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  • Nebbiolo '17

A classic example of this noble Italian variety that our unique Kent Island microclimate has proven to be particularly well suited to. Exhibits ripe fruit and strong tannins. Aged 58 months in new Hungarian oak.

  • Cabernet Franc '21

Bottled in May-2023 after 18 months in Hungarian Oak. A cool and extended fermentation in open bins revealed plenty of red fruits and soft tannins that resulted in a very pleasing red wine. 

  • Zinfandel '19 Two Clones 

The clone 8 (Dempel) Zinfandel is a unique loose cluster Zinfandel discovered in an ancient vineyard in Mendicino. It makes a wonderfully flavored zin that is bursting with fruit. The Seghesio clone provides classic zin spiciness. Aged over 24 months in new Hungarian oak, the ’19 will be a wine to remember.

  • Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc '15

Our signature Bordeaux style white wine contains 70% Semillon & 30% Sauvignon Blanc. Semillon, fermented in new American Oak, provides depth , mouthfeel, and longevity, while Sauvignon Blanc, fermented in new Hungarian Oak, adds bright fruit and lively acidity

  • Queen Anne’s Grand Reserve‘13

Queen Anne’s Grand Reserve is our special blend of hand selected grapes from our vineyard, aged for 2 years in new Hungarian oak barrels, from the shores of the Chesapeake Bay at Cascia Vineyards, Kent Island, Maryland

  • Queen Anne's Reserve '13

Our 2013 Queen Anne’s Reserve is a delicious blend of Cabernet Sauvignon 58%, Merlot 19%, Cabernet Franc 15%, Petit Verdot 4%, and Malbec 3%, aged in American & Hungarian oak barrels for 18 months.

  • Norton '16/'17

Widely thought to be the only true American grape suitable for wine, its origins remain clouded. Winning 1st in the Vienna World Exposition in 1873, a noted wine critic said Norton would one day rival the great wines of Europe in quality and quantity. Found growing wild on the islands of the Chesapeake, it is now back home on Kent Island fulfilling its legacy as producing “the best red wine of all nations”. 54+ months neutral barrels


  • Viognier '16

  • Chardonnay '17

Fermented in new heavy-toast Hungarian Oak sur lie for 2 years, this Chardonnay shows crisp acidity and good balance

  • Vino Cascia Blanc '19

Our proprietary field blend, Viognier, Chardonnay, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Petite Manseng, and Pinot Gris all grown and hand-picked from our vineyard on Kent Island. This blend exhibits tastes of melon, apricot, citrus, and other tropical fruits, giving us the opportunity to produce a special white wine that we hope you will thoroughly enjoy

From our vineyards on Kent Island, this tough to grow (and pronounce) varietal has really come in to its own. Wonderfully tart, floral, and aromatic, with hints of pineapple and apricot, this beautifully hand crafted white wine will encourage you to proudly ask for it by name, vee-ohn-YAY

  • Vino Cascia Blanc '13

Our signature Bordeaux style white wine, the 2012 contains 60% Semillon, 30% Sauvignon Blanc and 10% Petite Manseng. Semillon provides depth , mouthfeel, and longevity, while Sauvignon Blanc and Petite Manseng provides bright fruit and lively acidity. Fermented on new American Oak.

  • Tannat ‘17

A rich, flavorful powerhouse of dark fruits and tannins. A blend of 90% Tannat, 5% Petit Verdot, and 5% Malbec aged for 16 months in Hungarian Oak barrels to bring out  the signature Tannat spiciness with notes of vanilla, cardamom, black plums, black currants, raspberries, and black cherry. Double Gold Medal Winner!

  • Rose’

A refreshingly dry wine exhibiting hints of spice, cherry, exotic fruit and a touch of pineapple with lively acidity. Perfect for a relaxing summer day

  • Nebbiolo '16

Our 2016 Nebbiolo is a classic example of  this noble Italian variety. Our unique Kent Island microclimate has proven to be particularly well suited to Nebbiolo. Exhibits ripe fruit, and strong tannins. Aged 70 months in Hungarian oak.

  • Merlot '13

Strong tannins and ripe fruit typify this 2013 vintage. Vinified using a mix of young and old barrels and tanks, this wine is good for laying down or drinking now.

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