Jamaica Plain

Our grapes? No, but purely our wine

Take California grapes, add Italian know-how, savor that Boston wine Winemaker blends his Old World training with a new age palate, and corks the result

By Christine MacDonald
Globe Correspondent / September 19, 2004

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Move over Sam Adams. Boston has its own wine label. ''Cantina Bostonia" red wines, priced at less than $10 a bottle, started appearing in area liquor and grocery stores this spring, adding a Boston presence to shelves dominated by California wines and imports. It's produced and bottled on Germania Street in Jamaica Plain, inside the same old brewery complex where ... (Full Article: 852 Words)

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