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Owera Vineyards

Owera Vineyards Owera Vineyards is a picturesque rural and groomed farm winery including grapevines, gardens, ponds and orchards. Our warm and welcoming tasting room houses our award-winning wine portfolio. Our stunning tasting room, with handcrafted white oak bar offers many varieties of brick-oven pizzas and artisan cheese platters. Our expanded tank room can be viewed from the tasting room. Stroll through the vineyard at your leisure or sit outside on the patio with a glass of wine. Feel free to walk the property and enjoy the ambience. Owera welcomes you!


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5276 East Lake Road, Cazenovia, NY, US, 13035 Email:
Phone: 315-815-4311 Web:
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  Cerise (Cherry fruit wine)
Cerise is the French word for Cherry. Made from pie cherries, this wine has a nice tang. Just sweet enough to offset the sour cherries, it can best be described as a tart cherry pie in a glass!! Bright red, Cerise has pleasantly surprised even the most stubborn and sophisticated palate!
Light, crisp and off-dry, this is an excellent summer wine. Very grapey, but not over-powering. Complements white meats, fish, and light cheeses. Especially tasty chilled while sitting on the poch on a warm summer evening!
  First Kiss Blush
Semi-sweet and very fruity, this wine will appeal to those who like White Zinfandel and prefer the sweeter wines. It is a blend of Diamond with just enough Concord to change the character of the wine and give it a nice rose color. Best served chilled with lighter foods and white meats. See if you can find the two faces in the cup on the label!!!
Smoky, oaky and dry, this fruity Merlot is made exclusively from grapes from the North Fork of Long Island. Complements red meats, heavy cheases, and most especially, Chocolate!!
  Myrtille (Blueberry fruit wine)
This wine is extremely popular with those willing to try something new. It is made exclusively from crushed blueberries (myrtille in French) and has a deep purple color. This is a surprisingly complex wine. As the glass is lifted to the face, there is a pronounced scent of blueberries. The taste and mouthfeel, however, is that of a light-bodied red wine, much like a Beaujolais. The finish again gives the flavor and scent of bluberries. This is best served chilled and will go with just about any food except heavily flavored sauces. The winemaker likes it best as an apertif in the late afternoon. Expensive to produce, this wine will only be offered every other year.


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