Spring 2019 Chilean Wine Juice

The pre ordering period is now closed.

We have some additional inventory for the following varieties:


Cabernet Sauvignon




Pinot Noir

Rapel Casa Rosa (Cab/Merlot/Syrah blend)






Sauvignon Blanc

Thompson Seedless

(Quantities are limited and are first come first serve)

We are now accepting pre-orders for our 2019 Chilean Juices. 
The ordering period will end on APRIL 26TH, 2019. We will carry limited inventory beyond what is pre ordered, so make sure you stop in or call.
We require a 50% non-refundable deposit.
Below is our selection of red and white juice varietals that we will have available this year.




For ordering details and questions, please call (860) 793-2700 or email winemaking@northeastproduce.com


Juices will be available for pickup at our Plainville, CT location in early May.


Our Everett, MA location will have juices  available from May 4th to the 17th at:

152 Beacham Street

Everett, MA 02149


Would you like to try your hand at making wine?  Follow these general instructions for making wine from juice: CLICK HERE

Varietal Descriptions


Barbera: vivid hue of red which characterizes full fruity flavors. This wine has a minimal amount of tannins which means it will not be astringent. Taste perception can vary from fresh cherry to a plumy boldness. If aged, this wine can have a touch of spiciness.

Cabernet Franc: pronounced character, soft but distinct tannins and deep color, ages well. Usually blended with other grapes to produce a light to medium bodied wine. Fruitier than Cabernet Sauvignon.

Cabernet Sauvignon: rich, intense wine that has aromas of deep berry fruits and flowers. Has a smooth lingering finish.

Carmenere: a deep colored full-bodied, dry and fruity red wine. Aromas of spice, jam, raspberry and dark chocolate with flavors of tobacco and fig.

Malbec: Makes a dry spicy wine. Powerful character with blackberry, plum, red pepper, sweet cherry, spice licorice, and deep bittersweet notes, almost like unsweetened chocolate or espresso.

Merlot: softer and fruitier than Cabernet Sauvignon but has many similar characteristics to it. It has black cherry, currant, cedar, and green olive tasting notes.

Petit Syrah: its blackberry and spice aromas make a robust wine with a dark inky color. Makes a well balanced wine and can be described with scented flavors of carnations and violets.

Pinot Noir: aromas resembling black currant. Sweet fruitiness and low tannins. Aging brings out a spicy and smoky flavor. Its flavors are reminiscent of sweet red berries, plums, tomatoes, cherries and occasionally have a notable earthy or woody flavor-depending on growing conditions (terroir).

Sangiovese: ruby red in color has a luscious red cherry character with hints of violets.

Syrah: A dark, rich color and has a ripeness that delivers a full zesty finish.

Zinfandel: a deep red, spicy, peppery wine with a hint of fruit favors of berries or dark cherries.



Chardonnay: tasting notes of apples, pears, lemons, peaches and grapes. Terroir has a significant influence on this variety’s chemistry and flavors.

Gewurztraminer: One of Germany’s best known varieties its name translates to “spice.” It is naturally high in sugar and well balanced in acidity. Typically off-dry with aromas of roses, passion fruit and floral notes.

Muscatel Alejandria : has a sweet, floral aroma. Due to the high level of sugar it is commonly used for sweeter style wines. However, it can be used to make a wine with high alcohol.

Pinot Grigio: A soft, gently perfumed white with hints of honey nut to spicy musk. One of the most popular whites.

Riesling: A very aromatic grape variety that displays a flowery perfume. Usually makes a semi-sweet or dry wine. Fruit flavors may range from peach, green apple and citrus. It is a very “terroir specific” wine (influenced by its place of origin).

Sauvignon Blanc: light to medium-bodied dry wine that develops an herbaceous bouquet & spicy taste.

Thompson Seedless: a grape used to make sweet table wines. Has a greenish white color.

Viognier: intense fruitiness but shows a dry and aromatic finish.

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