Library Wine

The wines listed below are no longer available for sale in our tasting room, but you may have a bottle in your cellar or have the option of purchasing one from a retailer. Tasting notes are provided for each library wine. Enjoy!

White Wine



Three Fires Wine 2012 Unoaked Chardonnay label

2012 Unoaked Chardonnay | Three Fires Wine

Lake Michigan Shore
Silver Medal 2014 – Tasters Guild

Aromas of lemon and apple blossom. Palate of lemon, pear and white orchid with earthy tones. Finishes with crisp lemon and subtle pear. Medium bodied, round, mouth coating with a gentle lingering finish.

Pair with raw oysters, mild fish or chicken, grilled vegetables and light, soft cheeses.



Three Fires Wine 2013 Unoaked Chardonnay label

2013 Unoaked Chardonnay | Three Fires Wine

Lake Michigan Shore
Best-of-Category – 2015 Lake Michigan Shore Wine Evaluation Workshop

Gold Medal | 2015 Tasters Guild

Aromas of pineapple, key lime, crisp apples, nectarine with hints of slate, straw and gardenia. Flavors of pineapple, orange rind, touch of spice, straw and cashews. Crisp and creamy finish.

Pair with raw oysters, seafood, chicken and cheese dishes.

Do not over chill; serve at 48 to 50 degrees. Open an hour or so before serving for the best flavor.



Three Fires Wine 2011 Barrel Fermented Chardonnay label

2011 Barrel Fermented Chardonnay | Three Fires Wine

Lake Michigan Shore
?Best-of-Category? 2014 Lake Michigan Shore Wine Evaluation Workshop

Silver Medal | 2014 Tasters Guild

Silver Medal | 2015 Great Lakes Wine Judging

Aromas of ripe peach with hints of butterscotch. Flavors of creamy ripe white peaches mixed with pineapple and light buttery notes. Full-bodied, round and wonderfully mouth coating. Satisfying lingering finish.

Pair with lobster, crab and fish in creamy sauces. Hard cheeses.

Do not over chill; serve at 56-60 degrees. Open an hour or so before serving



2012 Intrigue | Three Fires Wine

Lake Michigan Shore

Chardonnay blend. Light Champagne color with citrus and banana aromas. Flavors of grapefruit, banana and lime, with hints of minerals and almonds on the finish. Medium to full-bodied. Serve cold for a fruity flavor or slightly warm for a buttery flavor.

Excellent as an aperitif. Serve with canapés, fatty fish, fatty cheese and chicken.

Rose' Wine


Three Fires Wine 2013 Inland Sea Rose' - dry rose' wine

2013 Inland Sea Rosè | Three Fires Wine

Michigan | Dry Rosè Wine

Silver Medal | 2015 Tasters Guild

Aromas of strawberry, crème fraiche, kiwi, red delicious apples, graphite, cranberry sauce and white lilacs. Brilliant coral color. Flavors of strawberry, cranberry and damson plum. Creamy tannins give the illusion of sweetness on the finish

Excellent as an aperitif. Serve with appetizers, sandwiches, salmon and Thanksgiving dinner

Do not over chill; serve at 48 to 50 degrees

Red Wine


Three Fires Wine 2012 Right Bank | Merlot-Cab Franc Blend

2012 Right Bank | Three Fires Wine

Lake Michigan Shore

Silver Medal 2014 – Tasters Guild

Cabernet Franc and Merlot blend. Aromas of plum, black currant, red raspberry with a hint of a violets. Flavors of plum, raspberry, violets, vanilla, toast and coffee. Finishes with the same flavors and a hint of pepper. Medium to full-bodied with moderate tannins. Medium bodied, round, mouth coating with a lingering finish..

Pair with beef or lamb, BBQ ribs, chicken or duck. Mushroom cassoulet.


2012 Cabernet Franc | Three Fires Wine

Lake Michigan Shore

Best-of-Category | Lake Michigan Shore Wine Evaluation Workshop

Gold Medal 2014 – Tasters Guild

Medium garnet color. Aromas of oak, red currant, dark fruits, white pepper and briar aromas. Flavors burst of tart cherry, black currant, plum with vanilla and toast.

Pair with duck, filet mignon with a roasted coffee crust and bleu cheese, mixed wild mushrooms, loaded baked potato, beef stew.


2012 Lemberger | Three Fires Wine

Lake Michigan Shore

Best-of-Category | 2015 Lake Michigan Shore Wine Evaluation Workshop

Gold Medal | 2014 Tasters Guild

Aromas of cherry, red currant, black pepper, toast and spice. Flavors ofblack cherry and cranberry with hints of an empty cigar box. Some black pepper and a touch of spice, possibly nutmeg. Medium-bodied with moderate tannins and bracing acidity.

Pair with rich fatty cheeses. Meatloaf, ham steak, BBQ ribs, brisket, grilled brats or chicken

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