VQA St. David’s Bench
Medium garnet red in colour with complex aromas of cherry and raspberry, combined with notes of violet and lavender. Medium bodied and well-structured on the palate with complex flavours.
Cellar Potential: Drinking best 2017-2022.
Availability: Winery and online at www.fieldingwines.com.
Release Date: December 1, 2016
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Made with 100% Estate Fruit from our Beamsville Bench Vineyard. This Chardonnay is medium gold in colour with integrated aromas of green apple, citrus fruit and warm spices. Rich on the palate with a creamy mouthfeel and fresh, lively acididty on the finish.Read more »
The 2016 Red Conception is a unique blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, crafted separately in small lots before being assembled. Great color intensity, with inviting aromas of black cherry, vanilla, cola and baked raspberry. Midweight on the palate with soft tannins and a round mouthfeel. The name was inspired by our Tufford Road Vineyard, once a very popular “parking” spot among locals. As it turns out, more than just great wine was conceived in our vineyards…Read more »
Bright straw in colour with tropical and citrus fruit aromas and flavours. Slightly off-dry but well balanced with refreshing acidity. A fun, fruity blend comprised mostly of Riesling and Gewurztraminer. Chill down this easy-drinking wine and enjoy!Read more »
Long Weekend Wine Co.
The bright fruit character of nectarine, green apple and pear in this wine are a perfect complement to flavours of fresh citrus fruit on the palate. Easy-drinking with crisp acidity that’s well-balanced, and a flavourful finish. Serve well-chilled on its own or with a number of lighter dishes!
This juicy white is a fun blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio (two of the wines that we do best!), made from grapes grown in selected Niagara vineyards. The clarified juice that results from these grapes is cool-fermented before aging and blending in our cellar. The finished wine is sealed using a screw cap to help the wine retain its’ fresh character, and ensure it tastes exactly as we intended. Cheers!
Long Weekend Wine Co.
A medium-bodied, rich red wine with flavours of black cherry, raspberry and vanilla. Round and structured on the palate, built to drink on its own or great with barbeque and roasted meats!
Select vineyard plots from sites throughout Niagara are selected for this wine, a fruit-driven blend of Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. After aging in oak for a short period to help the wine gain complexity and integrate flavours on the palate, the wine is blended and bottled. Each vintage has its own personality, captured in the grapes (and resulting wine) that we craft. Enjoy!
Pale straw colour; pleasant aromas and flavours of citrus, melon and white peach; dry and light-bodied on the palate with crisp acidity and lovely lingering fruity flavours.Read more »
Mixed fruit – orange zest, grapefruit and mango on the nose with spice-filled aromatics of ginger, nutmeg and clove. Good roundness and weight on the mid-palate, and a long pleasant finish.Read more »
Pale salmon in color, with aromas of baked pear, marzipan, candied pineapple and brioche. Very good texture and presence on the palate, good acid backbone, and a long finish.Read more »
Fielding branded reusable solo style mug, with lid.Read more »
This is our second vintage of Chosen FEW, a worthy follow-up to our introductory Chosen FEW made from the ripe and warm 2007 vintage. It is a wine chosen from our best barrels, made in small quantities only from select vintages. The result is a wine which we believe shows the full potential of making elegant, ageworthy wines in Niagara with great complexity and intensity. The 2012 Chosen FEW Red is comprised of Cabernet Sauvignon (38%), Syrah (37%), and Cabernet Sauvignon (25%). The wines were vinified and aged independently for eighteen months in a mixture of new and older oak barriques. After aging in barrel for nearly two years the wines were carefully selected using a series of blind tastings, assembled, and bottled without fining or filtration.Read more »