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Fairbanks showcases full flavors and is perfect as a sipper or as an enjoyable element of a wonderful meal.
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Domestic cream sherry from Sheffield Cellars which is owned by Gallo. Cream sherry is usually darker, more full-bodied and sweeter than regular or dry sherry. Good served with desserts or as an after dinner ...
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Ripe and fruity, the Christian Brothers Ruby Port is an easy drinking fortified wine that is very good for marinating pears and other fruits.
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This amber-colored sherry has a surprisingly full body for a dessert wine. It exhibits a nice variety of sweet and noticeable nutty flavors, with pleasant undertones of toffee and roasted nuts. Great with ...
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Very dry domestic sherry from Sheffield Cellars in California which is owned by Gallo. A very dry sherry is less sweet, paler and lighter than other sherries and has a nutty, yeasty flavor. Good served ...
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Marsala, a type of dessert wine produced in sicily, has a dark amber colour and burnt sugar flavour, derived from the addition of grape juice that has been cooked and reduced to about one-third its original ...
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Composition: Proprietary Blend of selected, premium California Table Wines. Vinification: Cribari Marsala is comprised mainly of a base of slowly-baked Cream Sherry, blended with 10% Flor Sherry to enchance ...
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The tradition of mulled wine in our country goes back to before the Revolution, when it was quaffed piping hot in taverns, inns and homes. Brotherhood’s Holiday Wine carries on this colonial tradition. ...
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Taylor Dry Sherry, made from Concord grapes, is baked at 140 degrees until it develops the aroma, flavor, and color that producers are after; usually this takes two to three weeks.
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Gibson wine company Madeira is amber color ,bright, transparent product,free from any pronounced foreign flavor or odor.The aroma and flavor are clean and characteristics of Maderia.
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This Ruby Port is the ideal complement to rich desserts such as cheeses or chocolate cake. Characterized by a full body as well as a distinctive rich berry color, it can serve as a delightful alternative ...
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Deep garnet color. Spicy boysenberry, buttery caramel, straw, and nut aromas. A soft, silky entry leads to a sweet and somewhat limp medium-to-full bodied palate of boysenberry tart, spice, and white pepper ...
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Giancarlo Frazzitta, one of Italya s finest producers, makes Opici Marsala to our specifications. Dott. Frazzitta uses only Fine (Fee-nay) Marsala from the D.O.C. zone in Western Sicily. The secret of its ...
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The Christian Brothers Cream Sherry has been a popular alternative to aperitifs and after dinner wines. With its full bodied caramelized character, Cream Sherry makes a wonderful complement to chocolate ...
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Continuing The Christian Brothers’ long tradition of classic sherries, Dry Sherry is a wonderful before dinner drink. With its toffee and nut flavours, and hints of persimmon, this medium bodied sherry ...
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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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