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MountainRose Vineyards is proud to introduce Bear Creek Hard Cider, a modern sparkling cider that tastes like the Honey Crisp apples from which it was made.
Rumor has it that you and I may not have received our invitation to Harry and Megan’s Royal wedding. Right!? Just in case this is true, MountainRose Vineyards is here to help!
Many thanks to the 70+ people who joined us for tours, a variety of pancakes, maple syrup, cotton candy and other delicious maple treats in February at our Maple Syrup Fest!  We boiled almost 1000 gallons of sap to get a little more than 12 gallons to sell in 8 and 16 oz. jugs.
We are very excited to have two new products in 2018! Very soon we will feature local MRV maple syrup and MountainRose Vineyard’s Bear Creek Hard Cider!
We’ve all heard that a glass of wine here and there is good for you, but how exactly does it contribute to your health? The ways seem almost endless. New studies appear to be constantly backing up the health benefits of drinking wine for moderate drinkers.
MountainRose Vineyards proudly presents “Kelliokee”, a new sparkling white wine, symbolized by the mysterious lady in the Black Hat! This exciting new wine isn’t your typical champagne, prosecco or moscato.
Thanksgiving dinner is a troublemaker! The meal is a mash-up of contrasting, often competing and sometimes outright conflicting flavors. It's just too much for any one wine to handle! And that's the good news. Thanksgiving gives us the perfect excuse to experiment with a variety of wines.
Championed by American Express, the first “Small Business Saturday” (or SBS) took place on November 27th, 2010. The U.S. Congress officially recognized the day in 2011 and in  2012, the Town of Wise joined the campaign for the first time, along with all 50 states!
With our Harvest Festival just around the corner, here are a few fun facts about the grape stomp!
This summer everyone asks,  “What is the effect of all this rain on the grapes?” Is it good for the grapes?  
An outdated County Ordinance from the 1980s actively discriminates against the Winery, the Country Club and several convenience stores in the county, such as FasMart, by preventing the sale of beer or wine on Sunday.

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