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White Juice Varietals

 


California Riesling
Chenin Blanc
French Colombard
Gewurtztraminer
Liebfraumilch
Malvasia
Moscato
Palomino
Pinot Chardonnay
Pinot Grigio
Sauvignon Blanc
Thompson (Seedless)
White Zinfandel
Torrontes

red wine


 

Italian Wines
Verdicchio
Trebbiano

Classic Whites
(By Order Only)
Australian Chardonnay
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

 

 

 

One 20 litre batch will typically yield 26 750 mL bottles.

See below for a description & price per 20 l batch.
Taxes extra, Prices are subject to change without notice.

California Riesling - Ancient varietal from Germany giving a complex and elegant wine. With floral aromas and apple, apricot or peach notes to compliment the acidity, this wine matures well. Similar to the Traminer, it can be sweetened or enjoyed very dry. It is cultivated all over Europe, Australia, South Africa and in California where it is often referred to as Sylvaner.
On Site Price: $94.99

Chenin Blanc - The dominant varietal of the Loire Valley in France. It is also cultivated in the cooler regions of South America, Australia, New Zealand and to a lesser extent in California. It has pleasant aromas of flowers, lemon and even melon. The Chenin Blanc is sometimes blended with other whites that have less of an organoleptic profile, and benefit from the high acidity of the Chenin Blanc that make it a fresh, nervous wine. When left with a residual sugar, it resembles the Vouvray style of wines. Generally considered a good wine to cellar.
On Site Price: $94.99

French Colombard - A highly productive native of the Charente area in Bordeaux, California has adapted this varietal for culture in hot climates. With spicy and floral tones and a good acidity, a lively dry wine can be elaborated.
Along with the Chenin Blanc and with some residual sugar, an excellent jug wine can be made. This varietal is getting a new breath since the French have begun to use some Californian techniques which have helped brign out the organoleptic profile of this wine.
On Site Price: $94.99

Gewurtztraminer - The Gewurz (which means spicy in German) is sometimes nicknamed “Traminer”. This vibrant blend produces a well-structured, strong wine with an intense and elegant finish. Thought to have originated in the North of Italy (in the village of Tremeno), it is more predominant today in the region of Alsace but is planted just about everywhere in the world today. The Gerwurtztraminer can be drunk relatively young, and can be softened or consumed dry as well. The organoleptic profile is very interesting with aromas of lychees, flowers and especially lavender, heightened by cloves and musk.
On Site Price: $94.99

Liebfraumilch - Liebfraumilch will consist of six or more different grape varietals, such as riesling and gewurztraminer. It is well balanced and well-suited to drinking on its own without food. Final results make a wine that has a dry, soft and fruity finish. An optional wine conditioner may be added
to sweeten up your wine.
On Site Price: $99.99

Malvasia - Malvasia is the name widely used for a complex set of grape varieties, typically ancient and of Greek in original and producing wines high in alcohol and often, residual sugar. Malvasia is the Italian corruption of Monemvasia, the southern Greek port which, in the middle ages, was famous for its desert wines. So important was Malvasia during the time of the Venetian Republic that wine shops in Venice were called "Malvasie". The finest dry white varietal Malvasia is made in Fruili.
On Site Price: $94.99

Moscato - Generally from Italy, there are several hundred varieties belonging to the Muscat family. The grape seed is also cultivated in temperate regions of France, Greece, Spain, Australia and California. Regardless of its origin, the Moscato’s unique smell and taste are easily recognized. The Moscato is distinct due to its concentrated aromas of musk, peach, apricot and parsnip. It can also be made as a desert wine....a sense-ation!
On Site Price: $94.99

Palomino - The grape that is used to make the famous Spanish Sherries (notable Jerez de la Frontera). As a table wine, the Palomino does not have very distinctive organoleptic qualities, but when used to produce a sherry, the result can be very special.
On Site Price: $94.99

