Wine Chateau Loyalty Program
The Wine Chateau Loyalty Program is a great way to earn cash back on your Wine Chateau purchases!

Here’s how it works:

» You get 1 Point for each $1 spent
» Get 2% Back! Each Point is worth 2 cents.
» Every 500 Points is $10 Off your next order!


Points Rewards are redeemed in $10/500 Point increments.
Each time you hit 500 Points, $10 will be automatically deducted from your next online order.

Due to legal restrictions a small portion of our items do not have Points values.
 

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Alamos Cabernet Sauvignon



Alamos Cabernet is rich and expressive, with flavors of dark berries and spice reminiscent of wines from the Mendoza region of Argentina.

The province of Mendoza is renowned for housing some of the best winegrowing regions of Argentina. Tucked under the massive shoulders of the Andes Mountains in west central Argentina, Mendoza produces 80 percent of the country’s wines. The character of Mendoza wines is forged in high altitude desert vineyards watered by mineral-rich meltwater from glaciers and snowfields. Altitudes range from 1,000 feet to around 4,000 feet, where the foothills rise steeply toward the Andes’ peaks. Grapes for Alamos wines are sourced from Catena’s high altitude estate vineyards, as well as independent growers who have long-standing relationships with the family. High altitude means cool temperatures and clear air, and clear air means more sunlight for vines to use to build flavor in their grapes, helping to make Mendoza the source of Argentina’s well-earned reputation for top quality, unique wines that represent some of the best values on the world market today.  
2/10/2012 9:45:43 AM
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Alamos Torrontes



Flavors of citrus and peach, with a crisp finish and balanced acidity.

The province of Mendoza is renowned for housing some of the best winegrowing regions of Argentina. Tucked under the massive shoulders of the Andes Mountains in west central Argentina, Mendoza produces 80 percent of the country’s wines. The character of Mendoza wines is forged in high altitude desert vineyards watered by mineral-rich meltwater from glaciers and snowfields. Altitudes range from 1,000 feet to around 4,000 feet, where the foothills rise steeply toward the Andes’ peaks. Grapes for Alamos wines are sourced from Catena’s high altitude estate vineyards, as well as independent growers who have long-standing relationships with the family. High altitude means cool temperatures and clear air, and clear air means more sunlight for vines to use to build flavor in their grapes, helping to make Mendoza the source of Argentina’s well-earned reputation for top quality, unique wines that represent some of the best values on the world market today.  
2/10/2012 9:43:15 AM
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Barefoot Chardonnay



Slightly creamy, smooth wine is reminiscent of Fuji apples, pineapple, and sweet vanilla aromatics.

The Chardonnay pairs well with appetizers including fresh fruits and mild cheeses and also complements seafood or poultry dishes.  
2/7/2012 9:42:14 PM
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Alamos Chardonnay



Exhibits flavors of ripe apple and tropical fruit flavors, with a hint of spice and butterscotch from the oak aging.

The province of Mendoza is renowned for housing some of the best winegrowing regions of Argentina. Tucked under the massive shoulders of the Andes Mountains in west central Argentina, Mendoza produces 80 percent of the country’s wines. The character of Mendoza wines is forged in high altitude desert vineyards watered by mineral-rich meltwater from glaciers and snowfields. Altitudes range from 1,000 feet to around 4,000 feet, where the foothills rise steeply toward the Andes’ peaks. Grapes for Alamos wines are sourced from Catena’s high altitude estate vineyards, as well as independent growers who have long-standing relationships with the family. High altitude means cool temperatures and clear air, and clear air means more sunlight for vines to use to build flavor in their grapes, helping to make Mendoza the source of Argentina’s well-earned reputation for top quality, unique wines that represent some of the best values on the world market today.  
2/2/2012 11:46:50 PM
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