New Wine Arrivals Mixed 12 Pack
Your mixed case contains the following wines:
Midnight Ridge Shiraz, South Eastern Australia
Shiraz is a wine that has a very expressive flavor profile. Wine drinkers alike seek out Shiraz from Australia for its dark and spicy nature as well as the reputation of Shiraz for a great bang for the buck. Midnight Ridge Shiraz is just that wine. It flaunts dark fruit flavors of blueberry, blackberry, with mingling vanilla, allspice, and white pepper. It’s balanced, soft, and bold and pairs beautifully with myriad of savory dishes like barbecue pulled pork sandwiches. If you love a muscular wine that is a joy to drink, this is your wine.
Cantavida Pinot Noir, Leyda Valley, Chile
Cantavida Pinot Noir is a well-balanced, soft, and flavor packed Pinot Noir from the Central region of Leyda Valley in Chile. Leyda is known for producing wines of intensive flavors with a soft and pleasant mouthfeel. Case in point for Cantavida, as this wine boasts flavors of strawberry, cherry, and spice in an elegant expression. Serve this expressive Pinot Noir slightly chilled to release all the aromas and flavors in the wine, and pair with grilled salmon or steak tacos.
Center Cut Merlot, California
An incredibly versatile wine, Center Cut Merlot offers up rich aromas of dried fig, black currant, and cinnamon. Flavors of anise, licorice, and blackberry jam dominate the palate with notes of clove and caraway
Cloud Valley Pinot Noir, California
This elegant, light-bodied Pinot Noir opens with graceful aromas of sweet cherries, strawberries and a slight earthiness, followed by soft flavors of vanilla, light oak and ripe raspberry.
Burke Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, California
Made in the classic style, this wine serves up blackberry, currant, fresh herbs, and a hint of cedar with the lush fruit guiding you along the way. This wine goes perfectly with foods with umami flavors like burgers with bacon and Gorgonzola cheese or mom’s homemade meatloaf.
Camartina Sauvignon Blanc, Colchagua Valley, Chile
Sauvignon Blanc has quickly become the signature grape of Chile. Crisp and refreshing, a good Chilean Sauvignon Blanc is something to be treasured. The Camartina is one of the best Sauvignon Blanc from Chile that we've had the fortune to taste. Made from perfect fruit that comes from an estate vineyard in the Colchagua Valley, the Camartina is extraordinary. Tropical fruit aromas abound immediately in this wine tempered by the slightest bit of herbaceousness and green chili. Refreshing and balance, these flavors intertwine nicely on the palate. A beautiful aperitif or an accompaniment for a light starter or seafood dish.
Coastal Passage Chardonnay, California
The wine opens up with aromas of daffodil, pear, and apples, with hints of freshly baked French bread. Flavors of ripe peaches and lemon tart with layers of crème fraiche with a nice rich mid-palate texture ruby red grapefruit and green apple. There is a lot going on in this bottle and Coastal Passage is a Chardonnay for the people who don't like Chardonnay. It's a game changer and that's why we love it.
Bayshore Vintners Pinot Grigio
This lovely wine from Bayshore is produced from one of the first vineyards in California planted with Pinot Grigio that originally focused on dessert wines. That is until a wine importer, seeing the potential for table wines, usedthese grapes to launch a line of food-friendly table wines. Gorgeous aromas jump out of the glass and delicious flavors of melon, citrus and tangerine are completed by a refreshing thread of crisp acidity.