White Wine

When considering white wines, famous grape varieties include Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Riesling, and Chenin Blanc. White wines tend to focus on acidity and the fresh flavors of white fruit nuances. They may be crafted in either dry or sweet renditions, range from fruity to floral, and spicy to sweet, or rich and creamy on the nose and palate. View White Wine Selections

Red Wine

Red wines are made from blue or purple colored grapes and tend to carry considerable more tannin thanks to the way red wines are made with extended contact between the grape juice and grape skins. Many of the most famous wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Italy, Australia and the U.S. are red wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, or Cab Franc grapes. They can be created in a variety of styles with a lighter body (or weight) to fuller-bodied profiles, with a variety of different palate profiles ranging from quite dry to sweet, and fairly fruity in flavor to spicy and savory. View Red Wine Selections

Italian Red Wine

From lush, deep red Chiantis to light, fruity Valpolicella, Italy produces some of the world’s best red wine. Perfect to add extra luster to Italy’s rich cuisine, Italian red wines offer variety, quality, and style. View Italian Red Wine Selections

Sparkling Wine & Champagne

Champagne and sparkling wines are a popular type of wine for their bubbly personalities that scream, “Celebrate!” Made from red and white wine grapes, sparkling wines can be either white, rosé, or red. The bubbles come from a second fermentation that captures the carbon dioxide bubbles under sustained pressure. Sparkling wines range in style from ultra-dry to quite sweet, and super bubbly to slightly fizzy, with a full spectrum of flavors and aromas that span the scale from floral to fruit-filled and fresh-baked bread to creamy buttery tones.View Sparkling Wine & Champagne Selections

Sweet – Dessert Wine

Made from red or white wine grapes, and based on higher levels of residual sugar thanks to botrytis, frozen grapes, or fortification, dessert wines are a delicious delight but don’t necessarily claim their own category when it comes down to the basics of distinguishing between wine types. View Sweet – Dessert Wine Selections