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The nose is quite spicy and sweet. There are notes of melted salty butter on granary toast, there are notes of toasty oak and a touch of rye with caramel sweetness. The palate is quite peppy and full. There ...
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COLOR You can spot our deeper and darker amber pour. TASTE Takes over your palate with big notes of oak, caramel and fruit. AROMA Expansive notes of maple sugar, toasted nuts and oak. FINISH Long and smooth ...
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The nose is quite spicy and sweet. There are notes of melted salty butter on granary toast, there are notes of toasty oak and a touch of rye with caramel sweetness. The palate is quite peppy and full. There ...
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Knob Creek is a small batch bourbon produced by Jim Beam, distilled in a more traditional style and aged 9 nine years. It is named for the area in Kentucky where Abraham Lincoln grew up, it is said that ...
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Made with a blend of the finest quality rye to create an extraordinarily smooth yet spicy finish. Shades of gold to light amber. Bold rye spiciness with undertones of vanilla and oak. Expansive notes of ...
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Copper to medium amber in color.Full-bodied, inviting maple notes that lift to smoke and are complemented with rich vanilla and caramel.Smoked hickory and maple wood, with hints of earthy grains.Smokey, ...
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The unique bourbon taste of Maker’s Mark can actually be attributed to pure, iron-free limestone spring water. Full-flavored, yet remarkably easy to drink, Maker’s Mark has a taste that took ...
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The unique bourbon taste of Makera s Mark can actually be attributed to pure, iron-free limestone spring water. Full-flavored, yet remarkably easy to drink, Makera s Mark has a taste that took year to perfect
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The unique bourbon taste of Makera s Mark can actually be attributed to pure, iron-free limestone spring water. Full-flavored, yet remarkably easy to drink, Makera s Mark has a taste that took year to perfect
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A worldwide favorite, especially when creating mixed drinks with a sophisticated, contemporary flair. Hints of pear and apple compliment floral aromas and mix with a taste of honey and spice. Smooth and ...
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Aroma of sweet vanilla, delicate spices and cloves. Notes of soft citrus, apricots, mangos vanilla, caramel and whipped cream. Smooth, semi-sweet finish.
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The 80 is a traditional bourbon, handcrafted with old-fashioned methods, using the finest natural ingredients, including at least 51% corn, along with barley and rye. Jimmy Russell states that 80 is an ...
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Ten High Bourbon 1.00l
Sale: $12.97
Ten High bourbon is a value brand proudly using the sour mash method of distillation, which is a process of quality control using prior fermentation yeast to start the next run. They call it a smooth, distinctive ...
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Wild Turkey 101 is a 101 proof (50.5% alcohol) bourbon that is a marriage of primarily 6-, 7-, and 8-year-old bourbons. Jimmy Russell notes that unlike some of its competitors, “Wild Turkey 101 has ...
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Amber gold color, very clear. Not quite as dark as a 3 year-old bourbon but getting there. Thin edge line on the glass when you swirl it, smooth layer of whisky on swirling.
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The U.S. is an expansive country with diverse geography and climate. The wide range provides several wine growing regions, including Oregon, Washington, New York and for local consumption in Texas, Virginia and the Carolinas. Despite this diversity, the vast majority of wine is still produced along the west coast in California. Napa and Sonoma are the most popular growing regions, but there are hundreds of wineries scattered throughout the country.

Regional identity is as indicative of the wine's features as it is in European growing countries, but American naming classifications are far less strict than those of old world wines. Wine varieties and blends from the U.S. have been produced for hundreds of years, but they have gained particular popularity in the last few decades. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to order U.S. wines online.

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