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  • Oregon Pinot Noir is world renowned for it’s ability to rival the rare, sought-after wines of Burgundy. Our United Ink Pinot Noir is ripe and ethereal with excellent balance and texture packaged in cherried, spicy goodness.

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    United Ink

    Pinot Noir

    United States Oregon

  • Born on a wine farm, Heinrich made his first wine at the age of 8 years. When he was 14 years old, he could wait no longer. He left school and headed for France to learn at Domaine Bouchard Père et Fils in Beaune. By the time he was 25, his wines were being served on Luftansa 1st class. The Vollmer Trocken Riesling is a classic, dry style from his winefarm in Ellerstadt, Germany, as well as a proof of his dedication and skill.

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    Vollmer

    Riesling

    Germany Pfalz

  • The Kiwi’s have taken the wine world by storm with their uniquely aromatic and racy style of Sauvignon Blanc. Our Waikiwi Bay Marlborough New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc exhibits classic grapefruit aromas and flavors mixed with tropical notes.

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    Waikiwi Bay

    Sauvignon Blanc

    New Zealand Marlborough

  • One of the most famous DOCG wines of the Veneto region, Amaronne della Valpolicella is produced using the Appassimento method from Corvina and Rondinella grape varieties.  Our Zironda Amarone is a deeply savory wine with excellent aging potential.

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    ZiRonda

    Amarone

    Italy Venezie

  • Made by the Ripasso method in Valpolicella where the Amarone pumace is added to the grape must and fermented together yielding a more intensly flavored wine with deeper color.

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    ZiRonda

    Ripasso

    Italy Venezie