California wine

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Noun1.California wine - any of various wines produced in CaliforniaCalifornia wine - any of various wines produced in California
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
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Conundrum 2012 PS40 (Conundrum Wines, Monterey, California, USA): A true Californian wine from Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat Canelli, Viognier and Semillon.
After the success of the initial launch of Xo, G with the Italian Pinot Grigio and the French Rose and Pinot Noir, Rancic was excited to add a Californian wine as a new addition to her wine brand.
The Californian wine night will take place on September 8 and is priced at PS29.
Californian wine giant Gallo has not been without its critics over the years yet amid their myriad brands - Gallo, Apothic, Turning Leaf and Barefoot to name just four - they produce some good wines.
Saintsbury is a Californian wine star from Carneros at the southern end of the Sonoma and Napa Valleys.
Retailers may be forced to turn to Europe for more of their own-label wine as the price of Californian wine rises.
The clean-up, organised by Californian wine company Barefoot Wines and Surfers Against Sewage, was part of the Barefoot Wines Beach Rescue Project - a nationwide effort to make Britain's coastline clean, safe and "barefoot friendly".
16, Sainsbury's) - the founding father of Californian wine never a duff bottle and this super shiraz is Juicy with blackberry aromas, cassis, herbs and good tannins on the velvety finish, you can't go wrong with this scrummy crowd pleaser.
Californian wine company ONEHOPE donates 50% of its profits to social causes.
Aa At the lobby level, all-day dining Napa Grill is expected to be a must-go, with an extensive Californian wine list and Californian comfort food on offer.
Bottle Shock, which also stars Bill Pullman as an American vintner, tells the story of events leading up to the 1976 Paris blind wine tasting competition, when Californian wine beat out the French offerings.
In 1966, aged 53, Mondavi founded the winery in Napa Valley that became so instrumental in helping Californian wine earn the high regard it enjoys today.

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