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Varieties from across the globe
Paper Tiger wines hail from all over the world – primarily the Western Cape of South Africa, Mendoza, Argentina, and even the Columbia Valley and Texas High Plains of the U.S.
From Mendoza, Argentina, this medium-bodied Bonarda (pronounced /baw - nah - dah/) shows ripe fruit flavors like black cherry, plum, and blueberry with hints of florals and spice, and soft tannins.
Western Cape, South Africa
A cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsaut, Pinotage (pronounced /pee- no - taj/) is a flagship grape of South Africa. This wine shows red fruit notes of cherry and raspberry alongside aromas of leather and oak.
Columbia Valley, Washington
This gorgeous Mourvèdre (pronounced /morr veh - druh/) is deeply complex with notes of fruity pomegranate and bramble berries balanced by a heavy influence of vanilla oak and aromas of dried rose petals.
Malvasia Bianca 2019
Texas High Plains, Texas
This Malvasia Bianca (pronounced /mal - vaa - zee - ah bee - anh - kah/) hails from the Texas High Plains. This medium-light bodied white has bright acidity with notes of citrus and tropical fruits like tangerine, lemon, and soft, perfumed floral aromas.
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