Gold Leaf is a melody of apples and maple with undertones of vanilla and coconut. Drinks like a fine white port or Vino Santo.
The classic taste of Vermont captured in wine
For over half a century the Boyden family has honored Vermont’s spring tradition of maple sugaring. Since 1999 we have been pioneering a new tradition: crafting that maple sugar into an amazing dessert wine in Gold Leaf. Fermented cold for up to nine months to ensure a beautiful maple flavor, and Barrel-aged for two years like a fine white port in Tonnelier French Oak barrels, Gold Leaf possesses great depth and complexity combining supreme estate maple syrup and locally grown apples. As an aperitif or after-dinner wine, it has an exquisite mouth feel and delicate yet pronounced maple flavor with overtones of vanilla, toasted nuts and coconut.
Pairs Well With…
- Parmesan or Asiago Cheeses
- Crème Brûlée