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Glen Manor Vineyards

Jeff White

Glen Manor Dry Petit Manseng

Glen Manor Dry Petit Manseng

100% Petit Manseng in an off-dry style, best as an aperitif or as a pairing with spicy foods.

Glen Manor Hodder Hill

Glen Manor Hodder Hill

A Cabernet Sauvignon-dominant structured red blend, named for Raymond Hodder Rudacille, the second generation of the family to farm and live on this land.

Glen Manor Morales Rose

Glen Manor Morales Rose

A blend of direct press (from grapes grown specifically for this rosé) and saignée (bled off from the red wines). Varietal composition varies by vintage, usually including Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Petit Verdot. Named for José Morales and his family, who alongside the White family have worked the vineyard since its establishment.

Glen Manor Sauvignon Blanc

Glen Manor Sauvignon Blanc

100% Sauvignon Blanc planted 1100ft above sea level, fermented in stainless steel.

Glen Manor St.Ruth

Glen Manor St.Ruth

A delicate and supple Merlot-dominant red blend, aged in French oak barrels.

About

Owner: The White family (for over 120 years and counting)
Winemaker: Jeff Raymond White
Vineyards: 18 acres of vineyards, plus 212 acres of pastures and forests
Soils: Deep, well-draining, rocky soils, predominantly silt and loam
Grapes grown: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Nebbiolo, Sauvignon Blanc, Petit Manseng

Quick facts:

  • Winemaker Jeff Raymond White is the fifth generation of the family to farm this land. His niece, Ashleigh Rae, who is now learning and working alongside her uncle, is the sixth.
  • The farm’s steep rocky slopes were originally planted with apple and peach trees by Jeff’s great-grandfather in the early 1900s.
  • The Glen Manor vineyards are situated on a western flank of the Blue Ridge Mountains, from 1000-1400 feet in elevation.
  • Permanent cover cropping is employed between the rows and under the vines to control vigor and increase the biodiversity of the vineyard.