Norton label $28

Norton ›

Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard and Winery invites you to celebrate the grape often touted as “the Cabernet of the East”, namely Norton.  We present this medium bodied, dry, red wine in a fruit-forward manner, exciting your palate with ripe cherry raspberry aromas.  Experience the soft tannins with a hint of spicy oak.  Compliment this fine wine with beef, pork, red pasta or even barbeque.   Estate Grown.

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Merlot label $26

Merlot ›

Merlot has been around since the dawn of recorded history.  You can bet Enoch himself stomped this grape as he tended his own vineyard over four thousand years ago.  Today, the wine remains as popular as ever, being second only to Cabernet Sauvignon in consumption of red wine.  It is a terrific medium bodied wine.  Smooth, soft and fruity with hints of cherry, plum and vanilla.

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Cabernet Sauvignon label $37

Cabernet Sauvignon ›

Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard & Winery invites you to enjoy America’s most celebrated wine, Cabernet Sauvignon.  This wine was aged for 20 months in American and French oak barrels.  The result is a beautiful full bodied wine, incorporating an array of flavors including:  dark cherry, black currant, vanilla, toast, spice and tobacco.

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Chambourcin label $27

Chambourcin ›

Chambourcin, pronounced [shahm-boor-san], is a French-American hybrid grape with medium to full body, berry aromatics, and spicy herbal subtleties.  Enoch aged this wine 18 months in American oak producing a smooth, slightly tannic finish.  Estate grown.

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Dolcetto label $24

Dolcetto ›

Dolcetto, pronounced [dol’tjetto], meaning “little sweet one,” is a grape variety made popular in northwest Italy.  It produces pleasant dry red wines of light to medium body and soft tannins.  It is known for black cherry, licorice and prune flavors, with a characteristically bitter finish reminiscent of almonds.  Dolcetto should be drunk young, two to three years after release.  It isn’t meant for deep thought but simply for happy drinking.  No cellaring required here
This light, easy drinking wine pairs well with pastas and pizza dishes, antipasti, and roasted poultry.   Serve at room temperature.  **SOLD OUT**

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Zinfandel label $24

Zinfandel ›

Zinfandel is known as a classic, bold American wine.  This deep red colored, full bodied, tannic wine is usually described as spicy, zesty, peppery, with fruity flavors of berries or dark cherries and a raspberry-like aroma.  Zinfandel goes well with typical American food such as pizza, burgers, and steaks and is hearty enough to match up with thick red sauces.  Serve at room temperature.  Dry red wine.  Aged in American oak for 12 months.

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Montepulciano label $24

Montepulciano ›

Montepulciano (“Mon-ta-pull-channo”), popular in central and southern Italy, is the second most planted grape in that region (after Sangiovese).  Recently it has found a suitable home in the vineyards of West Texas giving Enoch the opportunity to produce this medium-bodied dry red wine that bursts with red fruit flavors such as cherry, cranberry, raspberry jam, red plum, prune, & wild berries.  Traditionally the wine carries subtle notes of violet, licorice, oak and dried herbs, often with an ash-like earthiness. This red is tall cotton! Dry Red Wine.  Serve room temperature.  **SOLD OUT**

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All Y'All label $29

All Y'All ›

Dry Red Blend  -  All Y’all
    Enoch has spent years tinkering in his lab creating various blends for personal use. Now, at the encouragement of friends, Enoch is ready to present his first public offering, a dry red blend he aptly calls “All Y’all”.   Traditionally blends have the unique ability to capture the best characteristics of each grape varietal included as the resulting combination becomes greater than the sum of its parts.  Enoch has found this to be true in his blend of 6 Texas grown varietals: Chambourcin, Malbec, Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Norton and  Blanc DuBois.  The result is an approachable yet complex, dark berry flavored, full bodied wine which remains soft, smooth and finely balanced.  Trust us - drinking this blend is easy as pie!  Dry Red Blend.  Serve room temperature.

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Bless Her Heart label $24

Bless Her Heart ›

Dry rosé wines are becoming increasingly popular, especially among the adventurous Millennial generation.  As such, Enoch offers “Bless Her Heart”, a scrumptious blend of two grapes grown on the plains of West Texas: Dolcetto and Muscat Canelli.  A dry wine with no residual sugar, it remains (like many a strong Texas woman!) floral and fruity. It begins with a citrus pep, followed by rose and cherry blossom aromas, then finishes with red berry, raspberry and strawberry flavors.  The porch light is always burning when sipping this delightful blend.  Dry Rosé Wine.  Serve slightly chilled.

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