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Catawba Grape JuiceThe Catawba grape is a member of the vitis labrusca family, native to North America. Its siblings include Concord and Delaware grapes. They are found primarily in the northeastern United States and Canada. Catawba grapes are widely planted for their sweet, rich taste and are prized for juice, jams, and jellies. The fruit matures in large well-formed clusters that mature late in the season.
|Meier's Premium Catawba Grape Juice, Meier's Wine Cellars|
John Michael Meier, a Bavarian farmer, planted 600 acres of Catawba grapes on his homestead just north of Cincinnati, Ohio. But it was his son, John Conrad Meier, who discovered a method of bottling fresh grape juice and maintaining its delicate flavor. That success is now part of Meier's Wine Cellars, Ohio's oldest and largest winery.
Using grapes from Lake Erie's tiny Isle St. George just two miles from the Canadian border, Meier's Wine Cellars is perhaps most famous for its non-alcoholic juices, including this premium Catawba grape juice.
|Catawba Grape Juice, Biltmore Estate Vineyards|
The first vines at North Carolina's Biltmore Estate were established in 1971. Today the 94-acre estate vineyard is the most visited winery in the United States. Located in a valley near the French Broad River, its varieties include Chardonnay, Riesling, Viognier, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. But Biltmore also bottles non-alcoholic products. It only seems fitting that this American castle, the nation's largest home, would choose Concord and Catawba native American grapes for its juices. Sip a little history with a goblet of Biltmore's still Catawba grape juice.
|Sparkling Catawba Grape Juice, Royal Kedem Winery|
The Royal Kedem Winery, is located in New York's Hudson River Valley. It's Kedem brand dominates the kosher sparkling juice market. Owned and operated by the Herzog family who fled Nazi Germany, the word Kedem is Yiddish for "renew our days as before." Kedem's Sparkling White Catawba comes from New York grapes.
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|Sparkling White Grape Juice, Royal Kedem Winery|
The Royal Kedem Winery, located in New York's Hudson River Valley, dominates the kosher sparkling juice market. Its gourmet juices include single varietals like Merlot, Catawba and Concord as well as blends. Perhaps its most exotic blend to date is its understated "White" sparkling grape juice, a delightful blend of Chenin Blanc, Thompson, Elvira, Catawba, and Niagara grapes.
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|Moon Valley Vineyard's "Celebration" Sparkling White Grape Juice|
Iowa's first producer of non-alcoholic sparkling grape juice is Moon Valley Vineyards. Using Edelweiss, Catawba, and Niagara grapes to produce its "Celebration" blend, this 12-acre vineyard uses all its grapes in the production of non-alcoholic products. No sugar, water, or flavorings are used to produce the light, crisp flavor.
|Sparkling White Grape Juice Blend, Stone Hill Winery|
Nestled among the rolling hillsides of the Missouri River in a setting reminiscent of Germany's Rhine Valley, is the little town of Hermann, Missouri and the Stone Hill Winery. In addition to its wine selections, this historic winery produces non-alcoholic products as well. Its sparkling white juice is a delightful blend of Niagara and Catawba grapes. Let it linger on your tongue and you will discover a unique blessing from America's heartland!