In the 1800s, American Pioneer Wine Growers was the very first company to market wines using intriguing proprietary names that were based on unique stories embedded in American culture. While using proprietary names is a common practice today, it was quite the innovation back then! Today, the revitalized Virginia Dare Winery celebrates the genesis of American winemaking. Along with the spellbinding Virginia Dare story, it pays homage to the mythical and mysterious characters which grace the labels of the wines - The White Doe, Two Arrowheads, Manteo, The Lost Colony, and soon Virginia Dare Chardonnay and Virginia Dare Pinot Noir, both sourced from Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley.
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