Hand-Crafted

Premium Wine

Kentucky Grown. Kentucky Produced.

2017 Black Type Reserve
Kentucky Sparkling Traminette

Sparkling Wine

The secondary fermentation was conducted in the bottle using the same production methods used in traditional method Champagne.

Awards

Double Gold Winner
2020 – Kentucky Commissioner’s Cup Wine Competition

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine expresses prominent notes of citrus, floral, and spice derived from cool fermentation of gently pressed Traminette grapes. These fruit-derived aromas are supported by both caramelized and biscuit-like notes produced by extended bottle aging in the presence of lees, which adds complexity and a pleasant creaminess to the mouthfeel.

2017 Black Type Reserve
Kentucky White Traminette

White Wine

The dry wine is the still version of our delicious Sparkling Traminette.

Awards

Bronze Winner
2020 – Kentucky Commissioner’s Cup Wine Competition

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine is filled with notes of citrus, floral, and spice derived from cool fermentation of gently pressed Traminette grapes. Extended bottle aging has allowed for development of honey and carmelized notes that provide a sense of sweetness.

2016 Black Type Kentucky Vignoles

Dessert Wine

Aged in Kentucky oak barrels for 12 months.

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine is filled with complex oak derived bouquet, while the palate is predominatly sweet fruity aromas of apricot, pineapple, peach and honey. The wine is slightly sweet, but balanced with lively acidity that adds to the wines complexity and mouthfeel, while providing a clean edge to the finish.

Black Type Reserve Brand Label

The term “Black Type” originated from horse racing catalogs in the 1950s to indicated the quality of past races a horse had won. This evolved in the 1980s as the International Cataloguing Standards book was produced to outline the most important races in the world – such as the Breeders’ Cup and the Kentucky Derby – and to stress the importance of it for a horse or owner.

Horses often build their reputation on winning black-type races. A race of black-type quality is a race that meets a high standard. Victory in these races marks a horse as being in a more elite category and was extremely important in determining stud values.

A horse that won or placed in a black-type race received black-type status and their name printed in bold black ink on racing and breeding reports. Black-type winners are listed in black bold-faced capital letters and black-type placed horses are listed in black bold-faced mixed case – hence the use of the term “Black Type”.

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Hand-Crafted

Premium Wine

Kentucky Grown & Produced

2017 Black Type Reserve Kentucky Sparkling Traminette

Sparkling Wine

The secondary fermentation was conducted in the bottle using the same production methods used in traditional method Champagne.

Awards

Double Gold Winner

Kentucky Commissioner’s Cup
2020 Wine Competition

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine expresses prominent notes of citrus, floral, and spice derived from cool fermentation of gently pressed Traminette grapes. These fruit-derived aromas are supported by both caramelized and biscuit-like notes produced by extended bottle aging in the presence of lees, which adds complexity and a pleasant creaminess to the mouthfeel.

2017 Black Type Reserve Kentucky White Traminette

White Wine

The dry wine is the still version of our delicious Sparkling Traminette.

Awards

wine-bronze-medal

Bronze Winner
Kentucky Commissioner’s Cup
2020 Wine Competition

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine is filled with notes of citrus, floral, and spice derived from cool fermentation of gently pressed Traminette grapes. Extended bottle aging has allowed for development of honey and carmelized notes that provide a sense of sweetness.

2016 Black Type
Kentucky Vignoles

Dessert Wine

Aged in Kentucky oak barrels for 12 months.

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine is filled with complex oak derived bouquet, while the palate is predominatly sweet fruity aromas of apricot, pineapple, peach and honey. The wine is slightly sweet, but balanced with lively acidity that adds to the wines complexity and mouthfeel, while providing a clean edge to the finish.

Black Type Reserve Brand Label

The term “Black Type” originated from horse racing catalogs in the 1950s to indicated the quality of past races a horse had won. This evolved in the 1980s as the International Cataloguing Standards book was produced to outline the most important races in the world – such as the Breeders’ Cup and the Kentucky Derby – and to stress the importance of it for a horse or owner.

Horses often build their reputation on winning black-type races. A race of black-type quality is a race that meets a high standard. Victory in these races marks a horse as being in a more elite category and was extremely important in determining stud values.

A horse that won or placed in a black-type race received black-type status and their name printed in bold black ink on racing and breeding reports. Black-type winners are listed in black bold-faced capital letters and black-type placed horses are listed in black bold-faced mixed case – hence the use of the term “Black Type”.

TABLET

Hand-Crafted
Premium Wine

Kentucky Grown. Kentucky Produced.

2017 Black Type Reserve
Kentucky Sparkling Traminette

Sparkling Wine

The secondary fermentation was conducted in the bottle using the same production methods used in traditional method Champagne.

Awards

Double Gold Winner
Kentucky Commissioner’s Cup
2020 Wine Competition

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine expresses prominent notes of citrus, floral, and spice derived from cool fermentation of gently pressed Traminette grapes. These fruit-derived aromas are supported by both caramelized and biscuit-like notes produced by extended bottle aging in the presence of lees, which adds complexity and a pleasant creaminess to the mouthfeel.

2017 Black Type Reserve
Kentucky White Wine

White Wine

The dry wine is the still version of our delicious Sparkling Traminette.

Awards

Bronze Winner
Kentucky Commissioner’s Cup
2020 Wine Competition

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine is filled with notes of citrus, floral, and spice derived from cool fermentation of gently pressed Traminette grapes. Extended bottle aging has allowed for development of honey and carmelized notes that provide a sense of sweetness.

2016 Black Type Kentucky Vignoles

Dessert Wine

Aged in Kentucky oak barrels for 12 months.

Sensory notes

The nose of this wine is filled with complex oak derived bouquet, while the palate is predominatly sweet fruity aromas of apricot, pineapple, peach and honey. The wine is slightly sweet, but balanced with lively acidity that adds to the wines complexity and mouthfeel, while providing a clean edge to the finish.

Black Type Reserve Brand Label

The term “Black Type” originated from horse racing catalogs in the 1950s to indicated the quality of past races a horse had won. This evolved in the 1980s as the International Cataloguing Standards book was produced to outline the most important races in the world – such as the Breeders’ Cup and the Kentucky Derby – and to stress the importance of it for a horse or owner.

Horses often build their reputation on winning black-type races. A race of black-type quality is a race that meets a high standard. Victory in these races marks a horse as being in a more elite category and was extremely important in determining stud values.

A horse that won or placed in a black-type race received black-type status and their name printed in bold black ink on racing and breeding reports. Black-type winners are listed in black bold-faced capital letters and black-type placed horses are listed in black bold-faced mixed case – hence the use of the term “Black Type”.

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