To make great wine starts with great juice. We purchase only the best products from Italy, California and Chile. Below is a list of all red and white wine juices now available.
Red Wine Juices
Barbera: vivid hue of red which characterizes full fruity flavors. This wine has a minimal amount of tannins which means it will not be astringent. Taste perception can vary from fresh cherry to a plumy boldness. If aged, this wine can have a touch of spiciness.
Cabernet Franc: pronounced character, soft but distinct tannins and deep color, ages well. Usually blended with other grapes to produce a light to medium bodied wine. Fruitier than Cabernet Sauvignon.
Cabernet Merlot: Flavors of black current and cherry, the Merlot blend smoothes it. A full bodied wine and its pungent flavors linger on the palate.
Cabernet Sauvignon: rich, intense wine that has aromas of deep berry fruits and flowers. Has a smooth lingering finish.
Carmenere: a deep colored full-bodied, dry and fruity red wine. Aromas of spice, jam, raspberry and dark chocolate with flavors of tobacco and fig.
Malbec: Makes a dry spicy wine. Powerful character with blackberry, plum, red pepper, sweet cherry, spice licorice, and deep bittersweet notes, almost like unsweetened chocolate or espresso.
Merlot: softer and fruitier than Cabernet Sauvignon but has many similar characteristics to it. It has black cherry, currant, cedar, and green olive tasting notes.
Petit Syrah/Petit Sirah: its blackberry and spice aromas make a robust wine with a dark inky color. Makes a well balanced wine and can be described with scented flavors of carnations and violets.
Pinot Noir: aromas resembling black currant. Sweet fruitiness and low tannins. Aging brings out a spicy and smoky flavor. Its flavors are reminiscent of sweet red berries, plums, tomatoes, cherries and occasionally have a notable earthy or woody flavor-depending on growing conditions (terroir).
Sangiovese: ruby red in color has a luscious red cherry character with hints of violets.
Syrah: A dark, rich color and has a ripeness that delivers a full zesty finish.
Zinfandel: a deep red, spicy, peppery wine with a hint of fruit favors of berries or dark cherries.
Chardonnay: tasting notes of apples, pears, lemons, peaches and grapes. Terroir has a significant influence on this variety’s chemistry and flavors.
Gewurztraminer: One of Germany’s best known varieties its name translates to “spice.” It is naturally high in sugar and well balanced in acidity. Typically off-dry with aromas of roses, passion fruit and floral notes.
Muscat, Muscato, Muscatel Alejandria : has a sweet, floral aroma. Due to the high level of sugar it is commonly used for sweeter style wines. However, it can be used to make a wine with high alcohol.
Pinot Grigio: A soft, gently perfumed white with hints of honey nut to spicy musk. One of the most popular whites.
Riesling: A very aromatic grape variety that displays a flowery perfume. Usually makes a semi-sweet or dry wine. Fruit flavors may range from peach, green apple and citrus. It is a very “terroir specific” wine (influenced by its place of origin).
Sauvignon Blanc: light to medium-bodied dry wine that develops an herbaceous bouquet & spicy taste.
Thompson Seedless: a grape used to make sweet table wines. Has a greenish white color.
Viognier: intense fruitiness but shows a dry and aromatic finish.
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