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Publix Premium Wine

bottles of Publix Premium Limited Edition Wines

Publix Premium Limited Edition Wines

When you see the Publix Premium label, you can expect exceptional quality at an exceptional price. Every year, we attempt to surpass those expectations with our limited-edition wines.

Handcrafted and formulated for Publix by esteemed winemaker James Foster, these vintages are produced only in limited quantities. Once they're gone, they're gone. Find your nearest participating store location and experience them while you can.

Drink responsibly. Be 21.

 

Publix Premium 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon

National Comparison: Franciscan Cabernet

Growing Region: Spring Mountain District - Napa Valley, California

Background: Growing on the mountaintop provides the grapevines with desirable southern exposure, a unique characteristic of the Spring Mountain District. The vines are often bathed in sunshine from dawn to dusk.

Tasting Notes: Begins with aromas of crushed violets and warm cedar that yields into layers of currants and wild mixed berries that are deep and persistent. Full-bodied, well-structured, and balanced.

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Publix Premium 2018 Chardonnay

National Comparison: Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay

Growing Region: Russian River Valley - Sonoma, California

Background: Russian River Valley grapes benefit from a cool nighttime climate that allows their flavor a longer season to mature. The climate, combined with fog patterns in the area, helped to create this extraordinary chardonnay.

Tasting Notes: Rich and full-bodied with aromas of floral honey, butter crème brûlée, and ripe pears. A hint of hazelnut and nutmeg spice provides generous mouthfeel. Finishes with salted caramel butterscotch notes that linger for added dimensions.

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Publix Premium 2018 Pinot Noir

National Comparison: La Crema Pinot Noir

Growing Region: Russian River Valley - Sonoma, California

Background: Fog patterns in the Russian River Valley allow the grapes to develop full flavor maturity over an extended growing season, often 15 to 20 percent longer than neighboring areas, while retaining their natural acidity.

Tasting Notes: Profound ripe cherry, plum, mulberry, and berry pie flavors integrate with oak. The finish is pure, lively, and persistent. Medium-bodied and well-structured, with smooth tannins and bright acidity.

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