Mystery Red Case
There's nothing better than enjoying one of your favorite bottles of wine. Once you take that familiar sip of sweet vino all those great memories you had with it come rushing back. Still, there's something pretty great about finding new favorites, too. Thanks to our Mystery Red 12-Pack, we're able to send you some of our favorite wines that you may have never even thought to try. Give it a shot, we're sure your favorite bottle won't mind! You could receive some of these "greats" currently on our website:
2012 Sensual Malbec
Amongst the most popular Argentine Malbecs to reach the States, the Sensual Malbec comes from a single vineyard in San Rafael, Mendoza around 2,500 feet above sea level. Originally available only in restaurants, Wine Insiders couldn’t be more excited to have it for our customers. Rich and weighty on the palate, yet soft and silky in texture, the wine’s flavors echo with the lovely aromas. Malbec is a purple grape varietal originating from Bordeaux that’s growing increasingly regarded as an Argentinean wine grape, although it’s grown world-wide. The Malbec creates an intense violet wine and the best vintages tend to come from the high-altitude Argentinian region of Mendoza. Prior to prohibition, it was grown all across California, but remained in obscurity int the states from the time of prohibition until it experienced a surge in popularity during the 1990s.
2013 Black Fox Cabernet
The 2012 Black Fox Cabernet is a fruit-forward classic example of a great California Cabernet. Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the better known red wine grape varietals worldwide. Known as a prominent Bordeaux wine, expect to find it blended with Merlots and Cabernet Franc. California Cabernet’s are regarded nearly as highly as their French cousins, especially after the famed 1976 Judgment of Paris when a California Cab beat out some of Bordeaux’s best in a blind test by French experts. It’s also the second most planted grape in Washington State, after Merlot, and is also planted in Arizona, New York, Texas and Virginia. Cabernet wines are dense, dark and tannic and many have a strong black fruit flavor.