Wines Around the World Premium Mixed 15-Pack
Yes, I want to upgrade to Super Premium!
Want to make your deal even more awesome? For only $28 more you can upgrade 8 bottles in your order to super premium, reserve level wines.
2014 Bear Hug Cabernet Sauvignon
We are particularly excited about this exclusive, barrel select Cabernet Sauvignon from California. First off, we recommend opening it and walking way. It’s a difficult thing to do, but letting this tasty red wine open up for 30 minutes gives it the chance to stretch its legs and really show its stuff. First pass with your nose brings enticing aromas ripe cherries, flowers, and cotton candy. The first sip will have you savoring bright cherries, cassis, and ripe blackberries with a full and pleasing mouth feel and smooth, easy-going finish.
Gold Medal Winner - 2016 New York International Wine Competition
California 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Barrel Select of the Year - 2016 New York International Wine Competition
2015 Qapay Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva
Maule Valley in Central Chile possesses some of the country’s oldest vineyards. So it is safe to say that this region in ingrained with winemaking tradition and experience with red wines. Currently undergoing a winemaking renaissance, we are seeing wines of increasing quality and that are stylistically innovative. Qapay Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon is a wine with concentrated dark berry flavors with an herbaceous vibe. If you haven’t explored much with the regions of Chile and are looking for a exciting new wine to try, you should start here with this Reserve level Cabernet from Qapay.
2013 Granite Ridge Pinotage
Since the 1920s, vintners have been honing Pinotage, a genetic hybrid of Pinot Noir and Hermitage (or Cinsault) grapes that yields a truly unique light red wine. South Africa’s Winery of Good Hope has perfected the hybrid, with a Pinotage that brings out the aspects of both grapes. In addition to the notes of cherry from the Pinot Noir, and the spiciness from the Hermitage, you'll enjoy a nice juicy palate with balance, length, and a bit of spice, especially if you drink it slightly chilled.
2015 Maison Gourmand Vin Rouge
France is no doubt the world’s foremost winemaking region in regal varietals and collectable wines from notable appellations. For most of the wine loving community, being able to drink great French wine on a daily basis is beyond our grasp. For those not in the know, French table wine otherwise also known as Vin Rouge can be captivating and delightful to drink. You get the character of French terroir for a fraction of the price. When we discovered Maison Gourmand, our smiles were wide with joy. Soft flavors of black cherry and raspberry coat the palate with a note of leather and a savory bitterness that mingle together brilliantly.
2014 Pavillon La Tourelle Bordeaux Rouge
Pavillon La Tourelle’s unique wines draw their character from the soil, climate and winemaking traditions that make up Bordeaux’s inimitable terroir. This blend of 50% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc, and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon is a vivid red with medium depth and clean but intense cherry and black currant flavors. Pavillon la Tourelle is an enjoyable, supple, smooth wine with an easy finish.
2015 Fleur De Roche Malbec - Southern France
Made from 100% Malbec grapes, this robust and complex French red excites with flavors of raspberry, black currant, and blackberry. Firm tannins make for a smooth wine that is wonderful on its own, or with seasoned meat dishes.
NV Della Flora Nero d' Avola
Sicily’s premier grape Nero d’Avola is like Cabernet Sauvignon to California – the two go hand in hand. Nero d’Avola’s bold flavors contrast the wine’s light red profile. Della Flora’s vibrant version offers flavors of blackberry, plum, sweet spice, and smoke with a sultry finish. This is a wine for food lovers, especially beef dishes like stews, burgers, and even meatloaf.
2015 Pico Malbec
Pico Malbec’s flavor profile is a salute to this style of wine’s homeland, Cahors in France. It drinks profoundly, with notes of blackberry and herbs. This red’s smoky overlay hits it off well with your favorite grilled meat. It’s full bodied, has a personality, and has a finish that should please the wine drinker in all of us.
