Mystery White 6 Pack
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 White 6-Pack, we're able to send you some of our favorite white wines that you may have never even thought to try. Perfect for the white wine lover looking to expand and the red wine lover looking to convert. Give it a shot, we're sure your favorite bottle won't mind! You could receive some of these "greats" currently on our website:
2013 Cannery Row Chardonnay
Based in Monterey County along California’s famed Central Coast, the talented winemaker blended fruit from a cool-climate vineyard along the Arroyo Seco riverbed with a small lot from a warm inland valley. The result: a stylish, delicious, classic California Chardonnay. Its fresh fruit aromas lead to flavors of apple, nectarine and ripe juicy melon. A hint of toasty oak and vanilla from oak aging adds depth and complexity, while a balancing acidity keeps it refreshing.
2013 Tied Knot Riesling
The 2013 vintage of the Tied Knot Riesling continues the winery's legacy of consistency. It's delicate, soft and notably approachable, but without sacrificing a certain special crispness. Our experts were most impressed by how nicely balanced they found this vintage, with a fruity conglomeration of Meyer lemon, pink grapefruit and peach being the catalyst in both the flavor and aroma of the wine.
2013 Hayton Family Reserve Chardonnay
Made by a producer of award winning boutique wines from Napa Valley, this Hayton Chardonnay is a limited production wine created as a tribute to one of California's pioneering vineyard families. A refreshing “say no to oak” style Chardonnay – bright and light with citrus, apple and tropical fruit aromas and flavors. A gentle acidity adds structure and creates a palate cleansing finish while allowing the delicate fruit flavors to shine.
I realize there are only six bottles, so it's not possible to have anything resembling a wide range of varietals, but five out of six seems a little silly.