Semi-Sweet Varietals

Semi-sweet white wine with hints of grapefruit and green apple crafted from Ardon Creek’s LaCrosse grapes. $11.99

A semi-sweet rosé wine. Lightly Carbonated. Hints of apple, peach, and strawberry. $13.99
 

Semi-sweet rosé with an initial sweet taste and a “zing” to the finish. Catawba and Noiret varietals. $13.99

A semi-sweet, tart wine made from white grape varietals and natural cranberry flavors. $12.99
 

Rosemary's Rosé

In every family there is usually a relative or two who is loved dearly for who they are and how much they care for you and your family. Our family was lucky to have such a person.

In the 50s and 60s as we left “76” township to visit our mother’s first cousin, we knew our visit would be a great time because of this extraordinary woman.

This Rose is dedicated to this woman and others like her … Cheers, Rosemary!

Please enjoy this semi-sweet Rose blend of Ardon Creek-grown Noiret and Catawba varietals.

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Cranston Berry

This semi-sweet wine is dedicated to the small unincorporated town of Cranston, Iowa – 1 mile south and 2 miles west of Ardon Creek winery.

My most significant memory of this town was the general store. It had a single wooden floor aisle with shelves clear to the ceiling. There were wooden & glass display cases, a post office window and a pop cooler. The proprietor had to use a long extension pole with a gripper to reach the tall shelves.

As adolescents, we would ride our bikes to the store and charge items to our parent’s account like candy, matches and popsicles! However there were times when the monthly bill exceeded our parent’s expectations! Here’s to the carefree joys of childhood!

Please enjoy this semi-sweet grape wine with natural cranberry flavorings

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Holiday White

This sweet white wine produced exclusively from LaCrosse grapes grown in the Ardon Creek Vineyard is offered to you and to yours, to help give thanks for what we have, celebrate what we cherish, and reflect on what we have yet to do!

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Johanna

While I never met my Great Grandmother Johanna Cosgrove Furlong (b. 1826-d. 1892 -County Crolow, Ireland), she must have been a strong, self-reliant, and confident woman. She immigrated to Iowa via New York, Indiana, and finally settled with her husband John Furlong in “76” Township (Ardon, IA) in 1855. She gave birth to eight children and, with her husband, homesteaded the 40 acres where Ardon Creek now sits. It was a pririe back then that I imagine was covered with the clover & violets that still flourish today.

Our Johanna wine is dedicated to women on their way to realizing their hopes, dreams and aspirations, not unlike my Great Grandmother Johanna Cosgrove Furlong!
Cheers!
M.L. Furlong

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