Bodega Duplin creates a collection of cotton candy wines

Bodega Duplin creates a collection of cotton candy wines

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Three New Fruit Flavors Expand Successful 2021 Cotton Candy Original

January 4, 2022, Rose Hill, NC – Known for award-winning wines and celebrated annual launches, Duplin Winery, makers of America’s favorite sweet wines, opens in 2022 with the debut of a truly unique cotton candy collection featuring three new fruit flavors: Lime, Blueberry and Peach. , in addition to the famous Cotton Candy Original that the company introduced in May 2021.

Using real fruit extracts and premium muscadine grapes grown in Duplin Estate vineyards and small family farms throughout the South, Duplin’s master winemakers spent nearly three years developing the fun Cotton Candy blends that continue to honor the Duplin tradition of wines. muscadine worthy of medals.

“Duplin Cotton Candy Original was supposed to be a one-time wine, but when customers and retailers found out that we were keeping the last bottles, they wanted more and also asked for new flavors,” Duplin co-owner Jonathan Fussell said.

“With Cotton Candy, like all of our wines, we want to make people smile,” continued Fussell. “Enjoying time with friends and family is what Duplin’s fresh, sweet and easy lifestyle is all about and these new fruit wines are a perfect fit for so many occasions.”

Cranberry Cotton Candy

An explosion of true blueberry sweetness plus smooth vanilla makes this red wine as delicious as blue cotton candy at the state fair. Best cold, the fruity sip pairs well with rich and spicy foods like grilled cheese sandwiches, candied walnuts, pepper crusted beef, tacos, and creamy cheesecake. Wine is an essential and especially delicious cocktail mixer in Duplin’s Blueberry Cotton Candy Sangria recipe.

Cotton Candy Peach

Peach and vanilla gently swirl around sweet berries for a finer pink than sugar in a funnel cake. Delicious poured over frozen peaches or mixed half and half with sweet iced tea and a dash of fresh ginger, Cotton Candy Peach is the ideal wine with smoky, sweet and spicy foods including brisket, juicy ribs, smoked cheeses, seared crab cakes, fire-roasted salmon and Thai or Sichuan noodles.

Cotton candy lime

Bittersweet citrus is elevated through berry notes and spun vanilla for a distinctive white that is refreshing and icy. Just in time for the Super Bowl and March Madness, Cotton Candy Lime is suited to sturdy party foods like fries, wings, loaded nachos, sausage balls, guacamole, and slow cooker chili. A must-see bar mixer, Cotton Candy Lime animates mojitos, margaritas, and gelatin shots.

Original Cotton Candy

The berry and vanilla rosé wine that started the Duplin Cotton Candy craze recalls sharing pink cotton candy and first kisses at the Ferris wheel. Best served cold, or even over ice, Cotton Candy Original pairs perfectly with savory snacks like charcuterie, fried chicken sliders, baked feta cheese, and bacon wrapped shrimp. Adaptable for all types of cocktails, the wine works in Cotton Candy Margaritas and a Cotton Candy Cosmo wine granita.

All Duplin Cotton Candy wine flavors are $ 14.99 each and are available online at duplinwinery.com, as well as at both Duplin locations: 505 N Sycamore St, Rose Hill, NC, and 4650 US Highway 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, SC Some supermarkets also carry the collection.

About the Duplin winery

Based in Rose Hill, North Carolina, Duplin Winery is the largest winery in the South and is listed as the 36th largest winery by Wine Business Monthly magazine. Specializing in wines made from native muscadine grapes from the United States, Duplin is the world’s largest muscadine winery with a tank capacity of 2.1 million gallons. Duplin Winery grows its own grapes in North Carolina and works with more than 60 farming families to source local grapes in Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and the Carolinas. The company plans another 100 acres of vineyards in the Florida Panhandle to support Duplin’s Panama City Beach location scheduled to open in 2022.

Founded by DJ Fussell, Sr., and his sons in the 1970s, the winery is owned and managed by the third and fourth generation of Fussells. Duplin wines have won several awards over the years, including Impact’s Hot Brand Award and the Beverage Information Group’s Fast Track Award, both normally awarded to wineries on the West Coast. Duplin wines have been featured in Martha Stewart Living and Elite magazines, as well as numerous regional media outlets.

Duplin wines are sold in 16 states in the South, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest. The winery sells wines online, shipping to 47 states throughout the year.

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