Hand-crafted, single estate wines from Paso Robles grapes
made at Utah's First Urban Winery in South Salt Lake.
Established in 2000 by avid wine lovers Michael and Elva Knight, and David Olson, Kiler Grove Winegrowers is a family-owned and operated enterprise that produces Rhône-style wines from grapes grown on ten acres near Paso Robles, California. Winemaker Michael Knight draws on 40+ years of grape growing and wine making experience to craft well–balanced wines that span Old World and New World styles. With the winery’s move to South Salt Lake this year, Kiler Grove is now Utah’s First Urban Winery.
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NOW AVAILABLE: OUR NEW SNAKE RIVER VALLEY RIESLING
Last fall we decided to look for grapes from the Intermountain West that might be suitable to make a couple of new wines, and we discovered a vineyard in the Boise valley that grows some nice Riesling and Syrah. The Riesling grapes were affected with Botrytis, also known as “noble rot”. Many of the world’s most famous sweet wines are made from grapes like these, so we decided to grab them and give it a go. We’ve been pleased with the results, and look forward to sharing our new wine with all of you in the next couple of months. This short movie shows us crushing and pressing the grapes.
Crushing and pressing the Riesling