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Flint Hill Vineyards

Flint Hill Vineyards Flint Hill Vineyards began growing grapes in the Mid 1990's with the efforts of brothers- in- law, Louis Bertino and John Molinarolo. Louis had a vineyard of Concord and Niagara at his home site some years earlier. After courses in the development of a vineyard, two acres of vines were planted from cuttings acquired from an established Southern Illinois vineyard. The varieties planted were Chambourcin and Vignoles, French hybrids proven to fare well in our climate and produce fruit that vinted into excellent wine. In the late 1990's another two acres of vines were planted adding the Seyval Blanc variety, a proven and hardy producer. The Seyvals occupy a hilltop site on Italy Hill Road within feet of the vineyard locations of the grandfathers of John and Louis, dating back to the early 1990's.

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2075 US Highway 45 N., Muddy, IL, US, 62965 Email: flint@dishmail.net
Phone: 618-253-7224 Web: www.flinthillwinery.com
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Products



  Chambourcin
A French/American hybrid recognized to be a grape of exceptional potential. Vints to mouth-filling, dark and delicious treat. Chambourcin goes will with beef, barbecue, pork, and grilled dishes.
  Concord
A true American native grape, known for its popularity as a dessert wine.
  Concord
A true American native grape, known for its popularity as a dessert wine.
  Niagara
A crisp semi-dry wine bursting with a natural essence of the grape.
  Saline Creek Red
A blend of Chambourcin and Concord, a lively wine to serve with hearty meals.
  Saline Creek Rose
A blend made from a joining of chambourcin and Seyval wines.
  Saline Creek White
A sweet wine blended from the Seyval and Vidal wines. A pleasant glass for those choosing a less sweet experience in their wine.
  Seyval
A grape which makes a white dry to a semi-dry wine for pairing with seafood, pork, and social occasions.
  Vidal
A full bodied white with robust flavor.

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