A special source of pride, pleasure, and distinction comes from the Northern Climate grapevines we grow. Marquette, Frontenac, Frontenac Gris, Frontenac Blanc, La Crescent, and Brianna are Northern Climate grapes created by the University of Minnesota to grow in the colder climates. Coyote Moon’s Northern Climate wines have been very well-received and garnered accolades across the country. These wines are on the cutting edge of the wine world and opening taste buds, and wine drinkers, all over the world to a whole new type of wine. The grapes themselves can survive -40 degrees Fahrenheit and harsh conditions making them perfectly suited for thriving in the Thousand Islands. Northern Climate grapes combined with Coyote Moon’s terroir produce wines that cannot be tasted elsewhere. The complexity of the soil, the minerals in the water table, and the essence of the air all combine to create purely exceptional wines. They are truly unique to the Thousand Islands Region and specifically Coyote Moon Vineyards.