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    Our D7 Sauvignon Blanc is very bright, lively and fresh with a pop of tropical fruit. Aromas of guava, grapefruit and pineapple burst from the glass. An array of melon, passion fruit and citrus flavors glide across the palate and the finish is crisp and clean with a bracing minerality.


    An elegant, balanced offering, D7 Pinot Noir is the ultimate food wine. Aromas of cherries, raspberries, and pomegranates entice with hints of vanilla and mocha. Medium bodied with soft tannins, the bright red fruit finish wraps up with a lingering note of sweet oak.


    D7 Chardonnay is a focused, elegant wine that strikes the perfect balance between rich and refreshing. Aromas of vanilla, orange blossom, and yellow delicious apple complement the judicious use of oak. Lush and ripe flavors of pineapple, Asian pear, vanilla and citrus finish with a hint of creamy, honeyed oak.


    Our D7 Cabernet is a classic that hits the sweet spot where power and structure meet elegance and ­finesse. Aromas of ripe dark cherry, raspberry and vanilla infuse the glass. Beautifully balanced and elegant on the palate, the silky tannins complement flavors of juicy blackberries, currants, almonds and cassis.


exceptional experiences, perfect pairings


Wine and cheese are two of life’s great culinary pleasures, and finding the perfect match can be a delicious endeavor. As with any wine and food pairing, there are a number of considerations, such as texture, acidity, fat and tannin. Rather than complicating the topic with exotic matches and endless possibilities, we have broken the art of wine and cheese down to one perfect pairing.


Sushi, like all Asian food, is tricky to pair with wine because Japanese cuisine has evolved alongside grain-based drinks like beer and sake, not wine. But if you are a wine lover, there are solutions. District 7 Sauvignon Blanc is a delightful companion to sushi as it is neither too acidic nor too sweet but is a “just right” balance of ripe and refreshing.


The rich texture and flavor of scallops are ideally suited to Chardonnay. For this classic pairing, we’ve lightened things up with a salad dressed in citrus and extra virgin olive oil. This easy recipe can be served as an appetizer or light lunch and best of all, can be prepared in under 30 minutes!


Earthy and aromatic Pinot Noir is the perfect accompaniment to sautéed mushrooms. Decadently savory and rich, this is a quick and easy side dish that elevates any meal! While great with hearty meats and comforting fall dinners, it can also be the main star of lunch or dinner with the addition of a salad and warm, crusty bread.

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