Dr. Konstantin Frank Launches The Terrace at 1886

After months of construction and planning, Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery is launching their newest tasting experience on Tuesday, July 31st – The Terrace at 1886. The tasting experience will be a seated tasting experience on the newly constructed rooftop terrace at the historic Chateau Frank overlooking sweeping views of the vineyards and Keuka Lake. Elaborating…
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Ancient Georgian Technique Comes to Dr. Frank’s

When Ukrainian winery founder, Dr. Konstantin Frank, began planting grapes on the west side of Keuka Lake in the late 1950’s, he made sure to plant the ancient Georgian varieties Rkatsiteli and Saperavi.  Konstantin viewed these varieties as treasured links to his homeland where these varieties were also grown.  Over the years, these ancient varieties…
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Discover Our Single Vineyard Rieslings

                  Our single vineyard Rieslings are among the most terroir expressive in our wine portfolio.  They are also as unique as the women they are named after.  And while all of our Rieslings are of excellent quality, the 2016 Eugenia Dry Riesling and 2015 Margrit Dry Riesling…
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An Alsatian Recipe from our French Winemaker

We are fortunate at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery to have an international team of winemakers from France, South Africa, Germany, Australian and California.  Each member of the team brings their own unique winemaking expertise to the table from their respective country.  This expertise contributes to the overall quality of our wine. While our winemakers love…
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A Beautiful Wine Inspired by a Beautiful Woman

Behind every man, there stands a great woman. The Frank family is as much a part of our winery story as the extraordinary wines we are known for. In December 2015, we launched a wine series named after Frank women with a focus on our vineyards.  The first wine in our series, Margrit Dry Riesling…
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Dr. Frank’s Historic Plow Finds its Way Back Home

When Dr. Konstantin Frank purchased 100 acres on the west side of Keuka Lake in the late 1950’s, he knew that the site would be perfect for the cultivation of vinifera vines. It is often said that he bent down, tasted the dirt and said, “perfect”. Despite the steepness of the land and the fact…
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