This delectable sweet wine, with hints of berry and vanilla, is on our tasting sheets this summer, but you can do your own tasting at home! Our special Cotton Candy wine tasting kit is all about those sweet days of summer.
Scuppernong was America’s very first wine, and a favorite of founding father Thomas Jefferson. So what better way to celebrate Independence day that with a sweet muscadine wine tasting party? Here's everything you need to know host your own.
"Lettin' go a little, little by little. Sippin' on a frozen drink." Luke Bryan says it best about margaritas in his "One Margarita" song. We were humming it all night long after we developed this recipe for a Cotton Candy Margarita.
One bowl, 5 ingredients and a splash of Duplin Cotton Candy wine make this adorable dessert served in large shot glasses. They look so fancy lined up on a platter at brunch, a wedding shower or a baby shower. Cotton Candy Cheesecake Shots are also fun at backyard barbecues or served as little sweet somethings after weekday dinners.
When it comes to fun summer cocktails, this Cotton Candy Tilt-A-Whirl is everything magical about carnival nights and sneaking kisses on the Ferris wheel. Duplin Cotton Candy blush wine, frozen strawberries and a hint of cream soda give this wine slushie instant summer vibes.
Duplin Cotton Candy blush wine's hints of berry and vanilla capture everything wonderful about pink cotton candy spinning onto paper cones at summertime carnivals and state fairs. This wine won’t be around for long. We made a limited number of bottles. When they’re gone, they’re gone.
Come Mother's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and other holidays, Chef Tabatha reaches into her family recipe box for irressistable Southern specialties that customers may order for pick up only at Duplin Winery in Rose Hill.
Good bourbon and plenty of crushed ice are the keys to a great mint julep, but the quintessential Kentucky Derby cocktail can pack a punch. We added fizzy Duplin Sweet Lily white wine to lighten up this Southern classic.
A single late frost between temperate days and nights can set back a harvest by at least three years. That means fewer bottles of your favorite Duplin wines. How do you save a grape vine from freezing to death during one of spring’s surprise cold snaps? “We fight ice with ice,” Duplin vineyard manager Juan Carlos Mungia said.
The dogs come out kind of crispy and loaded with flavor. Put them on buns with grilled onions, roasted peppers and raw sweet onions. Finish with a generous layer of cheddar cheese before running the dogs in their buns under the broiler until the cheese is bubbly.