Seagrams Winery is opening a wine cooler for the first time in its history.
It will be a limited-edition offering only.
“We were really excited to be opening up the winery to our guests, and the first thing we wanted to do was celebrate the occasion with them,” Seagram’s wine director and wine educator Paul F. Johnson said in a statement.
“The wine cooler is a special way to do it.
It’s a place to go and sit down and sip on something special.”
The Winery’s new wine cooler will only be available for one day.
Seagram has been serving duckhorn wines for years, and Johnson said that, even with the new wine-cooler concept, the wineries will still offer a limited number of wines.
The wineries has been making duckhorn for at least a century, and Seagram was the first to commercialize it in 1996.
The wines are usually made from wine grapes that have been dried at high temperatures for months, and are fermented with herbs, flowers and herbs’ juices.
This creates a dry, full-bodied, and refreshing wine.
The duckhorn concept dates back to the early 20th century, when French winemaker Claude Merewethers began selling a variety of wines with duckhorn in a bottle, called cuvée de cotons.
But the winemakers soon found that the duckhorn made its way onto the American palate and became one of the most sought-after types of wine.
“When duckhorn was introduced to the U.S. in the 1960s, it was a wine that appealed to a lot of people,” Johnson said.
“People loved it.
People didn’t like to get drunk with wine.
It was very refreshing, and it was very light, and a little bit sweet.”
Today, duckhorn is the second-most sought-out type of wine after white wine.
In the past two decades, it has gained popularity as an American dessert wine.
Johnson’s goal was to keep the duckhorns unique and create a wine from the grape variety that was more suitable for the American palates.
The new wine cooler will be the first duckhorn cooler at Seagram Winery.
Johnson expects that the wine cooler would be available on draft for the foreseeable future.