Wine List


Solar Celebration Chardonnay 2016 – Without the influence of oak, this wine allows you to smell and taste how special our Chester County site is for growing Chardonnay. $16

Chardonnay Reserve 2015 – Oak aged, with toast, butter and vanilla overtones. $18

Gruener Veltliner 2015 - Known as “GV” to its friends in Austria, where it is the leading variety. Citrus aromas and mineral flavors. Very versatile with food. $15

Arneis 2015 – An ancient variety grown in the Piemonte of Italy, home of Barolo. Delicate aromas and flavors of pears, with a hint of almonds, and a lingering finish. $18


Riesling 2017 – Stargazers rendition of this classic grape is a medium sweet wine, with the aroma of apricot, elderflower and honeysuckle. It combines richness with a lingering finish. $18


Vidal Blanc – From 34 year old vines in Lancaster County. Its sweetness was attained by stopping the fermentation. $16


Petit Verdot 2015 - Firm and muscular, the dense tannins of this wine have been polished with oak from second-fill barrels. Bright acidity underscores black fruit, spice and pepper. $25

Cabernet Franc 2015 - With softer tannins than Cabernet Sauvignon and more clearly defined fruit than Merlot, this Cabernet Franc is much more versatile with food than either. $20

Tinto - Several red vinifera varietals were fermented together with the addition of sugar to produce a soft and pleasing red wine. $16

Warp Drive - Dense and mouth filling Red Blend. Deep garnet red in color. On the nose, aromas of spice and ripe black cherries. Flavors of blackcurrants, black cherries, plums, nutmeg, black pepper and spicy gingerbread. $18


(All Bottle Fermented)

Traditional – A blend of the grapes traditionally used in the Champagne region of France, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Brut Zero – no residual sugar. Gold Capsule. $25

Chardonnay – Called “Blanc de Blanc” in Champagne. Brut Natural. Silver Capsule. $27

Rosé – 100% Pinot Noir. Color obtained by brief skin contact. Finished Natural. Pink Capsule. $30