"He's calm pretty much anytime," says coach Brad Stevens, who will be in the Celtics' room Thursday."Obviously he's got a competitive side, a very fiery side.While Rose Bank is scoring successes with its reds, whites and specialty wines, Fleming is intent on keeping the winery artisanal and small.
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Rose Bank has recently produced a new apple wine, as well as a pumpkin-flavored elixir called Hallowine.
A fun and flavorful nod to harvest season and Halloween, Hallowine was wildly popular upon its debut this autumn.“We sold out of the first batch very quickly and were bottling a second batch the first week of November,” says Fleming, who notes that Rose Bank’s longer term plans include building a subterranean wine cave for storage and production.
But soon, the skilled vintners could be crafting delicious beers in a new brewery on the historic Newtown Township land upon which they ply their wine trade.
That’s one of a number of exciting developments at the family-owned winery, which was wrapping up work this autumn on a building that will house the brewery.“He has done great work with the wines and we think he’ll do the same with beer.”Of course, wine will continue to be at the center of Greyling’s focus.On that account, he has already been crafting unique creations.This fall, Luke will release his debut album, , featuring the lead single “Hurricane.” “I grew up listening to Vince Gill and Brooks & Dunn.Those were the two I was singing at 5 and 6 years old. I was 6 and my mom and my grandma told me I was going to a minor league baseball game, but they were really taking me to Verizon Wireless Amphitheater to see Vince Gill.That’s thanks, in significant part, to Rose Bank’s talented winemaker Ray Greyling.