Gold Medal Winner - 2016 Women's International Wine Competition
2014 Bear Hug Winemaker Select Chardonnay
Chardonnay is the world’s most versatile white grape, with variations depending on the growing region and picking time. Within each lot, a coveted grouping is bottled separately and known as Winemaker Select. This is often the most accessible and enjoyable Chardonnay that you can get. Bear Hug Winemaker Select California Chardonnay is our best of the best. From the first sip, you will find flavors of green apple, nectarine, honeysuckle, and melon, all in a perfect harmonious balance.
Gold Medal Winner 93pts- 2016 Toast of the Coast Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Critics Wine Challenge
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 West Coast Wine Competition
2014 Domaine de Menard White Blend
Southern France’s Domaine De Ménard has been producing international award-winning wines and cultivating vineyards in Gascogne since 1920. This white blend exemplifies the region’s vibrant wines with a blend of local Colombard, Sauvignon and Gros Manseng grapes, resulting in an aromatic, elegant and crisp white, with tropical fruit notes and green flavors. Enjoy it with shellfish.
2015 Maison Gourmand Vin Blanc
The grapes that make up the blend of Maison Gourmand are picked at the perfect ripeness to ensure that the wine represents the true terroir of Southwest France. Sauvignon Blanc provides this Vin Blanc a subtle, fruity flavor profile with heavy notes of citrus. Adding 40% of Loin De L’oeil to the Sauvignon Blanc gives the wine a full-bodied mouthfeel providing a luxurious sensation on the palate. The end result is a French white wine that is round, audacious, and fresh. A perfect accompaniment to light seafood pastas and desserts like apple tart.
Gold Medal Winner 91-Points - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
Best White Bordeaux Appellation - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Critics Challenge Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Berlin International Wine Competition
NV Abbazia Asti Spumante D.O.C.G.
Some sparkling wines are perfect as an aperitif and some are perfect with dessert. Abbazia Sparkling Asti happens to be both. This light and distinctive Italian wine was produced in Piedmont, the same region that produces coveted truffles, cheeses and meats. This moscato-based sparkling wine carries a D.O.C.G. rating, the highest level of wine certification from the Italian National Government, ensuring that this wine is of the utmost quality. Abbazia Sparkling Asti’s delicate floral, and fruity nature makes it an excellent pairing it with sponge cake, soufflés, fruit salads, strudels, or a treat of your choice.
Gold Medal Winner, 93pts - 2016 San Francisco International Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
2015 Les Collines Cezanne Rose
A quick glance at this stunning Rosé and you’ll instantly notice the gorgeous salmon hue coming from the bottle. Some say this is the perfect color for judging Rosé from the South of France, noting that it will be light, refreshing, and have layers of fruit and depth that you would desire. A blend of Grenache and Cinsault, the Les Collines de Cézanne Rosé holds true to this ideology. As we opened the bottle and poured the first glass aromas of fresh smashed strawberries and white plums enticed our sense of smell. Swirl the wine around in the glass to unleash the of flavors lemon, grapefruit and white peaches, paired with the perfect amount of acidity. This Rosé doesn’t fall short as it lingers a second or two, delivering a pleasant mouthfeel. This Rosé is perfect for the summer and great as a pre-dinner drink or paired with poultry and even lamb dishes.
NV Abbazia Moscato Rosé Dolce
Some sparkling wines are perfect as an aperitif and some are perfect with dessert. Abbazia Rosé Dolce happens to be both. This light Italian wine was produced in Piedmont, the same region that produces coveted truffles, cheeses and meats. Pink-hued Abbazia Rosé Dolce’s delicate, fruity nature makes it excellent on its own, or paired with your favorite sweet treat.
Silver Medal - 2016 International Women's Wine Competition
2014 Myth Riesling
The intense sun and cool pacific winds of Washington state’s Cascade mountain range optimize ripeness and sugar levels in nearby vineyards, resulting in fruity, rich wines. Myth’s newest Riesling entices your nose with aromas of nectarine, apricot, and honey leading into flavors of honey crisp apple and stone fruit. Riesling is an inherently versatile white, begging to be enjoyed at a cocktail party or with Thai and Indian-inspired cuisine.
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Toast of the Coast Wine Competition