The Great American Wine Company

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Red, White, or Rose. With seven Great American varieties to choose from, you can experience the pioneering spirit of America any way you want.

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Cabernet Sauvignon

Vanilla and blackberry aromas, a sip of tart apple and fig, and a finish of silk. We present a Cabernet Sauvignon for the American who loves a ripe spiced wine.

Food Pairings

A beautiful pair with exotic spices; try this wine with your favorite Indian cuisine.


Fruit forward with only a touch of oak, this Chardonnay has aromas of apple and pear with the sweetness of honey. It's light bodied and easy to drink, with a smooth finish.

Food Pairings

Pair with appetizers such as smoked salmon, crab cakes and oysters. Also complements cheeses such as provolone and mild cheddar.

Pinot Noir

Medium in color and body, this wine has flavors of fresh berries and plum. The mouth feel is of vanilla and hints of spice.

Food Pairings

This wine pairs well with your favorite red meat dish. It also pairs well with chocolate.


Aromas of berries carry over to the taste, then becomes citrusy and tropical with a zesty finish.

Food Pairings

Pairs well with light salads, rice dishes, grilled fish, and Thai curry.


Wonderful aromas of currants and raspberries simulate the senses. The flavors become more complex with the addition of spicy notes including vanilla and cedar. The finish is soft and mouth filling.

Food Pairings

Roast leg of lamb with rosemary and garlic, beef stew, and meat loaf.

Pinot Grigio

This Pinot Grigio is a smooth, crisp, medium-bodied wine with fresh fruit aromas of apple and pear, accompanied with a hint of honey and candied caramel.

Food Pairings

Pairs well with a variety of flavorful foods. Try with smoked Gouda cheese, spicy Thai curry, or seasoned vegetables.

Red Blend

This wine has intense aromas of vanilla and spices. While on the palate, there are notes of dark berries with a touch of oak to make a full bodied red

Food Pairings

This wine would pair greeat with a steak or braised short rib along with roasted vegetables.