There's an ideal place for a wine to thrive, a part of the world where soil, water, climate and people come together to create a varietal of singular distinction. Criterion is your guide, the benchmark by which all others are measured.
Argentina is the largest wine producer in South America, best known for its versions of classic red wines including Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.
Petit Verdot is one of the five main Bordeaux varietals. It ripens much later than the other varieties in that region. When it does ripen, it adds tannin, colour and flavour, in small amounts, to the blend.
The 2016 Ladera Estate Cabernet Sauvignon reflects both the power and complexity of great mountain fruit.
ISOSCELES Reserve is built upon the exceptional quality and character of the Bordeaux grape varieties grown in Paso Robles.
Crozes-Hermitage, is a budget friendly and delicious wine from the Northern Rhône. It is one of the largest wine appellations in that region. The history of Crozes-Hermitage dates back to the 1700s. By the end of the 1800s, Crozes-Hermitage wines were considered the third most expensive wines in the Northern Rhône Valley.
While California Zinfandel can be produced in various styles, ranging from light to full-bodied, they all exhibit a certain fruit forwardness that is frequently described as “jammy”. It is also known for licorice, spicy and peppery notes.
Savigny lès-Beaune Vieilles Vignes is a Pinot Noir from Cote de Beaune, Burgundy, France. The reds from Guillemot have a very distinctive nose, compared to most red Burgundies.
Barbera is originally grown in Northern Italy, it is known for it's deep color, full body, low tannins and high levels of acidity.
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