Welcome to the largest selection of gourmet grape juices, and non-alcoholic ciders anywhere!
We are delighted with the wealth of brand new non-alcoholic grape juices and apple ciders coming from vineyards and orchards around the world. We are also unrelenting in our efforts to see that products common to other parts of the world will make their way to North American consumers as well.
Our collection of Personal Size single-serve bottles has significantly expanded. You will find an entire aisle filled with gourmet grape juices like pinot noir and semillion now complimenting our apple ciders. This popular size is a favorite of many!
And just arond the corner we have our new Jams, Jellies, and Preserves display. After trying some of the jams made from gourmet grapes, we had to share them with you as well. These great breakfast products from our vineyard suppliers give you another way to enjoy the fruits of their labors.
Our Verjus Department has more brands than any other store. It is the perfect shopping place for professional and creative home chefs.
Remember, we would be proud to serve you any of our products if you were sitting at our dining room table!
Italy's Tarocco Blood Oranges are one of the world's most popular oranges because of their sweetness and juiciness. The blood orange color of the fruit's flesh gives this Vitamin C-rich variety its name. Italy's Agricola Gavioli has combined the Blood Orange flavoring with three grape varietals -- Trebbiano, Malvasia, and Lambrusco -- to create this gourmet blend.
Post Familie has broken new ground with its cold filtered muscadine grape juice. With no water or sugar added, this southern tradition from Noble red grapes will bring a smile to your palate! Produced in limited quantity, we expect it to sell out quickly.
White Carlos muscadine grapes, slowly ripened by the long Southern summer, and graced by a light sparkle is one of Post Familie Vineyard's newest creations. Bottled in a clear glass champagne style bottle, you might think you are looking at liquid gold. But you better hurry. This is a special limited production product.
Spain has blessed us with this light and bubbly red grape juice. With just the right amount of sweetness, the world has another non-alcoholic alternative. It is festive and beautiful in a tall slim flute!
The Spaniards have come to America again, this time bringing the gift of premium white grape juice. Their recipe is so secret, however, that they won't disclose the specific grape(s). That means we will have to consult a list of grape varietals grown in Spain and just keep drinking until we think we have the answer!
Made from the best quality Muscat grapes from France, this 100% natural jelly is rich in fruit flavor and contains no high fructose corn syrup, no additives, or coloring. Because Muscat grapes are rich in natural sugar and thus require less sweetening. Their floral aroma and bold, sweet flavor creates a mouthwatering jelly with subtle yet vibrant flavors.
In the shadow of Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains stands the old cattle barn built in 1910. Renovation of the old structure began in 1980, scrubbing it clean as a whistle, one board at a time. The sturdy old barn began a new era as The Apple Barn in 1981. Soon, a Cider Room was added where you can actually watch the variety of juicy sweet and tart apples being pressed into delicious cider in the fall. Now Apple Barn cider is available year-'round and without having to trek to the barn!
The beautiful blush of Meier's Pink Catawba is no accident. All it takes is a serving of Ohio Catawba grapes blended with America's native northern grape, Concord to produce a pink hue and a flavorful and fruity blend.
The Muscat grape gives this sparkling juice a spiciness that sets itself apart from other white grapes. For years it has been part of the J.C. Meier "Signature Collection" of gourmet products.
meiersspumanteRegular price: $6.99SPECIAL SAVINGS: $5.99
Although a 100% non-alocholic product, Meier's Sparkling Burgundy juice has the richness and texture of a fruity red wine. Concord grapes blended with California red grapes provide the distinctive flavor of this remarkable juice.
Iowa and Catawba grapes are pretty much synonymous. In fact, John Michael Meier, a Bavarian farmer, planted 600 acres of Catawba grapes on his homestead just north of Cincinnati. But it was his son who developed the process of bottling the unfermented juice of those grapes. See if you can smell the hints of tropical fruit as you open the bottle!
Similar to Meier's Sparkling Burgundy, this Cabaret Red is just a bit drier and a little less fruity. Some say the result is more like a wine than a juice. But you be the judge. The recipe calls for California red grapes and white grapes, but the exact varietals are a trade secret!
Meier's Sparkling Chablis breaks new ground in the juice business. Made from unripe grapes, it walks a fine line between the natural sweetness of ripe grapes and the strident taste of traditional verjus. It has just the right amount of tartness for a refreshing feel on the palate.
So what is Cold Duck? The original recipe was based on a German legend involving Prince Clemens Wenceslaus ordering the mixing of all the dregs of unfinished wine bottles with Champagne. The blend was given the name Kaltes Ende ("cold end" in German), until it was humorously altered to the similar sounding term Kalte Ente meaning "cold duck." The Meier's juice version takes Sparkling Pink Catawba and ups the Concord ratio to produce a deeper color than Catawba and a more forceful flavor profile than Concord. Simply genius at work!