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Red wines range in flavor from dry to sweet, with an equal amount of color variation.
Made with pale-in-color grapes and a minimal-contact technique to obtain a lighter hue.
The grape is versatile, embracing the qualities of how and where it's made.
Known for its delicate nature and beautiful ruby-red color.
Cozy reds made from late-ripening grapes grown globally.
Aromatic, fruit-forward, and fresh: this dry white wine is hard to miss.
Dry, refreshing, and perfectly pink, rosé is your staple for hot summer days.
Those bubbles don’t come easy—sparkling wine is fermented twice for its signature pop.
Wine made with earth-based fining agents (aka, safe for vegans and vegetarians alike).
Explore your palette with dry wines—try something more sweet, or slightly more earthy.
The Golden State’s ideal growing conditions make it one of the world’s hot-beds for winemakers.
Made from fermented apple juice, cider is an ancient beverage that’s a modern favorite.
Semi Sweet Wine
Wine that borders a fine line of not too dry, and not too sweet.
Full Bodied Wine
Higher levels of alcohol and extract are what give these wines their fuller mouthfeel.
Sweet Red Wine
Wine that’s paused in its fermentation process to maintain higher levels of sugar.
Wine that contains a residual amount of sugar, resulting in a sweeter flavor profile.
Sweet White Wine
Concentrated sugars from a quicker fermentation process gives this wine its sweetness.
A white wine from Germany recognized for its unique, sweet personality.
A country with a growing wine market, with highly favorable growing conditions.
This country’s independent wine heritage allows it to produces ultra-unique wines.
An aromatic white grape with a stone fruit and floral nature.
The flexible nature of Grenache makes it great partner to a wide variety of foods.
Spain is a quickly developing winemaking country.
Eco-friendly wine is inherently more sustainable.
Pinot grigio is about as refreshing as it gets on hot day.
Merlot has an appealing lush fruitiness.
Zinfandel is the quintessential California varietal.
Italy is a place of native grapes and wines.
Light Bodied Wine
Light-bodied wine is all a matter of sensation.
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