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Sand Castle Winery

Sand Castle Winery Sand Castle is located in the heart of historic Bucks County with a magnificent 17 mile view of the Delaware Valley. Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir grapes are grown on the estate. VIP and Barrel tours of our underground wine cellar by appointment. Hours: Saturday 10 to 6; Sunday 11 to 6; Weekdays 10 to 5:30.

Directions
From the north and east, NJ Turnpike South to I- 78 West. Take Exit 15 (Clinton - Pittstown). Go South on Rt. 513 for 11 miles to Frenchtown. Cross bridge to PA. Left onto Rt 32 South. The entrance to Sand Castle Winery is 2 ½ miles on the right. From Phila.and South: I-95 North to New Hope Exit, left onto Taylorsville Road. At stop sign, left onto Rt. 32 North for 24 miles.


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755 River Road, Erwinna, PA, US, 18920 Email: info@sandcastlewinery.com
Phone: 800-PA2-9463 Web: www.sandcastlewinery.com
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  Alpine Spice
Alpine spice is a blend of Chardonnay and Johannisberg Riesling with a secret combination of spices to create its legendary flavor. It is traditionally served warm but it makes a nice cold beverage on ice. Food Combinations: Smoked meats, smoked cheeses, Virginia Ham. Deserts: Apple pie and vanilla ice cream.
  Cabernet Sauvignon
Classical Bordeaux styled, barrel aging adds to the cherry and black currant flavors, with a soft finish. Will appreciate with aging. Food Combinations: Classical Bordeaux fits with red meats, steak, venison, pasta with tomato sauces, tuna with tomato sauces and capers. Excellent with rack of lamb. Desserts: Milk chocolate, chocolate Mousse. Current Vintage: 2000
  Cabernet Sauvignon 1999 SOLD OUT
A select portion of the Cabernet vineyard, with reduced yields and delicate handling produced the grapes that were fermented for a longer period, making a unique cabernet with extra concentration of minerals, tannins, and flavors. The wine was racked without pressing to create softness. Two years of aging in old French Oak Barrels, accentuated the tart cherry flavors. The wine was unfiltered to protect the original flavor of the harvest. Aging potential exceeds 15 years. A great example of high quality wines from the Central Delaware Valley Viticultural District. Food Combinations: This Classical Bordeaux styled wine fits with red meats, steak, venison, pasta with tomato sauces, tuna with tomato sauces and capers. Excellent with rack of lamb. Dessert: Milk Chocolate, Chocolate Mousse. Note: Please decanter this wine for 2 hours before enjoying.
  Chardonnay Classic
Oak aged, lovely complex aroma, sweet oak, almond, vanilla butter and lemony citrus finish. Food Combinations: Great food wine, Mushroom soup, Caesar salad, grilled poultry, grilled pork, stronger fish (tuna, swordfish), pasta with tomato sauce. Desserts: Strawberry mousse, dark bitter chocolate. Current Vintage: 1998.
  Chardonnay Classic 1996
New French Oak barrels give this Chardonnay the traditional buttery, toasty flavor with lovely citrus overtones. Handcrafted to bring out the nuances of almond, vanilla and sweet oak with a complex finish. This wine drinks like a red and should be decanted. Food Combinations: Strong flavored food, smoked fish, red meats, smoked turkey, grilled poultry and pasta with parmesan cheese. Desserts: Strawberry mousse, dark bitter chocolate. Note: Please decanter for an hour before enjoying.
  Chardonnay Private Reserve
Chablis-Style, rich, dry smooth and full on the palate, with a hint of sweet anise. Select grapes from the southern slope of the vineyard aged to accentuate the Chardonnay fruit. Food Combinations: Seafood (particularly shellfish), chicken with mild spices like basil and marjoram. Cheeses: Montrachet, Aged Swiss. Desserts: Fresh Strawberries. Current Vintage: 1998
  Chardonnay Private Reserve 1996
Rich Chablis Style, with characteristic hints of sweet oak and anise improved by the aging in stainless steel only, exceptional body and long aftertaste. Will appreciate by decanting. Food Combination: Seafood, smoked mussels and fish. (particularly shellfish). Chicken with mild spices like lemon, basil and marjoram. Cheeses: Montrachet, aged Swiss, Parmesan Regiano. Desserts: Fresh Strawberries. Note: Please decanter for an hour before enjoyment. Current Vintage: 1996
  Cuvée Blush
Experience the quality of this European blend! Chardonnay, Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon. This slightly sweet wine has a fruity finish. Food Combinations: Cajun and Mexican Hot Wings, and Curry. In combination with spicy food, the sweetness will disappear.
  Johannisberg Riesling
Slightly sweet rich taste, with acid and tropical fruit in great balance. Food Combinations: Salads vegetables, oriental food, all poultry and spicy foods (Thai, blackened fish). Cheese: Feta, sharp provolone, Havarti. Current Vintage: 1998
  Johannisberg Riesling Dry
Alsatian style, delicate, elegant, floral character. Well-balanced with crisp acids. Appeals to most palates. Food Combinations: Creamy sauces, mild herbs & spices, Fettuccine Alfredo, flounder with cream sauce, pork chops and celery seeds. Desserts: Lemon pound cake, angel food cake. Cheeses: Roquefort, Boursin, Bucheron. Current Vintage: 1998
  Johannisberg Riesling Late Harvest
Selected harvest from Botrytis grapes. Honey, tropical fruit aroma. Superb balance of acid and sweetness Food Combinations: Sharp cheeses, fresh fruit, chocolates, and other desserts. Tasting: 2 oz. servings Used as an appetizer, intermetso, or dessert. Current Vintage: 1999. Bottle Size: 375ml (half bottle)
  Johannisberg Riesling Private Reserve 1999
This wine is the proof that Sand Castle Vineyard location is one of the best in the world to grow Johannisberg Riesling. Last year of the Millennium was hot and dry. Grape vines struggled to produce small clusters with big flavor. The wine is very soft. The fragrances of sweet peaches, apricots, and tangerines are complimented by dry taste, crisp acidity, and soft finish. Food Combination: Creamy sauces, mild herbs & spices, fettuccine Alfredo, flounder with cream sauce, pork chops and celery seeds. Desserts: Lemon pound cake, angel food cake. Note: Decanting will accentuate the flavors of the wine. Cheeses: Roquefort, Boursin, Bucheron.
  Non Alcoholic Alpine Spice
Alpine spice is a blend of Chardonnay and Johannisberg Riesling with a secret combination of spices to create its legendary flavor. It is traditionally served warm but it makes a nice cold beverage on ice. Now with no alcohol it can now be enjoyed by those that are not drinking age or cannot consume alcohol. Same great taste with none of the alcohol. Food Combinations: Smoked meats, smoked cheeses, Virginia Ham. Deserts: Apple pie and vanilla ice cream.
  Pinot Noir
Red Burgundy (The King of Wines) Aged in French Oak Barrels for complexity. Softly textured strawberry and raspberry fruit with a complex finish. Food Combination: Game meats such as venison and duck. Salad with a raspberry vinaigrette, salmon with dill sauce, turkey and walnut stuffing, pork, lamb, poultry with rosemary. Desserts: White chocolate mousse with fresh strawberries and raspberries. Current Vintage: 2000

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