North Carolina Wine TV Review:
The North Carolina Red Christmas Wine from Duplin Winery has a traditional muscadine nose of burnt rubber and earth, with a side of cherry candy. In the mouth, this wine begins with a sweetness that dissipates on the finish. Kipp’s description is of Fun-Dipp Cherry dumped into muscadine wine, but we also describe the winemaking style as a little different from other Duplin wines. A good, solid Christmas wine for the sweet wine drinkers in your family.
according to the North Carolina Wine Ratings Scale
Availability: Widely available in most major stores in the Southeast and from the winery.
About Duplin Winery Christmas Wine (from the winery)
Just one of the most favorite things shared by Duplin lovers during the holiday season! Christmas Wine is a limited-release, seasonal wine.
Start a new Christmas tradition with Duplin Winery’s festive wine that is sure to warm the soul. Christmas Wine is a wonderful blend of North Carolina Muscadines and will brings in the taste of a true Southern Christmas.
The sweet berries laced with a hint of spice is a holiday favorite and perfect paired with the season’s culinary delights.
About Duplin Winery (from the winery):
Today, this North Carolina winery has a tank capacity of over 1,000,000 gallons, is the largest winery in the South, and produces the best selling wine in North Carolina. Over 100,000 visitors experience our Rose Hill winery and production facility each year.
Duplin’s award winning North Carolina wines include Magnolia, featured in Martha Stewart Living as a favorite summertime wine, Hatteras Red, a North Carolina favorite enjoyed with good-’ol southern barbecue, and Scuppernong, the oldest wine in America. In 2009, Duplin Winery proudly received honors normally reserved for the traditional west coast winery belt.
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