March Mystery Reds Case
We can't you exactly what's in your March Mystery Reds Case, but we can tell you past cases have included great selections like
Ayrum is Turkish for “distinctive,” the perfect way to describe this dry and fruity Valdepeñas DO Spanish wine. Upon opening a bottle of Ayrum, you receive notes of strawberry preserves and vibrant cherry, leading to a rich fruit flavor without a weighted body. Ayrum Tempranillo drinks light and finishes with medium tannins, making it the perfect food lover's companion. We suggest opening your bottle an hour before your meal, giving the wine time to breathe and fully express itself.
Arnozan Bordeaux Lussac-St.Emilion
Arnozan Bordeaux Lussac-St.Emilion The vineyard that nurtures and grows this immaculate bordeaux’s grapes spreads across the hillsides and plateaus of southwestern France’s coveted Saint-Emillion. The blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon results in a vividly colored red wine, with red ripe flavors of cherry and spice, and hints of cedar on the nose and palate. Arnozan Lussac St. Emilion Red Wine is perfectly balanced, with soft and silky tannins, and a wonderful, well-rounded finish.
Black Fox Cabernet Sauvignon
Complex Cabernet Sauvignon is the most popular red wine. Black Fox’s take on this iconic red boasts flavors of raspberry and cherry, with hints of cassis and cedar. Each sip dances on your tongue with vibrant tannins, light mouth feel, and a finish that doesn’t linger too long. It’s full-bodied flavor pairs wonderfully with umami, savory, high-fat foods. In other words, keep Black Fox Cab on hand to class up a mushroom cheeseburger or grilled steak.