More bling for our bottles from the 2016 competition! Our 2013 Dablon Pinot Noir received a silver medal, and our 2013 Dablon Chardonnay was awarded a bronze medal!
Film & Vino: Off The Water, February 2016
"When your trademark is to produce world class wines in the tradition of the Burgundy region of France, you do everything in your power to assure the highest quality of fruit on the vines. That backdrop at Dablon Vineyards of Baroda, where all wines at the estate grown winery are hand-harvested in order to maintain the highest quality of fruit, has produced a delightful sidebar product that is finding an increasing fan base in America, and it's one that seemingly no one else in the region is engaged in." - To learn more about our 2015 Verjus, click the link above.
On the latest episode of MBTB Radio, Shannon & Cortney Casey talked with Bill Schopf, owner of Dablon Vineyards in Baroda, about his winery's emergence on the southwest Michigan wine scene, the unusual (to Michigan) varietals he's growing and more.
Dablon Vineyards proudly shares the results of the 2015 event that took place on August 11th. Our 2013 Petit Verdot was awarded a silver medal, and our 2012 Moraine Vineyards Pinot Noir and Chardonnay received bronze medals!
Dablon Vineyards is pleased to share the results of the 2015 event. Our 2013 Merlot and Tannat were awarded silver medals, and our 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon received a bronze medal!
Dablon Vineyards is proud to share the results of the 2015 event. Our 2013 Carmenere was awarded a double gold medal, and our 2013 Malbec and Cabernet Franc received bronze medals!