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Cabernet Sauvignon

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Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the world's most widely recognized red wine grape varieties. It is grown in nearly every major wine producing country among a diverse spectrum of climates from Canada's Okanagan Valley to Lebanon's Beqaa Valley.
Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon exudes beautiful, dense, blackberry aromas that echo through the mid-palate. The mouthfeel is silky-smooth with soft, round tannins accented by a vanilla quality from aging one year in primarily French oak barrels.
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J. Lohr Cabernet Sauvignon is red-purple in color with a bright hue. Aromas of black currant, plum and black cherry are lifted by a bouquet of vanilla, toasted pastry and spice from a year of barrel aging. The palate is bursting with primary fruit and a broad, rich tannin structure.
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Justin Cabernet Sauvignon offers a merge of red and black fruits, delicate spiciness from carefully selected American oak barrels, and deep brooding opaque color. A meaty entry gives way to a generous back palate of supple but not shy tannins, a graceful flow across the palate, and a fine, debonaire finish. You'll think you outkicked the coverage on this fine bottle.
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Stag's Leap Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon offers aromas and flavors of black cherry, blackberry, cedar and forest floor get a boost of complexity from hints of rosemary, gentle fresh herbs, baking spice and vanilla caramel. The wine is deep, dark and intense, yet also signature Stag's Leap Wine Cellars: medium-full-bodied, firmly structured, powerful yet elegant, and with a long, succulent finish.
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Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon is scarlet in color. The nose is sweet fruit and smoked meats. This wine already has some bouquet - truffle mushrooms, vanilla style oak. The palate is creamy richness with nuances of leather and a cocoa-style fine grain tannin. The flavors and structure of this vintage are consistenet with the Caymus style - spice, toast, cassis- fully rich, yet supple.
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Chardonnay

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Chardonnay is a green-skinned grape variety used to make white wine. It is originated from the Burgundy wine region of eastern France but is now grown wherever wine is produced. For new and developing wine regions, growing Chardonnay is seen as a "rite of passage" and an easy segue into the international wine market.
Ferrari Carano is a full-bodied Chardonnay, this wine delights with aromas of apple, a hint of graham cracker, floral notes, and honey, perfectly balanced by flavors of lemon and pear on the entry and lingering, creamy marshmallow, toasted oak notes.
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J Lohr Chardonnay has aromas of pear, apple and stone fruits, combined with a perfumed roasted hazelnut and butterscotch bouquet from the barrel fermentation and sur lie aging. The flavors are very soft with ripe pear, tangelo citrus and vanilla toastiness, producing layers of complexity with a silky balance of fresh fruit acidity and palate-weight.
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Rodney Strong Sonoma Chardonnay provides bright lemon and apple aromas that mingle with hints of the toasty barrel complexity. On the palate, pear and green apple with refreshing acidity will lure you back for another sip.
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La Crema Sonoma Coast Chardonnay opens with an intriguing interplay of lively citrus and subtle toasted oak, laced with just a kiss of butterscotch. The palate is round and nutty, with flavors of yellow apple and orange adding lushness, while well-balanced acidity creates a lovely vibrancy.
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Sonoma Cutrer this vintage of Sonoma Coast Chardonnay opens with an intriguing interplay of lively citrus and subtle toasted oak, laced with just a kiss of butterscotch. The palate is round and nutty, with flavors of yellow apple and orange adding lushness, while well-balanced acidity creates a lovely vibrancy.
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Merlot

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Merlot is a darkly blue-colored wine grape, that is used as both a blending grape and for varietal wines. The name Merlot is thought to derive from the Old French word for young blackbird. Merlot-based wines usually have medium body with hints of berry, plum, and currant.
BV Napa Merlot is a graceful, balanced blend from several Napa Valley vineyards, this wine displays vibrant fruit character with lush aromas and flavors of black cherry, plum, mocha and spice.
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Duckhorn Merlot is a particularly complex and complete expression of Napa Valley Merlot, combining bright, lifted red fruit elements with darker, more extracted layers. This depth is on display in the aromatics, where notes of Asian spice, red currant, plum and blueberry crisp are supported by a subtle streak of earthiness.
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Ferrari Carano Merlot is a velvety wine with a complex nose of cinnamon candy, cherry cola, blackberry preserves, and exotic spices. A juicy, slightly viscous and rich mouthfeel is followed by notes of bittersweet chocolate, mocha and tobacco. This wine has full, generous tannins that coat the palate, impressive length and lasting acidity.
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Wente Sandstone exhibits aromas and flavors of black cherry, blackberry and plum with hints of black tea and toasted oak. A smooth mouthfeel and inviting tannis lead to a long, fruity finish.
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J Lohr Merlot has black cherry and pomegranate aromas are accentuated by the high fraction of Malbec in this year's blend. The toasty oak signature is reminiscent of hazelnut and dark chocolate. This soft red wine has a fine texture on the palate and finishes with a bright Rainier cherry fruit signature.
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Pinot Noir

