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November 04, 2008


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sounds like a pretty cool concept. Are they trying to replicate the idea of Beaujolais Nouveau or they just tried this once and liked the outcome?


Actually, in Austria (where one of their two winemakers is from) they make this type of wine, calling it Jungwein (young wine). I don't think those wines ever make it to the U.S., but he wanted to replicate it here.

This is the 6th Vintage of the Macari Early Wine, with its first release being from the 2003 harvest. The Early Wine consistently sells out way too "early " for its huge following. John, if you would like to try it for yourself, e-mail us at macari@peconic.net with your shipping address and we will get it out to you in Virginia.

Hey Len, I just tried the 2009 Macari Early Wine. I tasted it blind, and it was so much like a Sauvignon Blanc!

I think early wine is an interesting idea, especially if you have it New years' Day!

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