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An opaque, crimson red color coats the glass. Vibrant and concentrated aromas of tobacco and cedar intertwine with plum and boysenberry. Medium to full bodied, the wine shows elegance and structure as it ...
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The aroma is a striking combination of multiple spices, with earthy tones of bacon fat and leather. The real charm, though, is the underlying fruit. Big, grapey and supple, this wine is a textbook example ...
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The nose of this pinot noir has black cherry, cedar and spice. The black cherry continues onto the palate with blackberry, pinot spice and some bramble. Substantial, yet smooth mouthfeel with some light ...
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Our 2012 Pinot Noir has deep enticing aromas of red and black cherries and olallieberry accented by dried porcini mushroom, dark tea, sweet spices and wisps of incense. The wine is silky and seamless in ...
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Tasting: Aromas of fresh, ripe plums, red currant and violets intertwine with subtle notes of cedar and bramble bush. This medium-bodied wine is ripe and plush with flavors of plums, cherries and figs ...
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With eleven soil types and a variety of Pinot Noir clones, this beautifully complex wine showcases how the daily effects of cooling summer breezes and morning fog combine to produce an exceptional wine. ...
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The 2014 Carneros Estate Pinot Noir defines the classic Grace Benoist Ranch style with lifted red fruit aromas, ranging from pomegranate and red cherry to wild strawberry and raspberry, and a spicy entry ...
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Heady aromas of raspberry, cherry and wild strawberry jump from the glass, tinged with notes of anise and coriander. Pure and vibrant, the wine delivers sweet red cherry and berry flavors that pick up spicy ...
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Bright red-ruby. Expressive aromas of musky dark berries, mocha, chocolate, woodsmoke and earth, plus an intriguing balsamic quality. Supple, broad and soft, with purple berry and game flavors joined by ...
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The 2013 edition of our Estate Pinot Noir packs a full range of flavors. Beginning with the nose one encounters black raspberry, cherry, and plum along with savory notes of loamy earth, cola, and sandal ...
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Great pride is taken in the elegant, refreshing character of this Pinot Noir produced from Napa’s famed cool-climate Carneros district. It shows fresh violet, cherry and raspberry aromas and eschews over-extraction ...
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The Mitsuko’s Vineyard Merlot is a complex wine redolent of fresh black cherries, plum jam and wild violets enhanced by nuances of fresh pipe tobacco, garam masala and slate. This silky textured wine fills ...
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This delicate Pinot Noir, from our Carneros-Napa Valley vineyard, has black cherry and candied raspberry aromas enveloped by slight oak in the background. With features of sweet cherry, vanilla and raspberry ...
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As of 2001 there existed only 186 acres of this rare grape in California. Often the last grapes to be picked for the year, our Nebbiolo has generous notes of pomegranate and crisp bright cherry
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Winemakers Joel Gott and Dave Phinney have always seen eye-to-eye. For Eye Chart Wines, their second collaboration, they found inspiration in a vintage eye chart they came across a few years back. Though ...
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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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