-Grape wine. And that’s exactly what it tastes like … the sweet grape wine gets a boost from the slightly tart cranberries.

Early European settlers in America named the cranberry bush “craneberry” because the plant’s flower, stem and petals resembled the neck, head, and bill of a crane. But you won’t have to strain your neck deciding how to enjoy this wine.

It’s smooth on the palate and gentle on the nose.


$13.00
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Apple

A perfect, golden autumn day captured in a bottle, this wine is sweet and refreshing… just like that first bite! Excellent chilled, or mulled with spices.

Apple

The crisp, sweet taste you get from the first bite of a freshly picked whole apple is the flavor you can expect from our Apple wine.

Apples from three Western Pennsylvania orchards make up the juice for this wine. It’s a blend of apple varieties, including Macintosh, Johnny Reds and Red Delicious.

Apples are not a subtle fruit, and neither is this wine. It has a bold apple taste and aroma.

Isn’t there an old saying?; a glass of Apple wine a day keeps the doctor away?

No? Well, it should.

Creative serving suggestions:

– For a delightful autumn treat, warm a bottle of our apple wine, half a bottle’s worth of water (or apple cider), brown sugar to taste (about ¼ – ½ cup) and a pouch of our mulling spices in a saucepan on the stove or in a crock pot. Do not boil. Allow the mulling spices to steep until the desired flavor is attained (approximately 1-2 hours) and serve warm.

– Marinade pork chops or a pork roast in this wine for a delicious, moist, and flavorful dinner. Simply place the meat in a container or Ziplock bag, add wine to cover, and season to taste. I suggest salt, freshly ground pepper, chopped onion, garlic and rosemary, but feel free to experiment!

Place bag or container in the refrigerator and allow the magic to happen! Chops may only need a few hours, but I have allowed roasts to soak for 2 days or longer. Use your best judgement, depending on the cut of meat you have chosen. When you are ready to cook, remove the meat to a baking dish, discard the marinade, and bake at 350 degrees until cooked through (the FDA recommends an internal temperature of 145 degrees). Enjoy!


$13.00
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Pink Catawba

Sweet and fruity with distinct notes of pink grapefruit. Perfect for relaxing on the porch, watching the world pass along.

Pink Catawba

This sweet blush-hued wine starts as a pink grape, with a “slip-skin” – an easily removed skin that leaves the juicy pulp whole when removed.

Then it ends up a delight in your glass. Its aroma is sweet and fruity. After your first sip, the taste fills the front of your mouth with a light pink grapefruit tone, but without any bitterness. And the finish is smooth to the end.

The Catawba vines like our hot, humid Western Pennsylvania summers and frigid winters. The grape is harvested later than its brother- and-sister grape varieties, giving the grape an extra richness that is easily found in its taste.

This is the wine to serve when the barbecue is hot. It goes well with grilled pork or spicy, Cajun-style meals.


$15.00
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Vidal Blanc

Smooth and crisp with notes of citrus and a dry finish, this wine’s delicately floral aroma adds depth and interest. Excellent with mild cheeses, pork, and poultry.

Vidal Blanc

Our Vidal Blanc is a light, almost dry white wine with undertones of citrus and melon. It is a perfect accompaniment to lighter-tasting foods, such as fish, pork, poultry, salads and cheese. It is well balanced, evening out the sweetness and acidity. It is bright, with high clarity in the glass.

Vidal blanc is a naturally sweet tasting hybrid grape that was developed for northern French climates, but is widely grown in the Northern United States and in Canada. The grape is suited to cooler climates because it naturally ripens earlier in the growing season and can be picked before it gets cool in Western Pennsylvania.

Although we have fermented most of the sugar out of our Vidal Blanc, its natural fruitiness attracts both dry-wine and sweet-wine drinkers because of its luscious semi-dryness on the palate with a light crisp finish.

Serve well chilled.


$13.00
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Delaware

This fragrantly fruity semi-sweet wine is perfect if you prefer sweet wine but don’t want to overwhelm your meal.

Delaware

Our Delaware wine gives off a very pleasant, grapey aroma (or nose). It’s light in color, with a light, sweet fruity taste. This is a wine for all seasons.

The tiny grape starts out pinkish, but ferments into a rich, golden-toned color that invites the sun’s rays to shine through it.

It’s sweet, but not too sweet. The Delaware wine pairs especially well with light flavored foods, including chicken, fish, mild cheeses and pasta. But personal preference always trumps what the experts say, so choose the wine you like and enjoy whatever food you select to go with it.


$18.00
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Riesling

Smooth and sweet like the autumn air; this wine has the honeyed richness of a perfect October afternoon. Our Riesling is harvested late for that Ice Wine character.

Riesling

The late-harvest Riesling is sweet and crisp, just like the autumn air. After all the grapes in our vineyards are picked, we come back to the Riesling vines and start cultivating this white grape when it’s cold outside, well past the normal picking time.

Because the grape is on the vine for the spring, summer and the fall, the over-ripe grape gets an intense flavor and bold fruitiness. It has an Ice Wine character; a little more time on the vine and it would become a doubly more expensive Ice Wine.

Most white wines pair well with fish or pork, but because of its balance of sugar and acidity, our golden-hued Riesling can stand up to the stronger spices in Asian or Mexican foods, as well.

The aromas are deep and rich in fruit and flowers.

Serve well chilled.


$16.00
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Edelweiss

Expressive aromas of pineapple and tropical fruit. This crisp, fruity wine has an intriguing floral aroma that provides the perfect balance to its sweet palate. Pair with a good book and a sunny window for a pleasant afternoon.

Edelweiss

This wine is a trip down Germany’s Rhine River. It is a German-style wine, fruity and full of flavor.

The Von Trapp family may sing about the Edelweiss flower, but we sing the praises of this wine. It has a fairly recent breeding, being developed in 1980, and bred to be tough and hardy. It is harvested early in order to have the sweetest flavor.

Its aroma is definitely floral and its flavor is crisp and cool.
This wine pairs well with all lighter flavored foods, including chicken, fish, mild cheeses and pasta.


$15.00
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Cocoa Vino

Sweet red wine blended with cocoa, reminiscent of the flavor of a Cherry Tootsie Pop!

Cocoa Vino

It’s time for dessert. Bring out the cheesecake and Cocoa Vino!

There are other “chocolate wines” on the market. But they are made with chocolate, which is creamy. Cocoa Vino, on the other hand, is made with cocoa.

As you fill a glass, you’ll see that the pour looks like wine. It’s a deep, clear red, not milky in any way. Then comes the aroma of cocoa and then the taste… rich and fruity followed by a burst of cocoa. It’s a red Tootsie Pop in a glass!

Picture this with tiramisu or cheesecake … or as a dessert all on its own.


$14.00
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Dechaunac

A blissfully smooth, mellow, and light semi-dry wine. The perfect wine for those who are just beginning to develop a taste for drier reds. An excellent compliment to pasta and marinara.

Dechaunac

Looking for a semi-dry, red wine? Dechaunac is neither too fruity nor too dry. It’s reminiscent of a light-bodied Pinot Noir, but the Dechaunac grape grows better than Pinot does in our Western Pennsylvania climate and shorter growing season.

The color is light and taste is crisp on the palate. It has a long, pleasant finish. It’s considered well balanced, with only mild tannins, which produce dryness.

Because it is not at either extreme of the sweetness scale, Dechaunac pairs well with most foods, from meats to pasta to chicken. Oh, yes, and don’t forget pizza.