California

California

It hasn't always been domestic bliss; these west-coast wines have a history as complex as their impeccable flavor; plagued with pretense, politics and national and natural tragedies, California has proved it's definitely a solid state. After missionaries benevolently planted vinifera grapes around 1780, these vines spent the next few eternities doing the kind of penance that certainly earned them their righteous flavor.
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  • Greystone Cellars Merlot 2012

    Ruby Red and Spicy aromas of black pepper are layered over abundant black cherry and cream soda notes. The flavors of ripe cherry plays nicely against vanilla, allspice and hints of mint. The wine is perfect to enjoy with friends and a burger tonight!

    • Greystone Cellars Chardonnay 2014

      Greystone Cellars' Chardonnay is a classic that never goes out of style; golden delicious apple aromas are layered with minerality and vanilla cream with hints of baking spice. Bright acidity holds together the delicate pear and crisp apple flavors, but finishes with a lush, creamy texture.

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