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Acaibo
75cl

Acaibo 2018

Trinité Estate
CHF 59.45
Ark Vineyard - Deep Time
75cl

Ark Vineyard - Deep Time 2014

Hundred Acre
CHF 810.75
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96
Ark Vineyard
75cl

Ark Vineyard 2009

Hundred Acre
CHF 713.45
Picture of Assortment Schrader (1x GIII 2017, 1x LPV 2017, 1x MB 2017, 2x RBS 2017, 1x T6 2017) 2017
450cl

Assortment Schrader (1x GIII 2017, 1x LPV 2017, 1x MB 2017, 2x RBS 2017, 1x T6 2017) 2017

Schrader Cellars
CHF 2’043.10
Bacio Divino
75cl

Bacio Divino 1997

Bacio Divino Cellars
CHF 86.50
Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard
75cl

Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard 2013

Realm cellars
CHF 378.35
Bettina
75cl

Bettina 2015

Bryant Family Vineyard
CHF 454.00
Bettina
75cl

Bettina 2016

Bryant Family Vineyard
CHF 454.00
Bettina
75cl

Bettina 2017

Bryant Family Vineyard
CHF 454.00
Bionic Frog Syrah
75cl

Bionic Frog Syrah 2013

Cayuse Vineyards
CHF 540.50
Bionic Frog Syrah
75cl

Bionic Frog Syrah 2014

Cayuse Vineyards
CHF 497.25
Cabernet Sauvignon "14th Anniversary Release"
75cl

Cabernet Sauvignon "14th Anniversary Release" 1995

La Jota Vineyard Co.
CHF 172.95

The United States has become the largest wine consuming country but is also one of the world’s largest producers (no. 4 in 2011), making it the biggest New World producer, followed by Argentina and Australia. Every US state has at least one wine producing estate, including the outlying Hawaiian Islands and Alaska, however the states of California (90% of the country’s production), New York, Washington and Oregon are considered its largest. Many of its wines are produced within the 200+ AVAs or American Viticulture Areas, which specifies that at least 85% of the grapes used to make a wine must have been grown in that geographical location. Viticulture was first brought to the country in the 16th century by French Huguenots around Jacksonville, Florida with Scuppernong, a native Muscadine grape. Vitis Vinifera, the species indigenous to Europe, was not cultivated until the 17th century. Today, the USA is considered one of the highest quality wine producers and is known for a diverse range of styles and varieties, including powerful Cabernets, Merlots and Syrahs; spicy Zinfandels; poised Pinot Noirs; rich Chardonnays; perfumed off-dry Rieslings; and sparkling wines produced by a number of methods, including the one used in Champagne, France.

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