The Wine Cellar
Cold-Hardy Grape Wines
Thousand Islands Winery Cold- Hardy grape wines continue to grow in popularity due to their hardy nature and ability to survive in weather conditions that are far from ideal for this crop.
The primary grape varieties being planted in the Thousand Islands Region include Frontenac, Frontenac Gris, Marquette, and La Crescent. The development of these cold-hardy grapes is the very reason we now enjoy the benefits of the ever-expanding Northern New York wine region.
Thousand Islands Winery produces a collection of five regionally named blends varying from dry to sweet. North Country Red has been the top selling favorite since its release in 2009.
Sweet, Dessert, Fruit Wines & MEad
Because what you drink at the end of the meal should be as spectacular as what you drank during the meal, Thousand Islands Winery has offers a selection of desert and fruit wines and even a traditional mead.
10th Mountain Division Association
Military dressed for that special occasion, A portion of the proceeds from these wines is donated to the 10th Mountain Division Association.
The 10th Mountain Division Association raises funds in support of the 10th Mountain Division.
Aged to perfection
Thousand Islands Winery understands patience is needed when aging wine. The Winery in-house chemist tests and retests the wines to ensure they are bottled at the perfect moment.
Frontenac XXX is a fortified wine with similar characteristics to a traditional Port.
While popular during the winter season, fortified wines are making their way into year-round consumption.
Port-style wines have a higher alcohol content and are sweeter than the typical wines which is why they are generally consumed as an aperitif.