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The Rolling Stones Forty Licks Merlot captures the attitude of Mendocino County’s style. Aromas of black cherry, with hints of mint are followed by rich flavors of plum, black cherry, brown sugar, cinnamon, ...
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This hearty dry red wine displays a beautiful ruby color and a harmony of complex flavors and aromas of jammy and lush black fruits with a carmel oak overlay.
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Big, bluesy, sexy, loud yet classic – that’s our The Rolling Stones Forty Licks Merlot. Forty Licks Merlot is quite complex in nature and equally full-bodied. The first varietal Wines That Rock ...
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The Woodstock Chardonnay opens with an enjoyable eclectic mixture of rich pear, mineral and papaya aromas followed by fresh flavors of Asian pear apple, citrus, and tropical fruit with great acid on the ...
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Parducci Chardonnay displays quintessential Mendocino flavors of Asian pear, wildflower honey and crisp apple with a creamy vanilla-caramel finish. Golden and well-rounded, it pairs fantastically with creamy ...
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Moniker Pinot Noir is a big, dark-hued wine sourced from three cool-climate Mendocino County vineyards, each imparting their own flavors: earth from Anderson Valley, intense berry from Redwood Valley and ...
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Black bears roam the Russian River headwaters and hillssurrounding the higher elevation vineyards that grow theexceptional grapes for this Sauvignon Blanc. This northern territory is a land of extremes, ...
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Recognizing the hearty nature of the Petite Sirah grape, we select individually-vinified small lots of premium varietal Petite Sirah grapes to blend a wine of bold, deep character and robust flavors. Petite ...
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Hawks circle above ridge top vineyards whose red soil produces the unique fruit for this Zinfandel. The older site offers a distinctive spice and leanness needed to keep the younger, bold vines in check. ...
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The vineyards that produce this Pinot Noir are located on the remote, southwestern outskirts of the Mendocino National Forest. Here the soils are rich and deep, imparting flavors that hint at the nearby ...
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Appreciating the luscious nature of the Merlot grape, we select individually-vinified small lots of premium varietalMerlot grapes to blend a wine of lush, charming character and supple flavors. Our Merlot ...
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Picture a land of independent thinkers, breathtaking natural beauty, and rocky hillside vineyards rising above the headwaters of a great river. This is Mendocino, inspiration for Sketchbook wines. These ...
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Aged Chardonnay vines watch over generations of salmon returning home to spawn in the gentle flow of the Ukiah Valley watershed. This elegant Mendocino County classic is a blend of bright fruit from the ...
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Boldly expressive of varietal character, True Grit RESERVE wines are the product of very selective fruit sourcing and hands-on winemaking. Each vintage gives the full range of expression for a fearlessly ...
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True Grit is both the name and description of these wines.These reserve wines are the product of very selective fruitsourcing and intense hands-on winemaking that result in wines that are bold expressions ...
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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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