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Connoisseur Collection Mixed Case

Connoisseur Collection Mixed Case

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Your Connoisseur Collection Mixed Case includes one bottle each of

Vista De Noche Malbec
($24.99 single bottle retail price)

Vista de Noche Malbec is a profound red, with dark fruits like blackberry mingling with herbaceous notes and a nice, smoky overlay. This full-bodied wine is destined to be best friends with many grilled meats. It’s got a lot of personality, and a finish that can please the wine drinker in all of us.
Multiple Award Winner: Silver Medal, International Women’s Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016

Villa Amoroso Sangiovese Puglia
($24.99 single bottle retail price)

Sangiovese grapes are the stars of Puglia, the wine region located in the boot-shaped country’s heel. Nourished by the ocean breezes and warm sun of Southern Italy, Villa Amoroso Sangiovese di Puglia bursts forth with earthy aromas, and flavors of red currant and raspberry. The wine’s flavors are even bolder after a 30-minute decant, which is just enough time to whip up your favorite tomato-based Italian dish. 
Multiple Award Winner: Silver Medal, San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016; Silver Medal, Berlin Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, International Eastern Wine Competition 2016

Tremo Maceración Carbónica
($24.99 single bottle retail price)

Carbonic Maceration is a cutting edge winemaking method where a carbon dioxide rich environment is used to ferment juice inside the grape. This results in very fruity wines with very little mouth-drying tannins. While most popular in France, Bodega Luis Alegre is using Carbonic Maceration in Spain on masterfully grown Tempranillo and Viura grapes for a juicy wine with an aromatic nose of raspberry, cherry and slight violet notes. Soft acidity provides just enough balance for fresh fruit notes that meet licorice on the finish.
Award Winner: Bronze Medal, San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016

Qapay Syrah Reserva
($29.99 single bottle retail price)

Central Chile’s Maule Valley possesses some of the country’s oldest vineyards, and is currently undergoing a renaissance, producing innovative wines like Qapay Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon. This exciting red has concentrated dark berry flavors and an herbaceous vibe. Start here if you want to explore the wines of Chile, the new hotspot for the oenophile set. 

Les Chartrons Bordeaux
($29.99 single bottle retail price)

Style and character shine in this charming red from the most storied wine region in France. Produced from 70% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, this indulgent blend is ideal as an aperitif or as the complement to a casual meal. Flaunting a lively cherry red color, the flavors are clean and fruity, with pronounced cherry, spice, and fresh herbs on the palate, a rounded mouthfeel, and supple tannins. 
Multiple Award Winner: 94-point Platinum Medal, Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition 2016; 90-point Gold Medal, Monterey Wine Competition 2016

Abbazia Dolcetto d'Alba D.O.C.
($34.99 single bottle retail price)

Just seeing the word Alba makes us excited. Known as the gourmet capital of Italy, Alba produces mouthwatering white truffles, savory cheeses, homemade pastas, roasted meats, and exquisite wines to go with it all. Known as the “Shy” Italian, Dolcetto D’Alba is made to be enjoyed during your nightly meal, especially one featuring tomatoes. Dolcetto is dry and velvety, with flavors of blackberry and boysenberry.
Award Winner: Bronze Medal, New York International Wine Competition 2016

Le Parlement Bordeaux Blanc
($24.99 single bottle retail price)

When we found Le Parlement Bordeaux Blanc, we were blown away by this delicate, layered white wine with generous flavors of zesty citrus, fresh grass, gooseberry and honeysuckle. White Bordeaux is not on most people's wine radar, but we love this sophisticated wine that has a Sauvignon Blanc’s appeal, with an added complexity that appeals to true enthusiasts. Do not miss this limited wine, which won the Gold for Best Bordeaux Blend in the 2016 Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition.
Multiple Award Winner: 93-point Gold Medal, Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition 2016; 89-point Silver Medal, Monterey Wine Competition 2016

Big Cirrus Chardonnay
($24.99 single bottle retail price)

Chilean Chardonnays are picked earlier, capturing a green essence that sets them apart from their California counterparts. Big Cirrus flaunts vibrant green apple and citrus zest flavors with a clean and smooth finish that lingers on the palate. If you prefer crisper Chardonnays, Big Cirrus Single Estate is your next white wine. 

Cepage Sauvignon Blanc
($19.99 single bottle retail price)

There are many reasons to be a fan of Sauvignon Blanc. It is light, refreshing, vibrant, and versatile. Cépage Sauvignon Blanc hails from France, the white grape’s country of origin. With crisp notes of citrus and exotic fruits, Cépage is perfectly balanced with a sense of freshness and a lingering finish. This wine drinks brilliantly on its own, but truly shines when paired with fresh fish and creative salads.
Award Winner: Bronze Medal, New York International Wine Competition 2016

Marquis de Bacalan Sauvignon Blanc
($29.99 single bottle retail price)

While almost 90% of the wine produced in France’s legendary Bordeaux region is red, Bordeaux whites are made with the same care and eye for detail as the region’s reds. For example, 2015 Marquis de Bacalan Bordeaux Blanc thrilled us with its sophistication. It’s a delicately layered white, with plenty of space for generous flavors of citrus, grass, gooseberry, and honeysuckle. Think of this Bordeaux Blanc as a white that possesses the same appeal as a Sauvignon Blanc, but with a complexity that is sure to thrill connoisseurs. 

Vinum Chenin Blanc
($29.99 single bottle retail price)

Vinum Africa has succeeded in making a beautiful wine from an oft-neglected grape. Chenin Blanc was once known as the “ugly duckling of Stellenbosch,” but Vinum has nurtured it into a vibrant and elegant white, with exciting aromas of white petals and crisp citrus. The palate has layers of fresh lime and gentle spices, underscored by fruit, and finished with a refreshing minerality. Enjoy Vinum Chenin Blanc with food of your choice. We find that it’s especially delicious with the spices in Thai and Indian food.

Val Di Botte Pinot Grigio I.G.T.
($19.99 single bottle retail price)

Light and refreshing Val Di Botte Pinot Grigio is the quintessential summertime wine. It’s made with grapes grown south of Milan and close to the Italian Alps, the definitive source for the world’s best Pinot Grigio. This low-alcohol white flaunts citrus zest, apple, pears and nectarine flavors that mingle with slight almond and ginger notes. Serve it ice cold to maximize the crispness. 
Multiple Award Winner: Bronze Medal, San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, International Eastern Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, Berlin Wine Competition 2016


Product Reviews
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David Heise Sr.
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(Sep 29, 2016 at 8:39 AM)
First is a review of the Vista De Noche Malbec: EXCELLENT Malbec. I detect notes of green grass, pepper,leather and oak. Bold in taste with raisin on the nose with a long finish. First pour at room temp with pasta/mild sausage/peppers and onions in an oven roasted tomato sauce - superb. Another great selection from the W-I Connoseur Collection. Now, the collection in general: I have not gotten through the entire case BUT - every wine so far has been exceptional!! This is by far the best case that I've had the privilege of commenting on. Worth every penny!

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