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Forsee Vineyards

Forsee Vineyards

Forsee Vineyards
18165 North 4th Avenue
Coffeen, Illinois
USA 62017
Phone: (217) 534-6347

Email: winemaster@forseevineyards.com

Forsee Vineyards and Winery is truly a family affair. In fact, our entire family is involved in the many facets of growing and picking grapes, producing wine or marketing and advertising. We are supporters of the Illinois wine industry and generate our wines from the grapes grown here at the vineyard or from other Illinois growers. Forsee Vineyards and Winery opened in Montgomery County, Illinois in early 2008. Nestled amongst a landscape of rolling hills, peppered with oaks and vines, we offer our guests several opportunities to share in our passion and enjoy the relaxing landscape.
Step into the air-conditioned winery and observe our wine making and bottling process from the balcony or unwind on the patio with a glass of your favorite selection beneath a canopy of stately oak and hickory tree.
Floral aromas greet you as you raise your glass... taste citrus notes straight from the grape, sweet yet so refreshing.
Corot Noir
A full bodied, dry red without oak, aromas of black pepper and clove, with hints of jammy raspberry on the palate, straight from this French hybrid grape.
Winter Blush
This fruit wine is sweet on the palate, followed by a pleasantly tart and mouth-watering tang of cranberry. Pair with turkey, ham and chicken, or enjoy ice cold on a hot summer day.
Indian Summer
As all American as apple pie...this blend of blackberry and blueberry will put you right back in Grandma's berry patch or at the table with a slice of cheesecake.
Okaw White
Spicy aromas lead you to a taste of pears and apples. A sweet wine that is named in remembrance of the Okaw Valley tribes that inhabited this area centuries ago.
Very reminiscent of a Sauvignon Blanc - an off dry, white wine offering hints of apricot, with aromas of rose, and best enjoyed at room temperature.
Ripe cherries on the palate, very fruit forward. Slight tannins and a full, spicy finish. Norton is also known as Cynthiana, but by any name this dry red wine will become a favorite.
Full bodied with good acidity, moderate tannins and a spicy finish. A wonderful compliment to your steak or addition to your wine collection.
Our white Concord, a sweet white wine best served cold. Tastes like grapes right off the vine

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