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Pinot Noir is a black wine grape variety of the species Vitis vinifera. The name may also refer to wines created predominantly from Pinot noir grapes. The name is derived from the French words for "pine" and "black" alluding to the grape variety's tightly clustered dark purple pine cone-shaped bunches of fruit.
J Lohr Pinot Noir has a garnet color, and is adorned with aromas of red fruit, lilac, rose petal, vanilla and notes of sage and thyme. Tar, beeswax and oak frame the complex varietal character unique to Pinot Noir. Soft tannins on the palate give way to the fine, talcy finish on this very food friendly wine.
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A to Z Pinot Noir is spicy on the nose with aromas of apricots, blueberries, Bing cherries, blood oranges, gingerbread, white pepper, sweet Eastern spices, violets, tea and sweet pipe tobacco. In the mouth, the wine has refreshing acidity with silky tannins and rich flavors mirroring the aromatics.
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Cambria Pinot Noir develops aromas of ripe cherry, strawberry, cranberry and blueberry fruit on the palate. Red fruit, vanilla and cinnamon are balanced with subtle earthy flavors. The mid-palate has a silkiness that continues into a long finish.
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Cloudline Pinot Noir, on the nose, has an immediate burst of bright, fresh red fruits, including strawberry and raspberry, followed by an earthy quality. On the palate, the wine has fine texture, soft tannins, good acidity and a strong core of fruit. It is a wine that offers immediate pleasure, on its own, or better yet, in the company of a delicious meal.
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Sean Minor 4 Bears Pinot Noir is medium-bodied with cherry, strawberry and plum; surrounded by light toast flavors. On entry, the wine displays blue fruit characters that are balanced with spicy and earthy notes that frame the mid-palate. The vanilla and toast integrates well with the silky round tannins on the lengthy finish.
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Sauvignon Blanc

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Sauvignon Blanc is a green-skinned grape variety which originates from the Bordeaux region of France. The grape most likely gets its name from the French word sauvage ("wild") and blanc ("white") due to its early origins as an indigenous grape in South West France. Sauvignon blanc is planted in many of the world's wine regions, producing a crisp, dry, and refreshing white varietal wine.
Cakebread Sauvignon Blanc fresh, crisp and vibrant, offering bright honeydew melon, pink grapefruit, gooseberry and vanilla aromas and rich, mouthwatering, citrus, nectarine and melon flavors. An ideal apèritif wine.
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Ferrari Carano Fume Blanc has aromas of lime, kiwi, citrus, melon and a touch of grass are complemented by flavors of grapefruit, lemon, mango, and guava. Cool, stainless steel tank fermentation gives this wine a crisp freshness while the subtle oak character from barrel aging adds complexity and depth.
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Geyser Peak Sauvignon Blanc has luscious, deep scents of lemon grass, grapefruit and passion fruit jump from the glass to proudly proclaim this wine's varietal. A generous, fruit-forward palate shows juicy citrus flavors of lime and tangerine, balanced by bright, crisp acidity.
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Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc features bright grapefruit, key lime and mango aromas that are lively and refreshing. The wine has a vibrant intensity with a palate that opens to tropical fruit flavors and mouth-watering acidity. The mouthfeel is balanced and the wine has great depth that runs through the long finish.
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Seaglass Sauvignon Blanc features invigorating scents of lemon, lime, grapefruit, and freshly cut grass waft from the glass, while clean, crisp notes of gooseberries and tangerines awaken your palate.
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California

