BEER & WINE
BEER & WINE F.A.Q.'S
Where are your Merlot Wines?
All of our wines are organized by grape varietal. Above the wine case are helpful labels to help you find what you are looking for. The wines are also organized by New World (North and South America, Africa, Australia & New Zealand) and Old World (Europe).
What is the difference between organically grown grapes and organic wines?
Wines that are advertised as containing organically grown grapes may contain sulfites, which may be added to create stability in shipping and storing. Organic wines are made from an entirely organic wine making process.
What is the difference between sulfite-free and no added sulfites?
All grapes contain some sulfites. Those wines that claim to be sulfite-free have an undetectable amount. Those that are marked as “no added sulfites” do not add sulfites during the wine making process.
Jean and Paul Groben first planted grape vines in 2000 near Newton, Iowa. With a degree in viticulture and enology (grape growing and wine science), their son Mason started the wine business with his parents in 2003.