Brotherhood Carroll’s Mead Honey Wine

Brotherhood Carroll’s Mead Honey Wine


Brotherhood Carroll’s Mead Honey Wine is crafted like a fine wine to retain fresh honey flavor and wildflower aromas, offering a delicate tasting experience.


In 1810, French Huguenot emigre Jean Jaques planted grapes in New York’s Hudson Valley. By 1839, the first underground cellars were dug, now the oldest and largest in the U.S., still used by Brotherhood Winery. The winery’s history continued through the Emerson family, Prohibition, and the Farrell family, embracing wine tourism.

In 1987, a partnership, including Chilean winemaker Cesar Baeza, transformed Brotherhood into a premier destination. A fire in 1999 led to a decline until 2005 when Baeza partnered with the Castro and Chadwick families from Chile, initiating a restoration and renovation program.

Brotherhood Carroll’s Mead Honey Wine stands out by avoiding the cooked or burned flavor common in some meads. Made like a fine wine, it retains fresh honey flavor and wild flower aromas. Adjusted with pure fresh honey for sweetness, it offers a delicate and delightful experience, perfect for sipping or pairing with cheese, meats, nuts, or Irish food.

Additional information

Weight 24 oz
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 15 in


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