Assyrtiko: Greek Treasure

Native to Greek island of Santorini Expresses nature of island’s volcanic soil Maintains its acidity as it ripens Bone dry

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Grüner Veltliner: Jewel of the Danube

Most widely planted grape in Austria, concentrated in northeast along the Danube Large plantings in nearby areas of Moravia (Czech

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Verdejo: The Spanish Knight

Native to the Rueda region of Spain High altitude vineyards with calcareous soils and wide diurnal swings Extremely aromatic grape,

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Roussanne: The Redhead

Native to Rhône region of France Unusual russet color when ripe Warm climates – rich wines – flavors of honey

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Torrontés – The Mountain Goat

Argentina – White Torrontés   –Thrives in northern Salta province of Argentina –Extremely high altitude (highest vineyards in the world

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Albariño: The Mermaid

Native to Galicia in northwest Spain and northwest Portugal. Plantings in cooler areas of California, New Zealand, Uruguay, Argentina. Distinct

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Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains: The Sweetheart

Small round berries Ripens early One of the world’s oldest grapes One of the few wines that taste like grapes

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Gewurztraminer: The Spice Box

Very aromatic, spicy lychee, floral, rose, passion fruit, savory finish High natural sugar, results in… Off-dry and/or High alcohol Cool

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Sémillon: The Courtesan

Sémillon gets its title because when lovingly produced it is downright sexy. Dry and sweet wines France, Sauternes, Bordeaux Blanc

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Chenin Blanc: The Jack of All Trades

The title is a reference to Chenin’s versatility. Chenin Blanc’s original home is the Loire Valley of France, especially the

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