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An irresistible nose of citrus blossoms, sun-kissed oranges, and candied mandarins later pirouette on the palate with marcona almonds, raw honey, and apricots, all balanced by a fresh acidity. A nectar of the gods. Learn More

WS 92 W&S 93 WE 94


An intense yellow with amber highlights, the wine shows aromas of toasted hazelnuts, honey, and apricots along with light notes of citrus fruit. Full bodied on the palate with honeyed and nutty flavors, it is a long and supple wine with an intense finish of chestnut flour and herbs. Learn More



Intense gold yellow. Complex aromas with dried fruit, candied apricot, orange peel, and nuances of yellow flowers. Complex, soft, and opulent palate with a persistent finish of candied fruit. Serve with sweets, desserts, or aged cheeses. Learn More



Arcass is a late-harvest Arneis. This full-bodied dessert wine offers a plush core of candied orange peel, dried apricots, pineapple, jasmine and spices in an expansive, generous style with a long, sweet finish. Learn More



Vivid ruby red. The nose has evident notes of red fruit and hints of cherries. On the palate, the wine is smooth and good structured with a fruity aftertaste. Learn More



Aromas of apricot, poached pear and orange rind dominate the more subtle clove and mineral notes. The flavors mimic the aromas on the nose, melding with a mouthwatering texture and added notes of juicy orange and citrus blossom. This wine shows the restraint of youthfulness with the expectation that its bottle bouquet will emerge with a few more years of bottle age. Learn More



This Late Harvest wine has an extremely pleasant and complex aroma with clear overtones of mature peaches, apricots, and honey emerging from a delicate background of botrytis. These characters reappear fully in the palate, enhanced by marked notes of quince jam and creamy, honeyed flavors enlivened by a good level of acidity. Rich, intense, and full bodied, this exceptional wine has a very long and elegant finish where fruits and botrytis express their identity in full harmony. Learn More

ST 89 WE 86


Golden yellow, with coppery highlights. Peach, apricot, pineapple and tropical dried fruit aromas. Consistency on the palate, softness and elegance nicely structured by the oak barrels. Wine with great balance, favorable acidity and a well-harmonized residual sugar. Long in the mouth. Learn More

WS 91 RP 92


Named for Miljenko "Mike" Grgich's daughter, Violet, this wine has rich aromas of ripe pear, apricot marmalade, orange blossom, and honeysuckle that leads to a lingering, harmonious finish. It is a uniquely crisp and delicious late-harvest wine that is perfect with fruit tarts, creme brulee, rich cheesees, or all by itself. Learn More

WE 90


Enjoy Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry on any occasion. A complex blend of sone of Jerez's finest wines, Harveys Bristol Cream is richly indulgent with a mellow smoothness. Serve chilled in a wine glass or mix with two parts lemonade over ice with slices of fruit, or over ice with a slice of orange. Learn More



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