País

The Chilean name for the Spanish grape, Listán Prieto. It’s been used mostly for bulk rosé until recently, where quality-minded, natural winemakers are launching tart, high-tannin reds made from País old vines.

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Moscatel de Setúbal

A rich and honeyed fortified dessert wine made primarily with Muscat of Alexandria grapes grown on the Setúbal peninsula in Southern Portugal.

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Cserszegi Fűszeres

chair-seggy foo-sar-resh Primary Flavors Peach Elderflower Grape Lychee Rose Taste Profile Off-dry Medium-light Body None Tannins Medium Acidity 11.5–13.5% ABV Handling SERVE 45–55°F / 7-12°C GLASS TYPE White DECANT No CELLAR 3–5 Years Food Pairing Given it’s aromatic style, try this exotic white with light meats or seafood in fresh Asian dishes like Vietnamese vermicelli […]

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Concord

An American grape of the vitis Labrusca species from Concord, Massachusetts; it is the most planted grape in New York, but used more for juice and flavoring than winemaking.

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Catawba

kah-tao-buh Primary Flavors Grape Watermelon Candy Strawberry Jam Violet Petrol Taste Profile Off-dry Medium Body None Tannins Medium-high Acidity 10–11.5% ABV Handling SERVE 38–45°F / 3-7°C GLASS TYPE Universal DECANT No CELLAR 1–3 Years Food Pairing Anything you’d pair with a Coke, you can pair with an ice-cold Catawba; try it with burgers and French […]

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