We received over 20 new wine kits this week.
En Primeur Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico
En Primeur Golden Heights Australian Chardonnay
Cellar Classic Winery Series Italian Amarone w/ Corvina Grape Skins
Cellar Classic Winery Series Old Vine Zinfandel w/ Zin skins
Cellar Classic Winery Series Chilean Carmenere with Carmenere skins
Cellar Classic Winery Series Spanish Tempranillo Cabernet with Cabernet Sauvignon skins
Cru Select Platinum BC ( Okanagan ) Red Meritage with Cabernet Merlot GenuWine dried skins
Cru Select Cabernet Carmenere Malbec
Cellar Classic Harvest California Cabernet Syrah Zinfandel
Cru Select Platinum Chianti Riserva – Italian
Cru Select Platinum Old Vine Zinfandel – Californian
Cru Select Platinum Pinot Noir – CaliforniaCru Select Platinum New Zealand Unoaked Chardonnay Cru Select Platinum Argentine Trio (Viognier, Riesling, Chardonnay)
Cellar Classic Cabernet / Merlot
Cellar Classic Grande ShirazCellar Classic Rosso Grande
Cellar Classic Grande Vieux Château du Roi
Cellar Classic Bella Bianco™
Grand Cru International Chilean Malbec
Grand Cru Petite Syrah
Orchard Breezin’ Banana Pineapple Viognier
Lounge Cosmo Wine Cocktail Kit
We also recieved 4 Pinot grigio kits early in the week.
Making wine is a centuries old practice. Historians can trace wine making back through the ages to early Mesopotamia; the Egyptians left clues about the wine-making process in ancient hieroglyphic carvings and the Greeks forever immortalized wine with their worship of Dionysus, the god of wine.
Over the years, meticulously tended vineyards, secretive processes and favored labels by aristocratic society have made many wealthy wine-makers; think Kendall-Jackson (Jess Jackson) and Robert Mondavi. But thanks to global commerce, new technology and some really enthusiastic wine consumers, you don’t have to contribute to their bank account anymore. Making your own wine is fun, easy, close at hand and economical!
You don’t have to grow your own grapes or buy any oak barrels – we have all the ingredients, equipment and know-how to get you off on your own path towards bottling your own vino. Its easier than you think and cost a lot less per bottle than buying labels so why not try it? Go ahead, channel your inner Gallo brother.
Learn more by visiting us this week – 147 Front St. Swansboro NC.
For a brief glance at the history of wine-making, visit AnyHeart.org.