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This crisp sweet wine is the perfect anytime wine. Great during warm summer nights for sipping but when it's cool and crisp this Stella Rosa Watermelon tingles all the right senses. You will be blown away by this wine, but don't just take our word for it.
OVERVIEW Summer is forever where there is Stella Rosa Peach, a refreshing semi-sweet, semi-sparkling wine from Stella Rosa Collection that will tickle your tongue and keep your days fun. Share a bottle with friends and relish in the moments. FLAVOR PROFILE White peach and honey. FOOD PAIRING RECOMMENDATIONS Aged Cheddar and Dubliner Irish Cheddar cheeses, summer salad with field greens...
One sip of Stella Rosa Pineapple will transport you to your favorite beach paradise. Its invigorating, fruity flavor livens your taste buds with such intensity, that you can almost feel the light ocean breeze on your face and warm sand on your toes. Your vacation (in a bottle) awaits. Pairs great with wraps, chicken, and salad.
Jim Beam Bourbon a.k.a. Jim Beam White Label is made from a recipe over 200 years old. A mash of corn, rye, barley malt, and natural Kentucky water is fermented using a yeast strain kept alive since Prohibition's end. The mixture is distilled twice then aged for four years in new, charred, American oak, resulting in the best-selling brand of...
Founded in 1864 by Pyotr Arsenievich Smirnov, what we now call Smirnoff was the first vodka to use charcoal filtration in the distillation process. This charcoal filtration produces a spirit that is ideal for mixing because of its smooth and clean palate; perfect in a Moscow Mule.
Captured in every drop is the essence of the rare woods, herbs and citrus that make up this secret recipe. Introduced on January 1st, 1900, its sharp citrus aromas and hints of raspberry became a pillar of the cocktail that dominated the century, the Dry Martini cocktail.