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Uniquely American Wines: Indigenous Grape Varietals of the United States | Just Wine
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Uniquely American Wines: Indigenous Grape Varietals of the United States

In vitis we trust…but not the vinifera. We pledge allegience to the vitis labrusca, riparia, rotundifolia, aestivalis, rupestris, and mustangensis...
International (aka: Noble) Grape Varieties (Vitis vinifera) VS Indigenous American Varietals (aka: wild grapes) It is possible that you’ve never heard of these varietals or tried them because as stand alone grapes they tend not to be used for wine as much as their 7 Noble Grape Cousins (aka: Vitis vinifera)....
Wine and Pizza Pairings for Pizza Pie Day! | Just Wine
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Wine and Pizza Pairings for Pizza Pie Day!

Officially recognized in the United States, Pizza Day should be celebrated by everywhere. Here are a few pizza styles and pizza-friendly wines...
It’s a “holiday” that is officially recognized in the United States, but we believe Pizza Day should be celebrated by everywhere. Here are a few pizza styles and pizza-friendly wines to enjoy on this most delicious day. If you’re not sure what you should be drinking tonight for Pizza Pie Day, we can...
Viticultural Area | Just Wine
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Viticultural Area

A legal grape-growing area distinguished by geographical features such as climate, soil, elevation, history and other definable boundaries. The...
Napa | Just Wine
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Napa

A town (and county), 50 miles north-east of San Francisco. The Napa Valley is United States’ most well-known wine growing region.
Marechal Foch | Just Wine
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Marechal Foch

A French hybrid grape used most often in the Eastern United States to make red wines.
Catawba | Just Wine
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Catawba

A hybrid wine grape, grown only in the eastern United States and used to make sparkling wines, rosés, and very fruity white wines.
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