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Nearly three-quarters the size of France, California accounts for nearly 90 percent of entire American wine production. The production in California alone is one third larger than that of Australia. If California were a separate country, it would be the world's fourth-largest wine producer. The state's viticultural history dates back to the 18th century when Spanish missionaries planted the first vineyards to produce wine for Mass.
Cakebread Cabernet Sauvignon is redolent of warm berry cobbler, with lovely toasted boysenberry and blackberry scents joined by hints of wild cherry, loamy earth and oak vanillin. On the supple, beautifully structured palate, the wine offers rich, vibrant blackberry, plum and black cherry flavors framed by perfectly integrated tannins and a long, savory finish.
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Franciscan Magnificatis full-bodied and textural, with ripe flavors of black plum and cherry, cocoa and cassis. A concentrated, rich palate with round tannins leads to a long finish interwoven with blackberry, anise and mocha.
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Four Vines Naked Chardonnay is fermented in 100% stainless steel and has not seen any oak, nor does it want to. This is crisp, concentrated Chardonnay with all its natural acid. Naked exhibits apple, white peach, and pear, finishing long with hints of citrus and mineral.
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Duckhorn Decoy Red Blend has alluring aromas of blackberry, blueberry, black currant and raspberry, supported by holiday spice notes of cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom. On the palate, this wine is lush and juicy, with a fleshy mid-palate and soft, velvety tannins. Subtle oak-inspired elements of cedar and walnut accentuate the rich dark fruit flavors, giving them an enticing berry pie/cobbler quality.
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Sean Minor 4 Bear Sauvignon Blanc is rich and complex with aromas of ruby grapefruit, citrus and tropical fruit. On the palate, the combined flavors of fresh melon, fig and lime are balanced perfectly to form a crisp, mouthwatering texture and a lingering finish.
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France

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French wine is produced in several regions throughout France, in quantities between 50 and 60 million hectolitres per year, or 7–8 billion bottles. France has the world's second-largest total vineyard area, behind Spain, and is in the position of being the world's largest wine producer losing it once (in 2008) to Italy. French wine traces its history to the 6th century BC, with many of France's regions dating their wine-making history to Roman times. The wines produced today range from expensive high-end wines sold internationally, to more modest wines usually only seen within France.
Domaine Zind Humbrect Gewurztraminer - This dry white shows precise balance, and despite being medium- to full-bodied, seems elegant overall. Tangy acidity enlivens the apple sauce, lychee and clementine flavors, and there's lots of smoke and white pepper on the finish.
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Chateau Ducluzeau is deep and well structured with a ripe, mature, Merlot nose. Good mineral flavours with hints of spice, soy and blackurrants. Chewy with good length which gives it further aging potential although it is just about at its peak maturity now.
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Clos La Coutale Cahorsis known as the "black wine" of the Southwest—the deeply inky, earthy wines that seem to complement the regional fare of duck (and duck fat!) so wonderfully. Cahors is also the birthplace of Cot, the grape more commonly known as Malbec—a fascinating contrast to its South American brother. Smelling , of ripe mulberries, cassis, cardamom, carob, and black walnut husks, it offers a juicy and expansive palate through less sense of density and less textural refinement than that predecessor.
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Mas de Gourgonnier has pitch-perfect perfumes of a sensual summer in Provence—garrigue herbs and a touch of olives, black fruits and baking spices. Hedonistically full-bodied yet not overbearing in any way—this is balance at its most centered and poised, which is why it's going to last and last. 100% organic from field to cellar; pure black fruits and waves of silky energy from stem to stern. A great wine today—a treasure tomorrow.
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Chateau de Miniere Bourgueil smells of blackberry, sour cherry, soy, and toasted nuts that form the basis of a bright, sparely-textured but finely tannic palate presence. Salt, and tart, bitter berry skin and pits with a touch of espresso inform a persistent if somewhat severe finish.
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Italy

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Italy is home to some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Italy is the world's largest wine producer, responsible for approximately one-fifth of world wine production in 2005. Italian wine is exported largely around the world and has market share of over 10% in most Asian countries like India. Wine is extremely popular in Italy. Italians lead the world in wine consumption by volume with 70 literes per capita consumption, compared to 25 litres in the US, 20 litres in Australia, 40 millilitres in China and 9 millilitres in India. Grapes are grown in almost every region of the country. More than 1 million vineyards are under cultivation.
Allegrini palazzo Della Torre is characterised by a long, elegant finish. Deep ruby red in color, it has a delicious wild berry perfume, with flavour of raisins. The grapes Corvina Veronese, Rondinella and Sangiovese from the Palazzo della Torre vineyard follow two different paths: 70 % of the grapes are vinified immediately after the harvest, the remaining percentage is dried until the end of December. At this point, the wine ferments again with the dried grapes.
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Antinori PE'PPOLI Chiant Classico wine has an intense aroma of red berries, accompanied by hints of vanilla and chocolate. It shows great structure on the palate, especially characterized by a level of acidity which amplifies the persistence of the fruit.
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Bastianich Friulano is a typical Friulano, which expresses the history and terroir of Friuli. Medium-bodied, with ripe, luscious pear flavors carried by a refreshing mineral flavor and zesty mouthwatering acidity that mixed together create a perfect wine to enhance food. The Friulano grape is also characterized by a slight almond edge.
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Torre Rosaza Pinot Grigio is a straw-colored wine with golden reflections. To the nose, it gives off pronounced floral scents that become fruity, recalling the flavor of apple and ripened pear. The palate will find this wine soft and engulfing as it wisely combines good body with pleasantly acidic nervature, which provides for fresh drinkability. Well-balanced in all its components, this wine has a good level of persistence.
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Inama Soave Classico has a light yellow color. Elegant nose of sweet field flowers: camomile, elder flower, iris. Pleasant on the palate with sweet almond on the finish. Aperitif, delicate dishes, salads and white fish.
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South America

