Leroux Creek Vineyards

Open For Tasting June 2014

Leroux Creek Vineyards

Our vineyards cover 4 acres of our 54 acre farm. We grow two hybrid varieties, Chambourcin and Cayuga. All of our grapes are raised organically. The vineyard is in the West Elk American Viticultural Area (AVA) and we share grapes, knowledge, experience and the occasional glass of wine with the other vintners in the area. We use local fruits when in season to make small quantities of delicious fruit wines.

Leroux Creek Chambourcin

The vineyard is in the West Elk American Viticultural Area (AVA) and we share grapes, knowledge, experience and the occasional glass of wine with the other vintners in the area. Yvon started planting hybrid Chambourcin and Cayuga grapes in 2002. The climate of the North Fork of Delta County requires a hearty grape varieties. The goal was to find grape varieties that would withstand the cold winters, and be more disease resistant, creating a natural wine. Through the planting of grapes that will grow well in the soil and climate has enabled us to create our own terroir resulting in a high quality product.

 

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