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 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.
90-point Gold Medal - 2016 Critics Challenge International Wine Competition
88-point Silver Medal - 2016 Monterey Wine Competition
Silver Medal - 2016 West Coast Wine Competition
NV Cantus Vino Rosso
Open this non-vintage Italian Red from Cantus early, giving it time to breathe before drinking. When you taste the flavors of raspberry and strawberry, you’ll know it was worth the wait. This smooth, central Italian red follows the up-front fruit with hints of roasted peppers and fresh herbs that start a fascinating conversation with your favorite tomato-based Italian dishes.
Silver Medal - New York International Wine Competition 2016
Silver Medal - San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016
2015 Trebuchet Red Blend
This earthy and dark Bordeaux-style red hails from South Africa, and is named to commemorate a working Shropshire-built trebuchet on its estate. Made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Malbec, 2015 Trebuchet Red Blend is a deep garnet-purple color in the glass, with flavors of ripe blackberries and plums, accompanied by earthy undertones. Firm tannins provide ample weight and structure, smoothed by gentle oak. This is the wine you want next time you’re cooking steak.
2016 Kepe Tempranillo
Tempranillo is Spain’s signature red grape, creating highly enjoyable and versatile wines like this exciting new vintage of multiple award-winning Kepe Tempranillo. This ripe red balances notes of red berries and darker fruits like plum and currant, moving into a satisfying finish. We love a glass on its own, or with a crowd-pleasing meal—pizza, pasta, grilled meat, and a variety of Mexican dishes.
Silver Medal - 2017 San Diego International Wine Competition
2016 Maison Gourmand Vin Rouge
Suited for many meals, and any social situation, Maison Gourmand Vin Rouge is a delightful and versatile French red with soft flavors of black cherry, tart currants and white pepper, with hints of leather. Pour a glass tonight.
2015 Bertoli Sangiovese di Puglia IGT
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.
Gold Medal - 2017 International Eastern Wine Competition
Silver Medal - 2017 Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition
2016 Paperbark Shiraz
2016 Paperbark Shiraz joins us from a fifth-generation winemaking family in southern Australia’s Barossa Valley, a region famous for its big, flavorful Shiraz. Named for an Australian tree with peeling bark and fluffy white flowers, Paperbark Shiraz is true to its region, with a lovely purple color and aromas of plum, vanilla, and white pepper. It’s silky on the palate with bright flavors of blackberry and plum, and notes of chocolate and spice, leading into a long, succulent finish.
Silver Medal - 2017 Critics Challenge Wine & Spirits Competition
2015 James and Bell Sauvignon Blanc
California Sauvignon Blanc is known as an exceptionally food-friendly wine. James and Bell’s take on this subtly savory white offers aromas and flavors of summer melon, peach and citrus, which are great with spicy foods and fish. Meanwhile, the wine’s acidity makes it the perfect counterpoint to fats. Try it with green veggies sautéed in butter. Keep plenty of crisp and dry James and Bell Sauvignon Blanc on hand—you’re bound to find plenty of occasions to uncork this versatile white wine.
2015 La Petite Tour Classic White
La Petite Tour winery has been a highlight of California’s wine scene since the 1980s. Over the years, this white blend has remained a family favorite, and was originally only made in small lots for their own table. La Petite Tour Classic White is a delicately aromatic, medium-bodied wine with flavors of ripe pear and surprisingly bright citrus notes. It’s a versatile food wine, that pairs well with fish, grilled chicken or vegetables, and we’ve found that it’s the bottle that thrills white wine fans…and converts red wine drinkers.
89-point Silver Medal - 2016 Critics Challenge International Wine Competition
89-point Silver Medal - 2016 Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition
88-point Silver Medal - 2016 Monterey Competition
87-point Silver Medal - 2017 Toast of the Coast Wine Competition
Silver Medal - 2017 West Coast Wine Competition
Bronze Medal - 2015 Grand Harvest Awards
2016 Bianchi Chenin Blanc/Chardonnay
This refreshing blend of Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay is made from handpicked Argentinean grapes, grown at the foot of the Andes in San Rafael, Mendoza. 2016 Bianchi Chenin Blanc/Chardonnay has an attractive profile that balances Chenin Blanc’s dry and zesty feel with Chardonnay’s richer qualities, resulting in a versatile white wine with notes of pear and apple.
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 Nguilleu Sauvignon Blanc
Named for a sun-like, fruit-bearing plant that grows in the southern Andes mountains, Nguilleu wines are emblematic of the balance of tradition and innovation that characterizes the growing Chilean wine scene. 2016 Nguilleu Sauvignon Blanc is grown in a cold weather climate, and steel-aged for a bright and tart feel. The aromas are perfumed with grapefruit, and the flavors offer notes of lemon, gooseberry, and grass, with a mild salinity that is balanced by mellow honeysuckle on the finish.
Gold Medal - 2017 International Eastern Wine Competition
NV Villa Amoroso Moscato Vino Dolce
The sunny days and cool nights of northern Italy’s Lombardia province nurture grapes, resulting in flavorful, festive wines like Villa Amoroso Moscato. Moscato is beloved for its fruity peach and citrus flavors, and this spritzy and light-hearted white has a floral feel that can bookend any meal, whether you serve it as an apertif or with dessert.
93-point Gold Medal - 2016 Monterey Wine Competition
Silver Medal - 2016 International Eastern Wine Competition
2016 Vivre Sa Vie Vin Blanc
Live your life with a heightened sense of joy when you uncork this harmonious blend of iconic French red grapes. Zesty Sauvignon Blanc intertwines with fruity Loin de l’Oeil to create something greater than the sum of its parts: a wine with a je ne sais quoi that adds that special something to any meal or occasion.