’14 1762




'14 1762 gets its name from the year Charles Carter produced what would become the first internationally awarded American wine.


It is an homage to Porto with a Virginian touch; it aged 18 months in Bourbon barrels from A. Smith Bowman distilleries in Fredericksburg. The wine has very dark, rich color and is full bodied.


1762 smells of ripe red berries and dark chocolate with a hint of bourbon; it is an after dinner sipping wine that pairs well with sharp cheeses or a cigar.


Bronze: ‘16 Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition

Silver:  ’16 Virginia Wine Lover’s Classic


Note: This wine is not available for purchase. It is only made available for our VIP Wine Club Members. Learn more about our VIP Wine Club, the Carter Charter here.


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