Californian White Grape Juice - 6 Gallons


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We ordered an extra Sauvignon Blanc. First come, first person who gets to make a delicious batch of wine!

Have you ever wanted to make an authentic Pinot Noir, Merlot, or a Chardonnay? Well, now you can! For a limited time, you can pre-order Californian grape juice. The grapes have been crushed, pressed, the juice packed in buckets in 6-6.5 gallon increments, refrigerated, and then shipped to us, straight from California. If you would like to make authentic wine like the pros make, there is no better opportunity than this. 

Use the pick list to select which varietal you would like. The descriptions of each type of wine are as follows:

  • Chardonnay - Chardonnay has a more subtle and muted nose with no overwhelming aromatics that jump out of the wine glass. Often meant to be drank young, Chardonnay can offer hints of pineapple and green apple. Works well with oak aging.
  • Chenin Blanc - A versatile grape that can produce dry, off-dry, sparkling and sweet dessert wines. Wines made from Chenin Blanc usually have floral aromas with apple and pear flavors and strong acidity.
  • Gewurztraminer - This wine tends to be off-dry with strong aromas of lychees with some hints of roses, passion fruits, and flowers.
  • Muscato - Wine made from Muscato tends to be semi-sweet with an earthy taste.
  • Pinot Grigio - Pinot Grigio has ripe tropical fruit notes of melon and mango and a refreshing acidity.
  • Riesling - Depending on how you make it, Rieslings can be delicious as dry, semi-dry, or semi-sweet wine. Naturally higher in acid, Rieslings have a pleasant apple and citrus aroma.
  • Sauvignon Blanc - Sauvignon Blanc produces a crisp, dry, and refreshing wine with floral and tropical fruit notes. Also known for a fairly strong acidity. Also used in some dessert wines such as Sauternes.
  • Thompson Seedless - A good grape for bulking up other wines. (Not available in 2021)
  • Viognier - Viognier has the potential to produce full-bodied wines with a lush, soft character. In contrast to Chardonnay, the Viognier varietal has more natural aromatics that include notes of peach, pears, violets, and minerality.

Pre-orders are due by 4 pm on Sunday, September 19th. We will alert you when the juice will arrive, most likely in the early October. Because there are no additives or preservatives, it's imperative that these are picked up ASAP after delivery. These are pickup items at the Wine and Hop Shop or Working Draft Beer Company only. *Working Draft Pickup's must be paid at the Shop or online ahead of pick-up time.*

These are pickup items only. Please contact us if you have any questions.