Tag Archives: pink catawba

New New New!

New!” is the theme for St. James Winery this spring.  We’ve introduced our new Strawberry Moscato seasonal wine, our new line of Heritage Recipes gourmet foods, and now we’re introducing new labels on our award-winning sweet wines. Be on the lookout for the new labels on : Velvet Red Velvet White Pink Catawba Country Red […]

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The Sweet Life!

We know you’re out there, you sweet wine lovers! And we know that you know that nobody does sweet wines better than St. James Winery. We were counting up the gold medals for our three flagship sweet wines — Velvet White, Velvet Red, and Pink Catawba — and realized we had won a total of […]

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Take Me to Your Liter!

When it’s time for a party to spice up a bleak mid-winter weekend, think 1.5 liter bottles from St. James Winery. Three of our most popular wines –Velvet Red, Velvet White, and Pink Catawba — are all available in the 1.5 liter size. Stir up a punch bowl full of deliciousness and still have plenty […]

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Get More of Your Favorites

Three of St. James Winery’s most popular wines—Velvet Red, Velvet White, and Pink Catawba—are now available with twist-off bottle caps in the 1.5 liter size.  Look for them in the wine aisles of your favorite grocery stores or wine stores this May. Several years ago, St. James Winery became one of the first Missouri wineries […]

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Satisfy Your Sweet: A New Program from St. James Winery

St. James Winery Velvet Red, Velvet White, Pink Catawba, Country Red, and Country White

A pioneer in the production of sweet wines, St. James Winery has long been the premium producer of sweet wines in the United States.  Perfecting the art and science of sweet wine making has been a passion at St. James Winery for more than 40 years.  This spring, St. James Winery celebrates their commitment to […]

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Twenty-One a Lucky Number for St. James Winery

St. James Winery - Missouri's largest and most awarded winery

If St. James Winery were playing blackjack, it would have definitely come up a winner at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition by hitting 21! Twenty-one bottles of wine were shipped from St. James, Missouri to California for the competition, and when it was all said and done, each one of those bottles came home […]

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