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The Boone’s Farm Fan Club was founded in 2007 by enthusiastic drinkers who appreciate the value of Boone’s Farm - a flavored apple wine product produced in California. Available in many flavors, ...
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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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Sutter Home Mascato is extravagantly perfumed, with beautiful scents of white peaches, rose, and lichee. Well-balanced with good acidity and a lingering finish of sweet and creamy peach and honeydew melon ...
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An Italian liqueur, flavored with anise, elderberries, sugar and a secret combination of herbs and spices giving a licorice taste. Sambucas nigra is the scientific name for the elderberry.
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One of the many brands of cheap vodka or rotgut, but Majorska is surprisingly better tasting than the competition. It is 80 proof, but also comes in 100 proof bottles. Almost always bought by the handle ...
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SIMI Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon follows up on its deep, dark garnet color and ruby edge with lifted and pretty aromas of bright cherry, blackberry, plum, and cassis. Baking spice, cedar, and chocolate ...
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SMIRNOFF® Sours Berry Lemon combines Smirnoff No. 21 triple distilled vodka with the tart and tangy flavors of berry and lemon, resulting in a deliciously sour and sweet liquid perfect for a chilled ...
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Rich and butterscotchy, this Chardonnay is a fresh expression of the classic varietal. At least half the grapes in this blend were grown in our own vineyards; the rest we carefully selected from nearby ...
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Triple sec is a colorless, orange-flavored liqueur used in thousands of mixed drinks and recipes as a sweetening and flavoring agent. The orange flavor comes from the dried peels of prematurely-picked oranges ...
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Bright, fresh and fruit focused, our Gavilan Chardonnay reveals a delightful array of white flower, peach, pear and citrus notes. Hints of minerality come from the limestone soils, while the oak nuances ...
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Au Bon Climat started making “Nuits-Blanches” in 1996. Jim Clendenen decided to “show off” the exceptional grape quality at Bien Nacido Vineyard. We picked later, sorted more, and ...
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Ten High Bourbon 1.00l
Sale: $15.97
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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Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi White Zinfandel’s fruity aromas and flavors are reminiscent of summer’s raspberries and strawberries. A propriety blend of grape varieties adds hints of orange zest and sweet ...
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Beringer Founders’ Estate wines combine the legacy of Beringer quality with everyday value. Founders’ Estate wines are meant to be enjoyed immediately, and they display a delicate balance of fruit and acidity, ...
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We do things a little differently around here a and thata s what gives Jack Daniela s its distinctive character. We Charcoal Mellow our whiskey drop by drop, then let it age in our own handcrafted barrels. ...
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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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