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Holiday Wine and Liquor features one of the largest varieties of still & sparkling wines in the Rio Grande Valley. Our offerings include extensive selections from the Old World and New World. Please visit the McAllen location to browse our entire selection, and any of the other stores to browse more classic selections.


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Argentina wine


Argentina cherishes a long tradition producing top quality wines. No one can deny that after a few years of strong foreign investments, the offer of top quality Argentinean wines has outstandingly increased. Younger Argentinean generations, educated immersed in the wine culture, have aroused considerable enthusiasm around the wine industry. On top of this, if we consider the growing interest of world renowned wine experts in Argentina as wine producing country, a great and sustained development can be glimpsed.

Australia wine


Australia's first vineyards were planted in 1788 in a small area near the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Today you will find vineyards throughout all 62 designated wine regions totaling 170,000 hectares. Current export figures place Australia as the fourth largest exporter of wine, selling to more than 100 countries around the world and contributing $5.5 billion to the nation's economy.

Australia is a respected leader in combining tradition with new ideas and technical innovation and produces a diversity of wine styles.

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Primarily a white wine producer, Austria has moved well to distance it from past scandals and now operates one of the strictest quality control regimes in the world. Austria's wine sector enjoyed a successful economic year in 2007. While Austrian wine maintained its domestic dominance, wine export revenues reached a historical high because of the continuous increase in bottled wine exports.

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Chile wine


The country reversed its closed-door policies in 1980s, effectively giving rise to the next wave in the history of Chilean winemaking. Now, renowned world-wide for its excellent, upfront varietal wines from the 'classic' grape varieties, Chile now exports 50% of its production to world markets. One of the few countries not to be ravaged by phylloxera, Chile has capitalized on its unique location and micro-climates, with the cool air from the Andes tempering the hot sunshine and creating the ideal growing conditions for grapes.

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All common styles of wine - red, rosé, white (dry, semi-sweet and sweet), sparkling and fortified - are produced in France. In most of these styles, the French production ranges from cheap and simple versions to some of the world's internationally most famous and expensive examples. Although under pressure on world markets from 'new world' varietals, French exports continue to grow.

German wine


While primarily a white wine country, red wine production surged in the 1990s and early 2000s, primarily fuelled by domestic demand, and the proportion of the German vineyards devoted to the cultivation of dark-skinned grape varieties has now stabilized at slightly more than a third of the total surface. For the red wines, Spätburgunder, the domestic name for Pinot Noir, is in the lead. Developments continue with dryer styles of wine and labeling that is becoming distinctly more user-friendly.

Wine from Italy


The world's largest wine producing country, Wine is a popular drink in Italy. Grapes are grown in almost every part of Italy, with more than 1 million vineyards under cultivation.
Most wine-making in Italy is done in modern wineries. However, villagers who make wine for their own use sometimes still tread the grapes with their bare feet, until the juice is squeezed out. They believe this ancient method still makes the best wine.



Portugal has the oldest appellation system in the world, the Douro Valley. This region and Vinho Verde region, produces some of the world's finest, unique and highest value-added wines. Portugal has a large variety of native breeds (about 500), producing a very wide variety of different wines with distinctive personality. The country is considered a traditional wine grower with 8% of its continental land dedicated to vineyards. Portugal is also home to the world's most renowned sweet fortified wine, Port.

South Africa

South Africa

South African wine has a history dating back to 1659, and at one time Constantia was considered one of the greatest wines in the world. Under apartheid, the industry struggled with inferior grape varieties and industrial winemaking, but the dismantling of the old state cooperatives and access to international markets has unleashed a burst of new energy and new investment.
Production is concentrated around Cape Town, with major vineyard and production centers at Paarl, Stellenbosch and Worcester.

Spainish wine


The wines of Rioja and Jerez (Sherry) have always been famous, but Spain has finally emerged as a country with a diverse and interesting range of quality wines from its many diverse and individual regions. Areas like Penedes, Navarra, Rueda and Valdepenas are vying with the famous Rioja wines for supremacy. Value allied with quality, style and character are the hallmarks of Spanish wines.

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United States

American wine has been produced for over 300 years. Today, wine production is performed in all fifty states, with California leading the way in wine production followed by Washington State, Oregon and New York. The United States is the fourth largest wine producing country in the world after France, Italy, and Spain. The production in the US State of California alone is more than double of the production of the entire country of Australia.

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