Second day of our trip consisted of another jam packed list of places to try. TH Wines was third up; I’ve never heard of them previously but the TH stands for the winemaker, Tyler Harlton. Funny enough, both workers asked us how we found out about their winery. They do everything by hand.
We dropped in on a Saturday morning (with 11:30am reservations). They had some Kazakhstan apples on the table (never tried or heard of these types of apple before). I tried one and it was odd in that it was very neutral in taste.
Tastings are $10.00 per person and we were given three wines to sample. Fee is waived with a bottle purchase. Tastings are by appointment only but can be booked easily online.
Vintage chart was on displayed on one of the tables; a guide for when to crack open their bottles.
First time having a roussanne, which is a sister wine to viognier. Juicy, tropical and smooth.
It was a tough choice to pick but we ended up buying a bottle ($29.99).
Pinot noir 2019
This was smooth and very enjoyable. Notes of raspberries and strawberries.
My sister and her friend each bought a bottle ($34.99) for home.
Cabernet franc merlot 2019
My sister’s friend bought a bottle ($34.99) for home.
Sadly, TH Wines isn’t planning to produce anymore wines so go visit them or order their wines online while you still can.
9576 Cedar Avenue