Wines Around the World Mixed 15-Pack
2015 Longchase Vintners Cabernet Sauvignon
Light and versatile California Cabernet Sauvignon with tasty flavors of raspberry and cherry that gain complexity through a baking spice note. 2015 Longchase Vintners Cabernet Sauvignon is the bottle you want to uncork with a pizza, a couple friends, and your favorite John Coltrane album (we suggest Live at Birdland).
Silver Medal — 2017 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
2013 Fair Oaks Zinfandel
Fair Oaks’ claret-style Zinfandel is packed with rich berry jam flavors and hints of black pepper and anise. A nice touch of acidity creates a clean, food friendly finish. Our expert wine panel enjoyed it from appetizers through to dessert and wished they had more.
Gold Medal - 2017 West Coast Wine Competition
Silver Medal 88-point - 2016 Toast of the Coast Wine Competition
Silver Medal 87-point - 2016 Monterey Wine Competition
Silver Medal - 2016 West Coast Wine Competition
2015 Qapay Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva
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.
2015 Poco a Poco Tempranillo
Tempranillo is a powerful and oaky red wine from the Iberian Peninsula. Until recently, it was only enjoyed outside of Europe by in-the-know wine drinkers. Poco a Poco shines brightly among the innovators who have recently been bringing this under-the-radar red to broader audiences. Poco a Poco means "bit by bit," which describes the careful steps taken to finesse this balanced wine that features bold flavors of cherry, plum, sweet tobacco, tomato, and vanilla.
Silver Medal Winner - Women's International Wine Competition
2015 Nguilleu Merlot
This crowd-pleasing Merlot hails from Chile’s Valle Central, the newest international wine hotspot. The flavors are soft and fruit-driven, making a wonderful companion for a meal, or for your favorite companions.
2015 Cuvee Joelle Malbec et Merlot
Among the many grapes that originate from France, two come to mind that have been known to craft stunning wines. Malbec has a dark, rustic nature and Merlot with its fruit forward, soft, and herbaceous character are two wines, that when put together, craft a unique wine flavor. Cuvèe Joëlle is a perfectly balanced blend of Malbec and Merlot fusing flavors of red plum, raspberry, blackberry, vanilla and fresh herbs. This wine is meant to be paired with fun and exciting dishes like bacon-wrapped blue cheese stuffed dates, pungent cheeses, and bacon blue cheese burgers.
2015 Cala De Poeti Sangiovese Puglia
Sangiovese is the most popular Italian wine grape, and it produces what most consider to be the quintessential Italian red wines—think smooth and velvety, beautifully ruby red, and perfect with tomato-based Italian dishes. YEAR Cala de Poeti Sangiovese is made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, and hails from Puglia, the olive oil-rich heel of Italy’s boot. This harmonious and fruity red will liven up any meal with its flavors of tart cherry and red plum.
2015 Geja's Private Reserve Big Bold Red
This exciting new vintage of a multiple award-winning favorite stays true to its name. 2015 Geja’s Big Bold Red has a fresh and forward profile that starts with intense fruit aromas and follows through with ripe flavors of dark cherry and rhubarb, topped off by tasty notes of mocha and vanilla. The result is a smooth and highly drinkable California red that you are sure to enjoy.
Silver Medal — 2017 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
2015 Snickerdoodle Chardonnay
Crisp, refreshing chardonnay is the first thing that comes to mind when most people think of white wine. Snickerdoodle makes a fresh Chardonnay, with flavors of green apple, nectarine and juicy melon. A subtle hint of oak adds complexity without cutting into the wine’s crispness, resulting in a delicious gem of a California Chardonnay.
2016 Bayshore Vintners Pinot Grigio
Pinot Grigio is one of the most refreshing white wines you can drink—the perfect companion to a meal on a hot summer day. The 2016 vintage of Bayshore Vintners Pinot Grigio continues in this proud tradition. Made from grapes grown on one of California’s oldest Pinot Grigio vineyards, this fruit-driven white dances across the tongue with a crisp acidity and delicious flavors of melon and tangerine.
2015 Vina San Juan White
La Mancha is the land of Hillside casas, Don Quixote, and truly special white wine like Viña San Juan’s blend of Chardonnay, Verdejo, and Viura. This elegant Spanish white has wonderful, fresh aromas of herbs, apple, peach, and tropical fruit, which reflect on the palate and lead to a lovely, silky finish. This makes for a perfect pairing with tapas and a range of Spanish seafood dishes including fish with butter sauce, pasta and cheese.
NV Val di Botte Pinot Grigio I.G.T.
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.
Bronze Medal — San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016
Bronze Medal — International Eastern Wine Competition 2016
Bronze Medal — Berlin Wine Competition 2016
2016 Cachil Sauvignon Blanc Reserva
This bright Sauvignon Blanc was produced in Colchagua Valley, the most prestigious wine region in Chile. It features a vibrant acidity and layers of citrus fruit and freshly cut grass. Cachil Sauvignon Blanc creates a wonderful drinking experience for any white wine lover.
NV Abbazia Moscato Vino Dolce I.G.T.
This Moscato is a fun and spritzy white wine from Northern Italy’s Lombardia province, where sun-soaked days and cool nights produce highly flavorful wines. This sweet and beautifully floral wine is ideal as an aperitif or with a delectable dessert.
Gold Medal 93-point — Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition 2016
Gold Medal — International Eastern Wine Competition 2016
2015 Anta da Serra White Blend
With Wine Spectator Magazine naming a Portuguese wine #1 worldwide in 2014, Portugal is beginning to rival legendary regions like Napa Valley and Bordeaux. The unique blend of white Roupeiro, Fernao Pires and Arinto grapes in this vibrant, dry wine produces fruity and floral aromas with flavors of citrus and stone fruit.
Bronze Medal — International Women’s Wine Competition 2016