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Johnson Estate Winery

Pink Catawba

Pink Catawba

First discovered in the Carolinas in the early 1800's, it is now known through DNA analysis that the Catawba grape is chance cross of a native American vine and the vitus vinifera, Semillon, likely brought to the New World by someone like Thomas Jefferson.   It was perhaps named after the Catawba River which rises out of the Appalachians west of Charlotte.  By the mid-1850's, Catawba was the most widely grown wine grape in America, made famous by Nicolas Longworth of Cincinnati, whose Sparkling Catawba wines won accolades as far away as London.  Today, it is a rediscovered "heirloom variety" and is increasingly popular with young and old alike.

This wine, made from the American Catawba grape, is both sweet and tart.  It has bright aromatic flavors of fresh fruit and cotton candy with notes of grape and pineapple. Sweet yet balanced. This wine is also available in a 1.5L bottle.

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SKU: 36138870888
Wine Specs
Residual Sugar
Alcohol %
Lake Erie
Cold, stainless steel.
Food Pairing Notes
Cheese and fresh fruit.
Other Notes
Serve at 40°F
Awards & Tasting Notes
• Silver, 2018 New York Wine & Food Classic • Silver, 2018 International Eastern Wine Competition • GOLD, Best of Class, Best Rosé, 2016 International Eastern Wine Competition • Silver, 2016 Great Lakes Wine Competition • Silver, 2015 Great Lakes Wine Competition • Silver, 2015 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition • GOLD, 2014 International Women's Wine Competition • Silver, 2014 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition • Silver, 2013 Great Lakes Wine Competition • Silver, 2012 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Tasting Notes
Rich and fruity with aromas of fresh grapes and pineapple.

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