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Here Are Our Newest ProductsWe have hand-picked these international and domestic gourmet juices and verjus as the newest additions to our menu of premium products. Remember, the juices in our web store are products we are proud to serve our own house guests.
We are always looking for gourmet quality non-alcoholic grape juices, apple ciders, and apple juices in 750ml bottles. When you discover a great new juice, cider, or verjus that you would like us to consider, please contact us with details. If we add your suggested product to our store, pick any bottle on our web site and we'll send it to you FREE.
|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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|Sparkling Blush 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 Blush comes from New York Concord, Niagara, and Catawba grapes.
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|2012 Muscat Canelli Grape Juice, Castello di Amorosa|
Life at the castle is always an exciting new adventure. And the 2012 haravest has produced a stunning new juice for Castello di Amorosa in California's Napa Valley. It is A sweet non-alcoholic treat made from 100% Muscat Canelli wine grapes. And if you know how the castle works, this is not your ordinary grocery store juice! That's the magic!
|"Fussy Gourmet" Red Muscadine Juice, Hoke County Vineyard|
Muscadine grapes love North Carolina. And they really love the intimate nine acres of Hoke County Vineyard where the annual harvest is done by hand. The vineyard includes Carlos, Supreme, Pam and this red Noble variety. Hand picking does not make the juice better, but it does connect your palate to the one who nurtured it to perfection!
|"Fussy Gourmet" White Muscadine Juice, Hoke County Vineyard|
In the shadow of North Carolina's Ft. Bragg military complex is a small county named after a decorated general of the Confederacy. In its early days the area was described as a "wilderness" and filled with law-breakers that had not been apprehended. Two-rut trails connected the houses and farms. Today nine acres of peaceful muscadine vines form Hoke County Vineyard. A sip of white Carlos juice on the porch would be a perfect setting for retelling some of those old tales about the boys who got away!
|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 Niagra and Catawba grapes. Let it linger on your tongue and you will discover a unique blessing from America's heartland!
|Lucille's Choice Scuppernong, Lu Mil Vineyard|
Lu Mil Vineyard sits on the family farm site of the late Lucille and Miller Taylor in North Carolina. The vineyard, which has grown to more than 58 acres, was named in their honor. But Lucille had a thing against alcohol; she didn't approve. To honor her commitment to a non-fermented life, the family has produced two non-alcoholic grape juices and named them in her honor. The Scuppernong is created from Carlos muscadine grapes.
|Lucille's Choice Red Muscadine, Lu Mil Vineyard|
Lucille Miller did not approve of alcohol and did not even own a vineyard. But after her passing, the family established Lu Mil Vineyard on the family farm. With more than 58 acres under cultivation, the family has honored Lucille by naming two of its non-alcoholic juices after her. Lucille's Choice uses Noble muscadine grapes.
|"Respect" Grape Juice, Sacred Memory Winery|
The Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and a small amount of Roussanne grapes used in "Respect" grape juice are not only the symbolic first fruit offered to the Lord but, in fact, the actual first wine grape tonnage to leave the field. Picking started at sunrise and grape clusters were hand selected. The result is a heavenly blend for sinners and saints alike!
|Gavioli Sparkling Blood Orange, Italy|
Italy's Tarocco Blood Oranges are one of the world's most popular oranges because of their sweetness and juiciness. The blood orange color of the fruit's flesh gives this Vitamin C-rich variety its name. Italy's Agricola Gavioli has combined the Blood Orange flavoring with three grape varietals -- Trebbiano, Malvasia, and Lambrusco -- to create this gourmet blend.
|Muscadine Grape Juice, Old North State Winery|
North Carolina's Old North State Winery started as a cooperative in 2002 and has since evolved into a winery owned by two families with one vision. The vineyards were established on farms that have been in the families for generations. Their muscadine juice is a blend of Carlos and Noble grapes.
|Miracle Grape Muscadine Juice, North State Winery|
Old North State Winery's Miracle Grape Muscadine Juice is antioxidant rich. Grown all naturally and bottled from 100% Noble grapes, a nationally certified testing laboratory has found that it surpasses Federal guidelines for microbiological purity. We like it just because it tastes great!
|100% Red Muscadine Juice, Gregory Vineyards|
When you stop by to relax at North Carolina's Gregory Vineyards, you escape to a quiet country setting and enjoy a view of rolling hills, vineyards, and spring fed lakes in a private country setting. Located in McGee's Crossroads, this 120-acre century old working farm is one of four wineries on the Muscadine Heritage Wine Trail and boasts seven award-winning wines in addition to its non-alcoholic juices and ciders.
|100% Scuppernong Juice, Gregory Vineyards|
North Carolina is the home of our nation's first cultivated grape. The earliest written account of the "White Grape," as it was called by our colonists, occurs in Giovanni de Verrazzano's logbook. "...Many vines growing naturally there. Grapes of such greatness, yet wild, as France, Spain, nor Italy hath no greater." Of the state's bounteous store, few have been more celebrated than the scuppernong grape. North Carolina's Gregory Vineyards is one stop along the Muscadine Heritage Wine Trail. This 120-acre century-old working farm boasts four non-alcoholic juices and ciders plus seven award-winning wines. This white muscadine juice is a blend of Scuppernong and Carlos grapes.