Featured: Sobon Estate Viognier Viognier (vee-oh-nyay) has recently increased in popularity among consumers. Most known as the principle white grape variety in the northern Rhône, Viognier is capable of producing extraordinary wines with peachy aromas...
Featured: Il Duca Moscato d'Asti
Moscato (mo-SCAH-toh) is a semi-sparkling, sweet wine that will tickle your taste buds. This delightful dessert wine pairs nicely with fresh berries, and desserts... Learn More
Featured: Mendoza Station Torrontes
A favorite in Argentina and Uruguay, the Torrontés (Tohr-ROHN-tayss)grape is thought to be related to the crisp, aromatic white wines of northwest Spain.
Featured: Paradise Peak Sweet Gewurztraminer
Gewürztraminer (geh-VAIRTZ-trah-mee-ner) translates to “spicy grape” with loads of exotic, spicy fruit flavors including lychee, citrus and peach... Learn More
5. CHENIN BLANC
Featured: Spier Chenin Blanc
Most famous for the off dry to sweet white wines of Vouvray, Chenin Blanc (shen-in-blahnk) is well received by those looking for an alternative to White Zinfandel or Riesling.