Pinot Chardonnay - The worldwide success of the Chardonnay as a white wine is equivalent to the Cabarnet Sauvignon in the reds. The vine is relatively easy to maintain and versatile, and it is found in all the major viticultural areas of the world. With a distinct organoleptic profile, it has been a mainstay in France for centuries. Some Champagnes are also produced, such as the ‘Blanc de Blancs’. A complex combination of aromas mix beautifully, encompassing apples, lemons, melons, pineapple as well as butter, hazelnuts or vanilla combine to make a prime varietal. Its high acidity produces a fresh wine with extended storage abilities.
On Site Price: $99.99
Pinot Grigio - This variety produces a dry, rich, white wine that will often mature wonderfully. in italy this grape varietal produces some of the most popular dry white wines and sparkling wines. it is generally a rather light, white wine, slightly fruity, with good acidity.
On Site Price: $99.99
Sauvignon Blanc - Mainly cultivated in France and and California, it is also found in Italy, Eastern Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South America. The Sauvignon Blanc’s profile is very aromatic but predominantly herbaceous. Crisp and acidic, it is a wine that generally consumed young. Quite a unique varietal with some well-known names such as Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé.
On Site Price: $94.99
Thompson (Seedless) - A Sultana varietal, introduced in California by William Thompson.It has a relatively neutral organoleptic profile without any redeeming features. Especially used as an assembly must.
On Site Price: $94.99

White Zinfandel - White Zinfandel is a quaffing wine that is sweet, low in alcohol, and soft making it a popular choice with those who would not otherwise drink wine. Depending on the amount of sugar it contains, White Zinfandel can taste almost like a fruit punch, although some examples have crisp acids and are balanced in their own way. It is rare when a White Zinfandel is not manufactured with the intention of immediate consumption.
On Site Price: $94.99

 

Trebbiano (Italy) - Originally from the center of Italy, some estimations indicate that the Trebbiano may produce the most wine in the world. It can be found in France, Eastern Europe, Australia, South America, Portugal and California. Of fruity character, it has good acidity, medium alcohol and is frequently used in conjunction with other varietals with more dominant traits. The wine can be processed into brandy, some of the finest coming from Cognac and Armagnac.
On Site Price: $99.99


 

Verdicchio (Italy) - This white varietal produces a full-bodied, crisp, dry white wine, with good aromas and great bouquet. best enjoyed young and fresh. The name is due to its yellow-greenish grape that is widely planted in Italy in the Macerata region. This crisp wine is pale, light bodied and a bit acidic. This is also a great wine for producing sparkling "Champagne" style wines.
On Site Price: $99.99

Australian Chardonnay - Chardonnay grown in warm regions of Australia produces wines with ripe melon flavours, in the cooler areas the flavours tend to be more peach and citrus like, and some of Australia’s most popular Chardonnays are often blends of wines made from both warm and cool regions. With rare exceptions, Chardonnay benefits from maturation in oak, the oak flavour greatly complementing the fruit flavours of Chardonnay. Australian Chardonnay wines are best drunk when they are relatively young (1-3 years)
On Site Price: $149.99

Pinot Chardonnay - The worldwide success of the Chardonnay as a white wine is equivalent to the Cabarnet Sauvignon in the reds. The vine is relatively easy to maintain and versatile, and it is found in all the major viticultural areas of the world. With a distinct organoleptic profile, it has been a mainstay in France for centuries. Some Champagnes are also produced, such as the ‘Blanc de Blancs’. A complex combination of aromas mix beautifully, encompassing apples, lemons, melons, pineapple as well as butter, hazelnuts or vanilla combine to make a prime varietal. Its high acidity produces a fresh wine with extended storage abilities.
On Site Price: $99.99

 

Sauvignon Blanc - Mainly cultivated in France and and California, it is also found in Italy, Eastern Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South America. The Sauvignon Blanc’s profile is very aromatic but predominantly herbaceous. Crisp and acidic, it is a wine that generally consumed young. Quite a unique varietal with some well-known names such as Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé.
On Site Price: $94.99

 

Torrontes - A white Argentine wine grape variety, producing fresh, aromatic wines with moderate acidity, smooth texture and mouthfeel as well as distinctive peach and apricot aromas on the nose. On Site Price: $99.99


 
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