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Our southern neighbors are the value wine provider in the business. A combination of new world and old world flavors make South America's wine distinctive. Chile & Argentina are the regions producing the most wine coming out of the continent. The wines from this area are good value with a distinctive taste. They create new world wines with old world character.
Andeluna Malbec is bright ruby-red in color. A whiff of pepper-and-gunpowder reduction dissipates to reveal aromas of plum, cherry, dark chocolate, fresh herbs and spicy oak. Smooth and sweet, with good spicy lift to the plum, currant and chocolate flavors; a stronger cherry element emerged with air.
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Catena Chardonnay offers honeyed stone fruit flavors with a rich, unctuous mouthfeel, while the Tupungato vineyard lends citrus notes, pear and fig flavors with a strong minerality and a crisp finish.
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Clos de los Siete is dark garnet in color, this wine smells of cassis and well oiled leather. In the mouth aggressive tannins wrap the tongue in a leathery fist while flavors of wet dirt, cassis, and dried black cherries fuse into a rich mulch of tastiness. Quite young and in need of 2-3 years of age, this wine will be much more delicious with some time. As it is, those who appreciate something a bit more austere may really enjoy this wine.
Veramonte Primus has aroma's of Exotic spice, toast and hints of tobacco and mint. In the mouth flavors of Ripe red and dark berry fruit with spicy notes. Round mid palate with elegant yet powerful tannins.
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Casa Lapostolle Cabernet Sauvignon has an expressive nose full of fresh red fruit along with tobacco, on the palate cedar and tea leaf towards the finish. Finishing with very juicy tannins.
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Spain

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Spanish wines are wines produced in the southwestern European country of Spain. Located on the Iberian Peninsula, Spain has over 2.9 million acres (over 1.17 million hectares) planted—making it the most widely planted wine producing nation but it is the third largest producer of wine in the world, the largest being France followed by Italy. The country has an abundance of native grape varieties, with over 400 varieties planted throughout Spain though 80 percent of the country's wine production is from only 20 grapes—including Tempranillo, Albariño, Garnacha, Palomino, Airen, Macabeo, Parellada, Xarel·lo, Cariñena and Monastrell.
Burgans' Albarino has a bright greenish yellow color with golden tinges. Fruity aromas and complexity highlight nuances of ripe apple. On the palate, a distinct sweet character gives an intense, pleasurable sensation with a balanced and rounded structural finish.
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Scala Dei Negre is a fresh, intense, structured wine wth dominant fruity notes. Red cherry with bluish hues that denote its youth. A fresh aroma of ripe red berries with underlying mineral hints from the "licorella" terroir. A balanced wine with freshness, meaty, well structured and rounded. Pairs well with grilled meats, venison, cured cheeses, Iberian cured ham and other quality cold meats. Ideal for tapas and all kinds of pasta dishes.
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Evodia Garnacha offers a lovely perfume of spice box, mineral,and wild cherry. This perfectly balanced mix of flavors lends itself to an intensely fruity wine with loads of taste, a smooth texture, and apure, fruit-filled finish. Pairs well with white and red meats roasted.
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Lan Rioja Reserva is aged In American and French oak barrels for at least 12 months, followed by 24 months in bottle. Lan Reserva is a brilliant ripe black cherry red colour with good depth. Fruity aromas with elegant nuances of fine wood. Pairs perfectly with stews, spiced dishes, legumes and cured cheeses.
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Segura Viudas Cava Brut has aromas of white fruits, citrus and tropical fruits, and light floral notes. The palate is exquisite, complex and full of flavour, with good acidity and notes of lime and pineapple. It is dry and long on the finish.
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