VISIT OUR 14 NJ BOTTLE KING LOCATIONS, CLICK HERE FOR HOURS AND DIRECTIONS

Your Selections

Product Type

A-Z 

Category

A-Z 
california still wine (151)
italian still wine (35)
australian still wine (25)
french still wine (18)
washington still wine (13)
port - imported (11)
argentinian still wine (5)
spanish still wine (5)
german still wine (4)
new zealand still wine (4)
oregon still wine (3)
portuguese still wine (3)
south african still wine (3)
sparkling wine - imported (3)
sherry - imported (3)
chilean still wine (2)
sparkling wine - domestic (2)
israeli still wine (1)
sicilian still wine (1)

Price

From: $ To: $

Producer

A-Z 

Grape Variety

A-Z 
cabernet sauvignon (199)
chardonnay (166)
pinot noir (114)
sauvignon blanc (85)
merlot (73)
bordeaux blend (59)
syrah (58)
sangiovese (53)
pinot gris (43)
zinfandel (37)
tempranillo (35)
grenache (34)
riesling (32)
malbec (28)
red rhone blend (24)
port blend (23)
nebbiolo (16)
mourvedre (15)
corvina (13)
petite sirah (12)
chenin blanc (11)
cabernet franc (10)
other red (10)
red portugese blend (10)
viognier (9)
champagne blend (8)
barbera (7)
other white (7)
semillon (7)
carmenere (6)
cortese (6)
dolcetto (6)
gamay (6)
prosecco (6)
cinsault (5)
non-varietal red blend (5)
pinotage (5)
rhone blend red (5)
albarino (4)
bonarda (4)
carignane (4)
malvasia (4)
non-varietal white blend (4)
red italian blend (4)
verdejo (4)
viura (4)
colombard (3)
montepulciano (3)
nero d'avola (3)
tannat (3)
assyrtiko (2)
dornfelder (2)
garganega (2)
gewurztraminer (2)
grenache blanc (2)
marsanne (2)
mencia (2)
pedro ximenez (2)
rondinella (2)
sauvignon blanc/fume blanc (2)
sherry blend (2)
syrah/shiraz (2)
torrontes (2)
trebbiano (2)
vermentino (2)
white italian blend (2)
aglianico (1)
alicante bouschet (1)
arneis (1)
black muscat (1)
cabernet blend (1)
canaiolo (1)
carinena (1)
castelao (1)
fiano (1)
garnacha (1)
graciano (1)
greco di tufo (1)
gros manseng (1)
insolia (1)
macabeo (1)
madeira blend (1)
melon de bourgogne (1)
molinara (1)
monastrell (1)
muscat blanc a petits grains (1)
muscat d'alexandrie (1)
muscat of alexandria (1)
negro amaro (1)
nerello mascalese (1)
nielluccio (1)
palomino (1)
parellada (1)
petit verdot (1)
picpoul (1)
pinot blanc (1)
primitivo (1)
scheurebe (1)
sciacarello (1)
touriga nacional (1)

Vintage

Year 
2014 (389)
2013 (298)
2012 (125)
2015 (125)
2011 (50)
2010 (28)
nv (25)
2009 (7)
2005 (4)
2006 (2)
2007 (2)
1970 (1)
2004 (1)
2008 (1)
2016 (1)

Size

Volume 
750ML (1300)
375ML (8)
500ML (2)

Publication

A-Z 
Wine Buyer (191)
Wine Advocate (111)
Wine Spectator (79)
Antonio Galloni (49)
James Suckling (46)
Wine Enthusiast (40)
Ultimate Beverage Challenge (11)
James Halliday (9)
Steve Tanzer (7)
Wine & Spirits (7)
Vinous (6)

Rating

From: pts To: pts
 
What's in a Wine - A


The Wine Buyer created this alphabetical list of wine "names" along with color, place and grape to help you decipher what's in a wine! In the US, most wines are labeled with what grapes are used to make the wine (there are some notable exceptions!). However, in other parts of the world, especially in Europe, many wines are named for their location, appellation, village, etc. In some cases, we've listed both reds and whites for a "name" if there are good wines made from another varietal. We also indicate if the wine is sweet if that's what the area/name is known for. Note that for Bordeaux, France we've listed the appellation/village names for most of the important ones but not the individual chateau. And in Burgundy it is possible that you won't find the village on the label if it's a Grand Cru wine. However, most of the Grand Cru have the name (or part of the name) of the village incorporated in their name, like the Grand Cru Charmes-Chambertin from Gevery-Chambertin. This can get complex! If you have another wine name you know about and would like to add to this list or have a question about another one, please let us know! We will be adding a new wine name to this list every week from our newsletter.

A · B · C · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · P · Q · R · S · T · V · W

Aloxe-Corton
This is a complicated one! This is the name of a village in the Cote de Beaune in France's Burgundy region. The reds are made from pinot noir and the whites from chardonnay. When you see Aloxe-Corton on the label, these are "premier cru" wines usually of good quality. Within this area are two grand crus as well: Corton red wines are considered some of the best Burgundy has to offer while Corton-Charlemagne whites are considered some of the best whites. To top it all off, there are 27 other vineyards in the area that use Corton alone or in combination with the vineyard name on the label.

Amarone
An Italian wine made in the Veneto region using the "passito" method. The grapes are dried for up to 4 months until semi-dry which concentrates sugar and flavor. Upon fermentation if residual sugar is left in the wine it's called recioto; if dry it's called amerone. The primary grapes used are Corvina with some Rondinella and Molinara.