Getting to the next Arkansas winery will be a whole lot easier. Tourists driving through the southern American state will now see brown and white signs offering direction to and distance from the state's small network of wineries. The addition of the ...Read more »
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|Winery:||St. James Winery|
|Region:||USA » Missouri » Ozark Highlands|
Best red I've had to date. Very small winery but worth the trip.
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We have a nice winery near Ozark Arkansas. Read More
Looking forward to expanding my knowledge of fine wine. Read More
Getting to the next Arkansas winery will be a whole lot easier. Tourists ... ... the winding roads of the Ozarks. Arkansas is home to the largest United States Chardonnay vineyard outside California and the world's largest planter of Cynthiana grapes, a Norton-grape offshoot suited for dry wine. The region's viticulture began in the 1800's whe... Read More
Very grape scent. A sweet wine good with a German meal. Read More
Blood and meat jus aromas with a metallic tinge. Maty and gamy. Tart, high tannin and acid. Very coppery and bloody. Perhaps it's past its time. Not fir me. Awful. Read More
This is a light, crisp, sweet wine is made from the Catawba grape. It was not too sweet apple taste and had a had a nice finish. The 2000 revived a Double Gold award, at the 2004 Tasters Guild International Wine Competition and I can understand why. Read More
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Best red wine on the market. This wonderful red wine has a nice fruity tast, not overbearing and no bitter after taste. Read More
The best red wine. Not overbearing but light and fruity. Leaves a nice non-bitter taste on the pallette. Read More