|2013 Zinfandel Verjus, Kokomo Winery|
Kokomo Winery is one of the elite boutique wineries of Sonoma County, California. Launched in 2004 by owner and winemaker Erik Miller, the winery was named after his hometown of Kokomo, Indiana. The varietals they focus on consist of Zinfandel, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Petite Sirah, Merlot, Grenache, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc. Their 2013 Verjus comes from 100% Zinfandel grapes.
Verjus is tart -- not sweet!
|Gavioli Sparkling Green Apple, Italy|
Gavioli sparkling green apple is a refreshing blend of freshly pressed Trebbiano, Malvasia, and Lambrusco grapes from Italy and natural apple flavor. Gavioli does not use added sugars or artifical coloring. This Italian producer has blessed the North American market with a broad range of non-alcoholic flavors.
|Cleebronn & Güglingen's Pecco Sparkling Grape Juice|
We are delighted to be able to offer this rare sparkling Trollinger grape juice from the Württemberg wine region of Germany. Most of this varietal is consumed locally, making its presence outside the region very rare. Germany is known for its sparkling grape juices. Trollinger juice is light to ruby red in color. It is light, fruity, slightly acidic, and the aroma shows hints of wild cherries, red currants, and nutmeg.
|Sparkling Chambourcin Grape Juice, Oakencroft Farms|
Oakencroft Vineyard and Winery, established in 1983, pioneered the Virginia wine industry. But an ownership change in 2008 sent the company on a new path -- premium grape juice. One of its newest gifts to each of us is its sparkling Chambourcin, pressed from grapes harvested at the peak of flavor. As you sip this gently carbonated juice, you may taste luscious notes of black cherry and fresh berries.
|Sheffield Heirloom Winter Pearman Sparkling Cider|
Sheffield Ciders of Washington State has introduced Winter Pearmain Cider as part of its Heirloom varieties. This apple is speculated to be of eastern United States origin, and was recorded in 1849, but others claim it is an English apple that dates to 1200 A.D. The yellowish-white flesh of this dessert apple is crisp, juicy and tender. Enjoy a sophisticated, delicate flavor with a light touch of sparkle that does not knock you over with sweetness or tartness!
| Premium Bronze Muscadine Juice, Ward Farms of Whitsett|
John Ward of Ward Farms once plowed over acres and acres of tobacco. But that all changed when he diversified and replaced tobacco with muscadine grapes. These native grapes to the humid North Carolina coastal areas were discovered by colonists looking for food in their new land. Today you can enjoy Ward Farms golden grape juice made from the Carlos Muscadine varietal.
|Premium Red Muscadine Juice, Ward Farms of Whitsett|
Ward Farms of Whitsett is a 5th generation of farmers in North Carolina. After leaving tobacco production in the late 1990s they decided to become a more diverse farm operation. They found that the soil was great for muscadine grapes and blueberries. Now you can enjoy their wonderful juice made from the Noble Muscadine varietal.
|Sparkling Pink Catawba Grape Juice, Valley Vineyards|
In 1969, Ken Schuchter dreamed of leaving his desk job and revitalizing the family farm in Warren County, Ohio. An agriculturalist suggested growing grapes because of the area’s favorable soil and climate conditions. It was an inspired idea since the Schuchter family included generations of grape growers going back to their origins in Austria. Today you can enjoy Valley Vineyard's sparkling Pink Catawba grape juice and toast a fine decision to give up that desk job so we can all enjoy gourmet grape juice from Ohio!
|Red Muscadine Grape Juice, Ison's Nursery and Vineyard|
Ison's Nursery and Vineyard is much more than another Southern producer of muscadine grapes -- though it is the largest and oldest. The nursery has also been at the forefront of creating new muscadine varietals. One of those creations is the Ison Muscadine. Now you can enjoy this unique red juice from their signature grape.
|Bronze Muscadine Grape Juice, Ison's Nursery and Vineyard|
Ison's Nursery and Vineyard celebrated its 80th birthday in 2014. This Georgia grower is the oldest and largest producer of muscadine grapes. One would therefore expect that its pantry would be filled with all sorts of muscadine goodies including this bronze colored juice from the Tara Muscadine varietal.
|Sparkling Seyval Blanc, Oakencroft Farms|
Oakencroft Farms, producer of premium grape juices, has blended its signature Seyval Blanc and Traminette grapes with a gentle carbonation to create a perfectly blended Sparkling juice. The festive result is an all-natural juice with a hint of citrus and ripe pears. For some of us, Seyval Blanc is one of our favorite white grapes!
This juice is lovingly bottled by hand rather than by machine!
|Genuine California Grape Juice, 2013 Blend,Castoro Cellars|
All great juice starts in the vineyard. At Castoro Cellars the main focus is to produce the best fruit possible, while leaving a minimal impact on the environment. Their sustainably farmed estate-grown vineyards produce the highest quality fruit and in turn make some of the best juices in Paso Robles. This year's bottling blends Zinfandel, Merlot, and Syrah.
|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.
|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.
|2014 Pinot Noir Verjus, Navarro Vineyards|
Navarro Vineyards began producing Verjus in the late 1970s using various grape varieties each year. This year's Pinot Noir Verjus is a beautiful golden color. Some have suggested that it is a rival to Navarro's award-winning 2012 Gewurztraminer verjus.
Verjus is tart -- not sweet!
|"Limited Edition" Sparkling Pumpkin Spice Cider, Knudsen's|
The familiar color and taste of pumpkin has found its way into Knudsen's "Limited Edition" Pumpkin Spice Cider. This delightful sparkling juice is a perfect match for those pumpkin donuts we devour each fall. Tired from a day finding the perfect gem in the pumpkin patch? Just put your feet up and enjoy a glass of cold pumpkin cider!
THIS IS LIMITED EDITION CIDER
|"Limited Edition" Sparkling Cider & Spice, Knudsen's|
The folks at R.W. Knudsen have launched their "Limited Edition" ciders just in time for the holidays. The Cider and Spice starts with apple juice and then adds a delightful blend of allspice, cinnamon, cloves, orange peel, lemon peel, and orange oil. With a light touch of sparkle and it's golden color, you will be reminded of crisp morning air and the fall colors we love so much.
THIS IS A LIMITED EDITION CIDER
| "Limited Edition" Sparkling Caramel Apple Cider, Knudsen's|
Apples and caramel go together like butter and popcorn! Knudsen's genies have taken those classic flavors and stuffed them into a bottle of "Limited Edition" Caramel Cider. Now you can enjoy the taste without wondering how you are going to get your teeth unstuck from all that caramel goodness. Who is behind this? Your local dentist? We're not telling!
THIS IS A LIMITED EDITION CIDER