AskMen Reds 15-Pack
Your AskMen Reds 15-Pack includes
Gejas Red Blend
As the name says, this feisty wine is big on bold, ripe flavor. Geja’s Big Bold Red is fresh and forward, with prominent, aggressive tannins and balanced acidity. If you haven’t already tried this multiple award-winner, there’s no better time than now. This is one wine you can enjoy every day of the week. Silver Medal (87 points), Critics Challenge Wine Competition; Bronze, West Coast Wine Competition.
Think of this ripe, Spanish-style red as the guest who takes the festivities to the next level. Raspberry, strawberry, plum, and black currant flavors start in the aroma and get everyone dancing through to the party’s satisfying finish. Open Kepe Tempranillo anytime and invite it by to enjoy your favorite foods like pizza, pasta, and grilled meats.
Treehaven Petite Sirah
Petite Sirah is a spicy, medium-bodied red that is beloved for its beautiful, deep color. Treehaven’s take on this fan-favorite offers aromas of raspberry and strawberry, leading to powerful flavors of crushed red berry fruit and plum jam. This rare grape is of French origin, but is now mainly grown in California, and takes up less than 10,000 planted acres around the world. A great combination for grilled meats, cold cuts, and strong cheeses, Treehaven Petite Sirah is a wine that is sure to get people talking at your next dinner party.
Black Fox Cabernet Sauvignon
Classics started off great, and developed into something respected, excellent, refined, and reliable. Think gourmet grilled cheese, your favorite singer’s surprising 10th album, or Sangiovese wine--the most famous Italian grape, known for its delicate and elegant fruitiness. Bertoli Sangiovese di Puglia IGT croons from the glass with supple berry flavors, silky mouth feel, and a lively encore.
El Portal Red Blend
Both Zinfandel and Merlot are popular grapes on their own, and this combination with Syrah proves that the sum can be greater than its parts. In this smooth and ripe-flavored red, blackberry and cherry aromas are joined by notes of black currant, plum, spice and violet. Touches of sweet tobacco and spice accentuate the fruit-forward flavor, making El Portal Red Blend very food friendly.
Monarch Glen Merlot
Monarch Glen Merlot is a tasty red wine that flaunts aromas of tangy cherry and sweet berries, leading into a clean, dry finish. Looking for a food to pair with this wonderful wine? Try herb-roasted chicken, or grilled rack of lamb with fresh mint. Monarch Glen Merlot has seen a lot of success on the awards circuit this year, with Silver Medals in the Winemaker Challenge (88 points), Toast of the Coast (87 points), San Francisco Chronicle, and West Coast wine competitions.
James and Bell Zinfandel
This unpretentious, understated and easy-drinking red wine captured our attention immediately. Its aromas focus on sweet berry and licorice, while gentle tannins let the delicate fruit flavors shine through.
Val Di Botte Toscana Rosso I.G.T.
This central Italian red boasts up-front flavors of raspberry and strawberry with hints of roasted pepper and fresh herbs. The finish is light to medium with a smooth tannin structure. Pour Val di Botte Toscana Rosso with your favorite tomato-based Italian dishes, especially if you open it early and let it breathe before drinking.
Cuvèe Joëlle Malbec Et Merlot
Among the many noteworthy French grapes, two have become especially treasured for their stunning wines. Malbec has a dark, rustic nature, while Merlot features a soft, fruit forward, and herbaceous character. When blended, they craft a unique flavor. Cuvèe Joëlle fuses red plum, raspberry, blackberry, vanilla, and fresh herbs. This exciting red blend is meant to be paired with fun dishes like bacon-wrapped blue cheese stuffed dates, pungent cheeses, and bacon blue cheese burgers.
Burke Family Cabernet Sauvignon
This classic Cabernet serves up lush blackberry and currant flavors, with hints of fresh herbs and cedar. Burke Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon pairs perfectly with foods with savory, umami flavors like smoky cheeseburgers or mom’s homemade meatloaf.
Maison Gourmand Vin Rouge
For most wine lovers, being able to drink great French wine on a daily basis is beyond our grasp. We present a solution: Vin Rouge, the captivating and delightful French table wine. You get the character of French terroir for a fraction of the price. Maison Gourmand Vin Rouge has soft flavors of black cherry and raspberry that mingle brilliantly a savory note of leather. It made us smile. We hope it does the same for you.
Villa Amoroso Toscana Rosso
There is something inherently special about Tuscan wine. It has an undeniable charisma that some say is instilled by the vine, while others are charmed by the balance and full-flavor. What wins us over is the wine’s proven food-friendliness. The contrast of tart cherry, plum, and strawberry flavors fuse with earthy notes of oregano, smoke, and tobacco, making it a wonderful dinner companion. Villa Amoroso Toscana Rosso hits every flavor note we expect, leaving us to want nothing else, except for maybe a few more bottles.
Sierra Trails Old Vine Zinfandel
Coming to us from some of the oldest Zinfandel plantings in California, Sierra Trails Old Vine Zinfandel is a complex red with aromas of ripe berry, dried plum and red currants. The flavor hints at tobacco, black pepper and sweet oak, which carries the fruits through a lingering finish.
Garnacha is the Spanish version of Grenache, a red wine that is immediately recognizable for its flavors of ripe fruit and spice. Buscado Garnacha produces intense and pleasant aromas of licorice and wild berries with slight mineral undertones. Flavors of ripe red fruit, fresh thyme and hints of minerals linger on the finish of this silky and full-bodied Spanish Garnacha.