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CHARDONNAY


Oaked Chardonnays are rich, full-bodied and have additional flavors of vanilla, butter and even caramel from the oak.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON


Cabernet Sauvignon wines are traditionally solid wines with rather high tannins, a medium sweetness and high acidity. 

RED BLEND


A red blend is essentially any domestic wine that’s not made from a specific grape variety.

PINOT GRIGIO


Also called Pinot Gris, this grape varietal produces a light, acidic white wine.

TABLE WINE


Table wine is a wine of moderate quality considered suitable for drinking with a meal.

MERLOT


Known for being soft, ripe and elegant, most Merlots are easy drinking reds that go well with food as well as on their own.

MOSCATO


Historically known as a dessert wine, Moscato has a slight fizz and flavors of nectarine, peach and orange that are very pleasing to your taste buds.

WHITE ZINFANDEL


White Zin, is a dry to sweet, pink-colored rosé.

PINOT NOIR


Pinot Noir is typically a light to medium bodied, fruit-forward red wine —not too dry, but certainly not sweet.

SPARKLING


Sparkling wine is a carbonated wine, a wine that has bubbles, which usually takes on the name associated with the region or country specific to where the wine originated.

SAUVIGNON BLANC


Sauvignon blanc is known for its refreshing crispness, due to its high levels of acidity and low amounts of sugar.

SPECIALTY


Dessert wines and wines with a distinguished history, often released in limited quantities.

MALBEC


Malbec is a red wine that is a crowd-pleaser and easy to drink, with a ton of juicy fruit flavors. 

WHITE BLEND


White Blend is a catch-all category for white grape blends that are not based upon a traditional regional composition.

RIESLING


Riesling has strong floral aromas and  tastes like the nectar of apples, apricots, peaches and pears. It is usually crisp, due to its high levels of acidity.

ZINFANDEL


The primary flavors of Zinfandel are jam, blueberry, black pepper, cherry, plum, boysenberry, cranberry, and licorice followed by spice and often a tobacco-like smoky finish.
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