MORLEY — Sandy and Aaron Sedine of Morley have taken their wine-making hobby to the next level, opening a new small wine-making business called Heavenly Vineyards.
Wine-making has been a fun hobby for the Sedines for the past decade. Though both of them still work full-time jobs, the couple decided to open up a business, offering a variety of locally-made wine. Since April 21, the Sedines have been selling as many as eight kinds of wine in a building Aaron, a mechanical engineer, built by hand.
“It’s a new and different kind of business for this area,” said Sandy, an art teacher at Tri County High School.
The Sedines are hoping to add some more flavors this summer, including blueberry, strawberry, peach and rhubarb.
Heavenly Vineyards has red wines such as a luminous dark cherry called Rusty Red and a full-bodied oak-flavored wine called Vieux Chateau Du Roi; white wines, such as “a spicy German tongue teaser with a fragrant aroma” called Valley White, and a deeply colored, cinnamon-flavored white wine called Big G. There are also fruit wines, including lemon and sweet tart cherry, and a dessert-style wine called BlackJack, which is a flavorful black cherry wine made with Michigan cherries.
Tasting room hours are from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays.
Appointments can be made, as well.
Heavenly Vineyards is at 15946 Jefferson Road in Morley.