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Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from fruit, usually grapes. It is often sold in retail stores and is used as a popular drink for special occasions, such as weddings and parties. There are also retail stores that specialize in selling wine spirits that will have a greater selection than other stores. Below is a listing of common popular terms that are often found with drinking wines and spirits.

  • Wine Cellar – A place where the wine is stored and left to age. Wineries store wines from a single year or harvest in large wooden casks, similar to how whiskey is stored in an underground cellar where it can age properly.
  • Vintage – Refers to the year the wine was produced and harvested. Because the climate can greatly affect the quality of the wine, some wines of certain vintage fetch considerably higher prices than others. Vintages from excellent years can sometimes also be bought from a wine club.
  • Wine Classifications – A way to label different types of wine. It can be labeled by region, such as Napa Valley or Italian. It can also be labeled by color, such as red, white and rose. Sometimes it is also labeled by grapes, such as Merlot or Chardonnay.
  • Wine Rack – A container for storing bottles of wine. These are often sold at wine stores or through wine clubs. The size of the wine rack depends on the number of bottles it holds.
  • Wine Tasting – Many vineyards will host tasting parties for their wines, and some wine shops will also do the same. This allows for customers to get a taste of different types of wines. Traditionally, many different types of wine are drank with different foods, such as red wines with meat and white wines with fish.
    National Association of American Wineries
    Washington, DC 20005
    Encouraging the dynamic growth and development of American wineries and wine growing through the advancement and advocacy of sound public policy.
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    Bacchus Vino Etc
    692 W Montrose St, Clermont, FL 34711
    (352) 394-9805
    Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards
    19239 Us Highway 27, Clermont, FL 34715
    (352) 394-8627
    Seavin Inc
    19239 Us Highway 27, Clermont, FL 34715
    (352) 394-7874
    DBA The New Wine Regions Discount Wine & Liquors B
    2423 S Highway 27, Clermont, FL 34711
    (352) 242-5050
    Two Old Hags Wine Shoppe
    410 W Main St, Leesburg, FL 34748
    (352) 435-9107
    The Wine Den
    109 E 4th Ave, Mount Dora, FL 32757
    (352) 735-5594
    Wine Cellars of Mt Dora
    2385 W Old Us Highway 441, Mount Dora, FL 32757
    (352) 385-0053
    Maggie's Attic
    237 W 4th Ave, Mount Dora, FL 32757
    (352) 383-5451
    Tims Wine Market
    428 Main St, Windermere, FL 34786
    (407) 876-9463
    Cedar & Sage Wine Outpost Inc
    2588 Maguire Rd, Ocoee, FL 34761
    (407) 656-6222
    Hollywood Liquor
    114 Polo Park East Blvd, Davenport, FL 33897
    (863) 419-4443
    Wine Cellars-Uncorked
    106 E Magnolia Ave, Eustis, FL 32726
    (352) 357-5552
    Hutchinson Farm Winery
    8061 Stone Rd, Apopka, FL 32703
    (407) 814-8330
    2 Fine Wine Guys
    809 Rolling Green Dr, Apopka, FL 32703
    (407) 410-7103
    City Liquors Apopka
    602 S Hunt Club Blvd, Apopka, FL 32703
    (407) 774-6919

    Wine is commonly sold in retail stores, supermarkets, and specialty wine shops all over the world. In fact, wine is an alcoholic beverage that has been around for many centuries. It comes in various shades and flavors, and can be made from fermented grape juice or rice. Both fine white and red wines are sold in numerous regions of the United States, and the price of this alcoholic beverage depends on the type, age, and brand of the wine. When it comes to buying wine, there is a great deal to know beforehand. Some of the different types are Merlot, which is a dark red hue, Chardonnay, which is a white wine, and Pinot Noir, which can be black or white in color. There is also white Zinfandel, which is a sweet beverage that is often white or pink in color. Some other wine types are Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Blanc, sangria, and Pinot Grigio. This alcoholic beverage is typically decanted, which means it is poured from one container to another in order to help blend it. This must be done before it is sold and delivered to retail liquor shops and domestic grocery stores. As you may know, wine is typically served in a specific glass that suits the type of fine beverage. If you need to learn more about rare Pinot Noirs, vintage white wines, and regions where this beverage is made, you may want to surf the web for details. There is plenty of information regarding Chardonnays, sangrias, and fine Cabernets online.
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