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Fresh Italian Grape Juice

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Amarone “The Great Bitter” - a dry Italian wine. This full bodied wine is very ripe, raisin, and has very little acid. This ruby purple wine will not disappoint any dry wine lover, especially with its unique flavors of licorice, tobacco and fig.

Barbara Vivid hue of red which characterizes full fruity flavors. This wine has a minimal amount of tannins which means it will not be astringent. Taste perception can vary from fresh cherry to a plumy boldness. If aged, this wine can have a touch of spiciness.

Bardolino A dry, soft, delicate Italian wine that exemplifies a bitter after taste. It has a delightful fruity aroma. Fun Fact: In the 1800s, Bardolino must was fermented in waterproof holes in the ground which were covered by stone slabs.

Barolo Has a profound red color and is thick and complex with flavor. Barolo can have tasting notes of roses, fruits, oak, and licorice.

Brunello Has a profound red color and is thick and complex with flavor. Barolo can have tasting notes of roses, fruits, oak, and licorice.

Cabernet Sauvignon Rich, intense wine that has aromas of deep berry fruits and flowers. Has a smooth lingering finish.

Chianti Very young tasting. It has the fruity fresh appeal of Beaujolais and is usually a Sangiovese grape blend.

Dolcetto “Little Sweet One.” Traditional styles are light purple in color with low tannins, cherry, raspberry, jammy flavors with hints of spice.

Lambrusco An Italian wine known for its natural effervescence. A sweet medium bodied wine that has berry tasting notes and a high acidity.

Merlot Softer and fruitier than Cabernet Sauvignon but has many similar characteristics to it. It has black cherry, currant, cedar, and green olive tasting notes.

Montepulciano Hearty and acidic. It has dark fruity flavors and surprising hints of cocoa, chocolate, and caramel.

Nebbiolo A full flavored wine with well-balanced, high levels of acidity and tannins. Its aroma is memorable with roses and tar.

Sangiovese  Ruby red in color has a luscious red cherry character with hints of violets.

Valpolicella Dark and fruity, similar to Zinfandel

Tuscan Rosso

Frascati Italian white wine which can be either dry or sweet. Has a citrus, floral flavor and striking acidity.

Pinot Grigio A soft, gently perfumed white with hints of honey nut to spicy musk. One of the most popular whites.

Soave Classico Made with Garganega grapes (sometimes a small percentage of Trebbiano di Soave is added to the blend), Soave offers a naturally rich consistency and freshness that is never too biting or acidic. Depending on the vineyard site, it can deliver dry mineral tones as well as stone fruit, honey and dried sage.  “It’s the wine you can count on to pair with anything.”

 Trebbiano A refreshing, light-bodied white wine that has minimal aroma with subtle hints of lemon and stone minerality on the palate. It’s generally dry and crisp and has a fruity flavour finishing with a bitter almond note. Its easy-going qualities and medium alcohol content make it a very food-friendly wine, which is why it’s the most common varietal in Italy. The majority of Trebbiano wines are made to be enjoyed young.

Vermentino The bouquet of this wine is intense, with clean notes of grapefruit and hints of spices and bread crust. The refreshing palate and pleasant finish makes this a perfect aperitif, and is also a tasty accompaniment to fish dishes.