Amorici offers twelve wines: Chardonnay, Dry Riesling, Cayuga (Dry White), Dry Rosé, Cabernet Franc (Dry Red), Cabernet Sauvignon, Marquette, Burch Street Red (Off Dry), Sweet Dreams (Semi-Sweet Blush), Sweet Dreams White, Apple Honey Wine, and Apple Honey Tawny Vintage. Many Amorici wines are winners in various competitions.
A one-of-a-kind Chardonnay from a not-so-often found combination of New York’s Finger Lakes and Long Island grapes. Its flavor profile shows a versatile complexity, combining the influence of the distinctively different regions. For a totally unique Chardonnay experience, try this one.
Produced from Finger Lakes grapes sourced from Cornell University, this is a completely dry Riesling with many pronounced flavors, a soft opening that unfolds to complex floral, citrus, limestone minerals, and a crisp acidity followed by a flavor burst of lasting finish. Uniquely complementary to seafood, Asian dishes, Fondues, light pasta, vegan, and vegetarian foods.
Cayuga could be called “The New York Grape.” Developed by Cornell University in the 1970s, it is named after an American Cayuga Indian and the beautiful Lake Cayuga. Cayuga embodies many aspects often attributed to New York’s world famous Riesling. Floral, fruit-forward, and with earthy minerals. It is truly a wine with many interesting characteristics. Its goodness resembles Chardonnays as well as Rieslings, and is often called “Poor Man’s Riesling”.
A proprietary blend of grapes artfully crafted to create a friendly, easy-to-enjoy Rosé. Refreshing, crisp, dry, spicy, tart, and a little zesty, this Rosé is great with cheese, hors d’oeuvres, chicken, seafood, light pasta, scrambled eggs, tuna sandwiches and tartare. A great anytime-wine all the time.
Made from Finger Lakes grapes enhanced with estate-grown Marquette and Frontenac, the dry red is oak-barrel-aged, exuding fine balance. The wine has flowery, fruit-forward, tart cherry, black currant, and herbal undertones along with a slightly peppery, slightly toasty/oaky mouth feel and finish. Hearty enough to pair well with steak yet balanced enough to enjoy as an afternoon sipping wine.
Burch Street is an easy drinking red. Produced from a Cabernet Franc base with an off-dry touch. It is lightly sweet, balanced, flowery, fruit-forward, tart cherry and black currant, with herbal undertones and a light, peppery finish. Served with lighter seafood dishes, poultry, pasta, vegetables or a vegetarian/vegan menu.
Apple Honey Wine,also referred to as Cyser. This refreshingly sweet and fruity mead combines the essences of New York’s locally-grown apples and raw honey. It is a pleasing apple blend to pair with spicy foods, bitter greens, fresh fruit, medium to robust cheeses or desserts. Amorici’s Apple Honey Wine can be enjoyed any time a sweet wine is desired.
Apple Honey Tawny Vintage sweet wine is a non-typical sweet wine resembling a white port. Fresh New York apple cider and raw honey are infused with Grappa. Serve with dessert or as an after dinner drink.