Haywater Cove is a real place, a little sanctuary where three creeks meet at the mouth of a harbor in Peconic Bay, where land and sea meet and winds of the Atlantic slow to a gentle breeze. It is where one can kick back, and relax by the lazy tides, salty air, and sunshine. The wines in this series by Alie Shaper are a tribute to the Cove and are non-vintage and sweetly priced for the quotidian.
A drink-now Chardonnay with refreshing acidity and a medley of baked apple, pineapple, nectarine, and honeysuckle. It's the perfect sipper for lounging by the water or at your next al fresco supper.
Reminiscent of Provençal rosés, this thirst-quenching fruit-driven, light-bodied wine bursts with stone fruit, strawberries, and mandarin. Delicious on its own or paired with crunchy salads and fresh cheeses.
Full of juicy berries and cherries, with a hint of warming baking spices and a touch of oak round out the finish. Best enjoyed during the cooler months, with hearty dishes or sharp cheeses.