Mead, or honey wine, while widely available in the Old World, is becoming increasingly popular in the New World. Here are some tried and true Mead recommendations. If you have a Mead suggestion or two that you'd like to share, please post it on the Wine Forum.
The Black Raspberry Nectar or the Traditional Mountain Honey Wine are both delicious. The Traditional Mountain Honey Wine is great served slightly warmed. Give the Black Raspberry Nectar a go on a scorching summer day - the essence of refreshment!
Bunratty Meadis made in the shadows of Bunratty Castle, built in the 15th century, and overlooking Ireland's famed River Shannon. Carefully crafted from an old Irish recipe that includes honey, white wine and herbs - this Mead is fairly sweet and suitable for a variety of palates and occasions.
This 2003 Gold Medal Winner at the International Mead Festival is a delightfully sweet honey wine. Perfect with a wide range of dessert options.
The Oliver Camelot Mead is crafted in a lighter style with the easy going honey aromas and flavors in full view, but refined by a bit of floral and a hint of acidity.
This is definitely a dessert Mead, very sweet with rich flavor. Take this Mead with a slice of cheesecake and enjoy!
This is a traditional mead, made in it's original homeland. The Lurgashall Christmas Mead is a honeyed wine that is perfect for sipping at room temperature, on the rocks or to turn it up a notch add the wine to a pot and empty the mulling bag of spices (comes with the bottle) for a delicious mulled honey wine that will warm you up in no time at all.