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The USA is now the fourth largest wine producing country in the World after France, Italy and Spain, with California producing over eighty five percent of all USA wine. Washington State would be the next biggest, followed by the State of New York. Similar to Australia, the USA grows and makes wine from all notable European grape varieties and produces styles of wines similar to most of the European sub-regions e.g Bordeaux, Chianti, Rioja, etc, as well as its own rich full bodied fruit driven reds, for example the Cabernet Sauvignon wines of the Napa Valley or Pinot Noir from Oregon.
Long gone are the days when America was only noted for their "every day drinking and bag in a box style . Today, some of the Worlds finest and most expensive wines are produced and bottled in California and along the Pacific Northwest.
Canada is making very good headway in producing wines of good quality and distinction. Although not as well known for producing wines as their close neighbour the USA Canada produces some superb dessert wines, similar to the Rheingau in Germany. We can recommend an oustanding icewine from Inniskillen, Niagara-on-the-Lake
At Alexander Hadleigh Wine Merchants, Southampton, UK we specialise in American wines and sell online or from our
Southampton Wine Shop fine quality wines from the following regions: Lodi California, Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Paso Robles, California, Oregon and Canada
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Troublemaker Blend 11 has an opaque purple-black color and is bursting with jammy black fruits like boysenberry and blackberry, along with a spicy raspberry note. The juicy fruit notes are accentuated by underlying tones of smoke, pink peppercorns, green tobacco leaves, dark roasted coffee and dark chocolate. Velvety tannins and balancing acidity bring out the vibrant fruit character of this complex blend.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Hope Family Wines, Napa Valley, California has classic aromas, flavours of blackcurrant, crushed blackberry and cherry, hints of toasted oak, long fruit driven finish,
Zinfandel, Hope Family Wines, Napa Valley, California is soft,approachable, warm up front flavours of dark ripe berries and spice, a highly expressive wine,
Liberty School Chardonnay Liberty School Chardonnay has a luminous pale-golden color. The wine opens with aromas of green apple and lemon zest complemented by tropical nots of pineapple, coconut and mango. The wines vivacious acidity makes an impact upon entry, while its creamy texture and rich flavors of green apple, blood orange, guava and toasted almonds fill the palate. The finish is clean and crisp.
De Loach Russian River Valley Pinot Noir has inviting aromas raspberry, strawberry and a touch of vanilla. On the palate, the wine offers flavours of figs, plums and soft warm spice. The finish enjoys more fruit blended with supple tannins and a little mango.
Pine Ridge Napa Valley \"Dijon Clones\" Chardonnay has aromas of ripe red apple and peach. The palate opens with notes of pineapple, fresh nectarine and sweet pear. All balanced by crisp acidity and touches of cinnamon on a very long finish.
Division Villages “Beton” is lightly smoky and peppery nose with gorgeous dark berries across the mid-palate and mouth-coating tannins that are grippy but not overwhelming. Juicy and low alcohol with the spirit of a red blend from the Loire Valley.
Betz Family Winery Cuvee Frangin Columbia Valley has a deep red colour in the glass with lovely aromas of dark fruit, including blackberries, blackcurrants and blueberries. On the palate, more fruity flavours and a little soft warm spice that balances well with the supple tannins and clean acidity.
Bachelder Niagara Chardonnay has a bright lemon yellow colour in the glass. On the nose, lifted ripe lemon notes mix with hints of white stone fruit and flinty mineral nuances. It is medium to full-bodied on the palate with a scented stone fruit character and a long and complex mineral finish.
Twill Cellars Willamette Valley Chardonnay provides aromas of lemon blossom, tangerine, salt, jasmine and crushed rock are complemented with undertones of fresh cream and star fruit. On the palate, notes of chamomile, apricot, tangerine, and meyer lemon are wrapped up in a savory, bright, and lithe frame. The finish carries on with an echo of citrus and cream.
Twill Cellars Oregon Syrah features initial primary aromas of olives, raspberries, rose petal, quinine, grapefruit, and coffee. With air, veiled black pepper, blackberry, plum, chocolate, and menthol. As the wine warms up from cellar temperature (55f) and with more air, notes of white pepper, cranberry, oolong, and lavender are noted. On the palate, the wine is full and rich, but seemingly mid-weight with brightness at its core. The tannins present like dark chocolate and cocoa nibs at this point, with flavors of coffee, cherry, olive, oolong and lavender carrying the wine through a structured finish.
Twill Cellars Willamette Valley Pinot Noir features salt, sage, blood orange, cherries, pomelo, dry spices, and hibiscus. The background aromas are all umami; soy, and mushroom. On the palate, loads of resinous red fruits, and spice with savory notes bringing up the rear. It’s bright and sinewy, with plenty of mid palate density and chew. Lingering notes aren’t sweet; they are rather savory and loaded with earth and minerality.
Division Chardonnay “Un” Willamette Valley heralds a return to the more acid driven style we prefer from this glorious grape. Aromatics are a balance of stone fruits, fragrant flowers, and the ever-present saline notes we find in our Chardonnay. The palate is electric with pear, peach, and light minerality, balanced acidity, and phenolic depth of flavor.
Division Pinot Noir “Un” Willamette Valley provides aromatics which are dense and airy at the same time, with deep earthy spices, raspberry and an almost pencil lead notes. The palate is full, but not heavy, with a serious amount of length for a base level Pinot. It’s dominated by wild/brambly raspberry flavors and dark mineral layers.
Peter Franus Napa Valley, Zinfandel offers a charming, bright and lively nose with blackberry, vanilla, dried herbs, vanilla, and subtle sweet oak in the background. The mouth begins with similar flavors but moves toward a black cherry profile that finishes with white pepper and anise notes. Medium bodied and structured
Peter Franus, Red Hills, Lake County Mourvedre provides intriguing floral notes—rose petal--allspice, raspberry and anise. Still maintaining its youth, the mouth is full, rich, and lush and offers complex spice and berry components across the palate.
Division Pinot Noir “Deux” has a dense fruit savoury strawberry and chalky aromatics that lends itself to this site’s distinct briny notes with just the lightest touch of fine oak. On the palate, the wine is long, balanced with an airiness while still delivering a punch of strawberries, cardamom and finishing with a lingering mineral note.
Peter Franus Napa Valley, Merlot offers a brilliant, youthful, medium-dark ruby color. An array of bright and inviting aromas of black cherry, ripe plum, dried herb, and a hint of fresh basil defines the nose. The initial mouthfeel is lush, but is soon reined in by the acid and tannin structure, a hallmark of this wine and vineyard.