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Apricot

A bottle of Apricot wine.
A bottle of Apricot wine.

This semi-sweet wine highlights fresh and dried apricot flavors with grassy, peach, and honey notes.

Composition

100% Apricot

Sweetness

3 out of 5 Diamonds
Semi-Sweet

Serving

Lightly Chilled
(48-50°F)

Price

Bottle: $18.00
Gen5: $14.40

Apricots were one of the fruit tree seeds that my great-great-grandma brought with her from the Old Country and planted on their homestead to use for wine.

I have always loved how incredibly sweet and flavorful apricots are when eating them fresh.

This wine reminds me of eating fresh-picked fruit right off a tree.

~Sandi, Fifth-generation South Dakota Winemaker

Highlights

2-time Gold Medal, Indy International Wine Competition

3

GOLD MEDALS

3

SILVER MEDALS

4

BRONZE MEDALS
Cheese Pairing

Cypress Grove Midnight Moon Goat Cheese, Prairie Breeze, or Goat Cheese with Red Pepper Flakes and Honey Drizzle

Food Suggestions

From Our Kitchen: Chicken Salad Open-Face Sandwich
At Home: Brown Sugar Ham or Fruit-Glazed Ham

A bottle of Apricot wine.

This semi-sweet wine highlights fresh and dried apricot flavors with grassy, peach, and honey notes.

Composition

100% Apricot

Sweetness

3 out of 5 Diamonds
Semi-Sweet

Serving

Lightly Chilled
(48-50°F)

Price

Bottle: $18.00
Gen5: $14.40

Apricots were one of the fruit tree seeds that my great-great-grandma brought with her from the Old Country and planted on their homestead to use for wine.

I have always loved how incredibly sweet and flavorful apricots are when eating them fresh.

This wine reminds me of eating fresh-picked fruit right off a tree.

~Sandi, Fifth-generation South Dakota Winemaker

Highlights

2-time Gold Medal, Indy International Wine Competition

3

GOLD MEDALS

3

SILVER MEDALS

4

BRONZE MEDALS
Cheese Pairing

Cypress Grove Midnight Moon Goat Cheese, Prairie Breeze, or Goat Cheese with Red Pepper Flakes and Honey Drizzle

Food Suggestions

From Our Kitchen: Chicken Salad Open-Face Sandwich
At Home: Brown Sugar Ham or Fruit-Glazed Ham