When one thinks of great wine, they think of Bordeaux's, Chianti’s and Merlot. They are deep red, made from grapes that come from neat fields nestled under French and California hills. Hermit Woods Winery is trying to change all of that. Their wine is not made from grapes grown in idyllic vineyards, but from the fruits and berries of New England. Their winery in Meredith, New Hampshire offers award-winning wines made with rhubarb, crabapples, honey and strawberries that allows drinkers to taste the unique local flavor of the regions produce. Hermit Wood’s co-founders Ken Hardcastle and Bob Manley joined Boston Public Radio to talk about their wine and compete in this week’s news quiz.