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Traminette the Volume!!

Thighs stuck to the sofa? Need oven mitts to touch your steering wheel? Yep, it's summer!

Founder Mariano Meconi named his winery after the patron saint of Faleria, his native village in Italy, and it's easy to see why. St. Julian's a pretty fascinating figure. Check it out:

Fun Facts about St. Julian.

  • St. Julian had the strength of a forklift. That's how he earned the nickname "Forklift."
  • St. Julian was the world's only shark-charmer.
  • St. Julian won the NBA All-Star Game MVP award from 1980-1984. You may remember it differently. You're remembering it wrong.
  • St. Julian is the patron saint of circus folk. (That one is actually true.)
  • St. Julian is the patron saint of cabbage. (That one is a lie.)
  • St. Julian had a magical oboe, but he got rid of it because every time he went to parties, people were like, "Where's your magical oboe?" and he started to wonder if people only liked him because of his magical oboe.
  • St. Julian beat Jimi Hendrix in a thrash contest.
  • St. Julian hated the game Battleship.
  • In his spare time, St. Julian would wander crowded beaches and help children build elaborate sand castles. Then, he would point to the horizon and say, "What's that over there?" And while the child was looking away, he would decimate the sand castle and laugh, and nobody could really blame him, because that is hilarious and an important lesson in impermanence for the child.
  • St. Julian once ate cereal for dinner!

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2013 Braganini Reserve Traminette 750ml 3-Pack

Traminette has the wine characteristics of its better-known parent, Gewurztraminer. Exotic aromas of mango, orange peel, and pear leap from the glass. Crisp acidity and a hint of sweetness create the perfect framework on which flavors of peach, melon, and lemon zest dance. The long, satisfying finish begs another sip. The racy structure is the perfect accompaniment to shellfish, seafood and Asian cuisine.

2011 St. Julian Reserve Late Harvest Riesling 750ml 3-Pack

St. Julian has developed a style of late harvest Riesling that is crisp yet moderately sweet. The 2011 vintage was harvested at 22.1 degrees Brix. At that level of ripeness, the wine develops its trademark tangerine and apricot flavors. Aromas of citrus, stone fruit, and honey are followed by flavors of apricot, tangerine, and cream, along with a slight mineral edge. Acidity and sweetness are nicely balanced on the palate, making this Late Harvest Riesling is a versatile food wine.


Winery Retail Price: $84.00
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Total MSRP:   $103.00

2013 Braganini Reserve Traminette 750ml 3-Pack

  • Alcohol: 12 %
  • Acid: 9.1 grams per liter
  • pH 3.21
  • RS:2.2%
  • Production: 1500 cases

2011 St. Julian Reserve Late Harvest Riesling 750ml 3-Pack

  • Wine Type: Light/Sweet White Wine
  • Varietal: Riesling
  • Appellation: Lake Michigan Shore
  • Harvest Date: 10/12/11
  • Sugar: 5.0%
  • Acid: 7.5 g/L
  • pH: 3.20
  • Fermentation: Stainless Steel - Cool Fermentation
  • Bottling Date: 3/28/12
  • Alcohol: 11%

Winery Details

St. Julian Winery

David R. Braganini
Paw Paw, MI

St. Julian Winery is a family-owned and operated company. This year we are celebrating our 90th anniversary. Our Braganini Reserve is named after St. Julian President, David Braganini, grandson of Founder, Mariano Meconi. Our Reserve line highlights Michigan wine at its finest. Grapes coming from the heart of one of the oldest and best grape growing regions highlight our best growers on the best soil and in the best locations in Michigan to produce the highest quality wines possible. Our combination of tradition and technique have helped make St. Julian Michigan’s oldest, largest, and most awarded winery.

We invite you to visit one our tasting rooms one of our tasting room locations or visit us at the Main winery in Paw Paw the next time you visit Michigan to experience our “Italian Roots – Michigan Soil”.

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