Sweet Red Wines
Linganore Wines in Maryland
A rich delicious Ruby Port. Abisso, Italian for “abyss” describes the deep rich color in this sweet red. This sweet dessert wine has the aroma of dried fruit, like plums and raisins and a smooth midpalate, finishing with hints of chocolate.
Serving Suggestions: A great after dinner wine. Serve with bleu cheeses, nuts and dried fruits. Serve at room temperature.
2014 Governor’s Cup; Gold
2012 Governor’s Cup; Bronze
Bursting with fresh berry this light bodied red blend has a pleasantly dry finish. Great on its own or paired with food.
Serving Suggestions: Serve with hard cheeses, barbecued meat, and berry desserts . Serve slightly chilled.
Grapes: Chambourcin Blend
Medium bodied red dessert wine infused with natural chocolate, creating the perfect velvety dessert in a bottle.
Serving Suggestions: Serve with fresh berries, vanilla desserts, and ice cream. Serve chilled.
Grapes: Chambourcin with natural cocoa flavoring
2016 Comptrollers cup; Double Gold
2015 Wine Masters Choice; Best Dessert Wine
2015 Wine Master’s Choice; Gold
2014 Wine Master’s Choice; Silver
2013 & 2012 Governor’s Cup; Gold
2015 Governor’s Cup; Bronze
Sweet red that reminds you of grape jelly, and the grape pies that Grandma used to make.
Serving Suggestions: Enjoy with fresh fruits and desserts. Serve chilled.
A blend of red and white grapes aged with citrus fruits. A great addition to a party or just for relaxing.
Serving Suggestions: Serve with hard cheeses, tapas, and fresh fruit. Serve chilled.
Grapes: Concord and Niagra aged with citrus fruit
This is a semi-sweet spiced red wine. This wine is great served heated with slices of oranges and apples for the winter or chilled over fresh fruit in the summer.
Serving Suggestions: Serve with sharp cheeses, red meat, spiced pies and cobblers. Serve heated with slices of oranges and apples for fall and winter entertaining or chilled in the summer.
Grapes: Red grape blend, with cinnamon and cloves
A soft semi-sweet juicy red wine. The rich cherry background flavors are accentuated when served with anything chocolate.
Serving Suggestions: Serve with fresh berries, chocolate and chocolate desserts. Serve room temperature or chilled.
Grapes: Chambourcin blend