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Grapes Red Wines


A better quality red table wine, high in acidity, resembles Piedmont's type of Italian Barberone

Cabernet Franc

Generally blended with Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot as a Bordeaux. Generally lighter than Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon

Originally from the Bordeaux region of France. This varietal grape produces a dry red wine


Once a popular French red grape grown in Bordeaux. Can be made straight or excellent when blended with either Cabernet, Syrah or Petite Verdot


Produces wine generally softer, with higher alcohol content, rounded and more supple than Cabernet Sauvignon

Petite Syrah

A varietal grape that produces dry, full bodied tannin red wines, excellent with big seasoned meals. Good for color & firmness in blend

Petite Verdot

One of Bordeaux's classic black grape varieties.Yields concentrated tannic wine, rich in color with an extra spicy note. Ideal for Bordeaux style blends


Ideally blended with Cabernet, Merlot or Zinfandel


Hearty, robust red wine filled with fruit, tannin, depth and complexity


Makes a full-bodied tannin red wine. Make it straight or use in any blend

Old Vine Zinfandel

50 year old vines. Hearty, robust red wine filled with fruit, tannin, depth and complexity. Ideal for long aging