Nestled in Oregon's Willamette Valley are rows of Pinot Noir grapes and the Evergreen Aviation Museum, home of Howard Hughes' historic Spruce Goose. Evergreen Vineyards has named its grape juice in tribute to the famous aircraft. It is Pinot Noir at its best, with just a hint of sparkle.
AWARD WINNER: Recipient of Silver Medal Award at the 2006 San Francisco International Wine Competition.
The Royal Kedem Winery, is located in New York's Hudson River Valley. It's Kedem brand dominates the kosher sparkling juice market. Owned and operated by the Herzog family who fled Nazi Germany, the word Kedem is Yiddish for "renew our days as before." Kedem's Sparkling Catawba comes from New York grapes.
AWARD WINNER: 2001 The American Taste Award of Excellence, American Tasting Institute
This exceptional grape juice is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon and made the same way as great Bordeaux wines. All the grapes are from old vines, low grape productions per vineyard, in organic culture. This product is totally natural, the grapes freshly pressed immediately after the harvest. The Cabernet grapes are chosen from artisanal vintners.
AWARD: Named 2006 Outstanding Beverage Finalist by the National Association for the Speciflty Food Trade (NASFT)
The Waldensians are immigrants from Northern Italy. In 1893 they settled in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Waldensian Style Sparkling Apple Cider is made from a blend of Red Delicious and Winesap apples with Muscadine grapes. No sugar or preservatives added!