New York’s native Catawba and rich hybrid Cayuga grapes come together in this sumptuous duet of fruit and flavor. An opulent bouquet of succulent fruit in a semi-sweet table blush. Enjoy white zinfandel? Treat yourself to the quality of Cabin Fever.
The unmistakeable taste of Catawba defines Cabin Fever. This grape variety is native to the Finger Lakes region and has been a prevalent force in the local economy since the area grape industry began. Serve this blush blend fully chilled.
|Located on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes Wine Region of upstate New York, Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards was established in 1984 by Jerry and Elaine Hazlitt. The family itself has been growing grapes and orchard fruit on the same land since 1852. Today, the winery and its vineyards are managed by sixth generation family members Doug Hazlitt and Leigh (Hazlitt) Triner. Affectionately called the Home of the Red Cat, Hazlitt Vineyards offers a casual approach and informal atmosphere to wine lovers everywhere.|