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Family-owned and operated, Vineyard Grant James is run by winemaker Susanne Sapier, who specializes in producing wines that are enjoyable for a multitude of palates, producing single varietal wines as well as blends.
Most varieties have a red blush, which indicates varietal traits more than ripeness.
But a wine doesn’t have to be a varietal to taste great.
The Pisco 100 brand sold at Dr. Limon is an acholado, a multi-varietal grape blend, used in pisco spritzers called chilcanos with ginger ale and mint.
While Rias Baixas albarino is sometimes blended with treixadura or loureiro, it is often bottled as a 100 percent varietal wine and can age well for several years.
White and red, across the varietal spectrum from viognier to sangiovese — each was bristling with territorial expressiveness, and completely affordable.
Gardeners from all over lined up to purchase seedlings of more than 300 varieties of tomatoes, varietal vegetables, flowers, and herbs grown at the Arboretum.
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