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The hot growing season resulted in a "big" Pinot Noir with a dark ruby color, and aromas of ripe black plums, dark be...Read more...
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Totally dig the Private Stock Captain! Read more
Mellow and smooth, this is an absolute modern classic. Fantastic blend and solid choice. Read more
Rich, dark and full-bodied, Captain Morgan Private Stock blends hints of secret island spices with a smooth velvet texture. The craft of Caribbean ... Read more
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Rich, dark and full-bodied, Captain Morgan Private Stock blends hints of secret island spices with a smooth velvet texture. The craft of Caribbean rum-making is over 300 years old.
Captain Morgan's Parrot Bay Mango flavor is a wonderful rum to give your tropical cocktails a unique twist.
A favorite worldwide, Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum is the taste that started it all. Mellow aged and enhanced with special fruit flavors, spices and a delicate hint of vanilla for a unique essence all its own. Deliciously different and exceptionally smooth, Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum has a character as unforgettable as The Captain himself!
The hot growing season resulted in a "big" Pinot Noir with a dark ruby color, and aromas of ripe black plums, dark berries, currants, and cassis framed by sweet and spicy oak notes. The concentrated ripe berry fruit mid-palate is balanced by lively acidity. This wine shows the firm backbone formed by ripe tannins that will provide the structure needed for graceful aging. The finish is long and succulent.
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