Son of Bear Cider's flagship cider as a traditional semi-dry cider, showcasing a blend of Virginia grown apples. Light lemon in color with flecks of gold, fine perlage. Aromas bring out bruised apple, apple blossoms, citrus lemon-lime notes backed by slig
The flagship apple blend of Son of Bear Cider aged in Bourbon barrels to add a touch of warmth. Pale gold in color with fine perlage. Medium plus intensity of aromas with notes of bruised and baked apple, apple blossom, white peach, lees, and graceful not
100% Pinot Meunier. Glows ruby red in the glass. A bouquet of roses float of the glass intertwined with raspberry, red cherry, raspberry jam, blueberry, red currants which all follow to the palate. Layering flavors include hints of lime, passionfruit, cra
85% Zweigelt, 15% Pinot Noir. Clear, pink with salmon highlights in color. Aromas of fresh strawberry, red cherry, raspberry wrapped in a lightly floral notes. On the palate additional flavors of grapefruit, red currant, watermelon with a slight lime, cit
100% Riesling. Lemon in color. Aromas of jasmine, green apple, lime, lemon, honey, and diesel, earth. Followed by flavors of mandarin, kumquat, tangerine, and minerals. Engaging freshness, almost irresistible. This is a fleshy, off dry wine, bur really th
We all love a holiday—a chance to take time off, gather with friends and family, and even better, have an excuse to open something special to toast with. Having just celebrated a very monumental holiday, in memoriam of those who gave up their lives so that we all might enjoy our freedoms and life as we know it, it was also the start to summer celebrations.
What defines a region as either “Old World” or “New World?” In most wine maps France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, and Portugal are highlighted as “Old World.” Sure, these regions have been making wines for a thousand years or more. Is there more than that? By contrast the US, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Argentina have been only making wines for a few hundred years. They are much younger, by comparison, in their experience and knowledge of viticulture. But wait!
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