Browse through our wine varieties from dry to sweet.
The piercing aromas and crisp acidity of Sauvignon Blanc elicit strong and varied reactions.
Full flavored and easydrinking, Chardonnay is a favorite variety of wine drinkers and wine makers alike.
A well known and fashionable grape, Pinot Gris is a mutation of Pinot Noir that looks quite similar in the vineyard.
What many people don't know about Riesling is that it is one of the truly classic grape varieties.
Out of all red varieties, Pinot Noir is the most difficult to grow.
The most transportable and adaptable of all of the classic grapes, Cabernet Sauvignon has spread from its historical home in France to areas throughout the globe.
Merlot, with its soft, lush, fruity character, is referred to as Cabernet Sauvignon without the pain.
Malbec is soft, yet robust, intense, and full bodied.
There is a bit of a debate in the wine world as to the origins of the Syrah grape, known as Shiraz in Australia.
Zinfandel is synonymous with the Italian primitivo grape, though its origins are unknown.
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