Oops Mixed Case
Your Oops Mixed Case includes one bottle each of
Albarrada is a new and exclusive winery that showcases local Portuguese grapes. This excellent red wine (or vinho tinto, in Portuguese) features Castelão grapes, which thrive on Portugal’s drier, harsher climate. The resulting wine is aromatic and fruit-forward with notes of red berries and mild floral notes. We suggest Albarrada Red for fans of Tempranillo and Barbera, especially if you pair it with French charcuterie or Korean short ribs.
Cuvèe Joëlle Malbec et Merlot
Among the many noteworthy French grapes, two have become especially treasured for their stunning wines. Malbec has a dark, rustic nature, while Merlot features a soft, fruit forward, and herbaceous character. When blended, they craft a unique flavor. Cuvèe Joëlle fuses red plum, raspberry, blackberry, vanilla, and fresh herbs. This exciting red blend is meant to be paired with fun dishes like bacon-wrapped blue cheese stuffed dates, pungent cheeses, and bacon blue cheese burgers.
Multiple Award Winner: 87-point Silver Medal, Critics Challenge International Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, International Eastern Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, Berlin Wine Competition 2016
Think of this ripe, Spanish-style red as the guest who takes the festivities to the next level. Raspberry, strawberry, plum, and black currant flavors start in the aroma and get everyone dancing through to the party’s satisfying finish. Open Kepe Tempranillo anytime and invite it by to enjoy your favorite foods like pizza, pasta, and grilled meats.
Multiple Award Winner: 88-point Silver Medal, Critics Challenge International Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, Berlin Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, New York International Wine Competition 2016
Val di Botte Sangiovese I.G.T
Sangiovese grapes are the stars of Puglia, the wine region located in the boot-shaped country’s heel. Nourished by the ocean breezes and warm sun of Southern Italy, Villa Amoroso Sangiovese di Puglia bursts forth with earthy aromas, and flavors of red currant and raspberry. The wine’s flavors are even bolder after a 30-minute decant, which is just enough time to whip up your favorite tomato-based Italian dish.
Multiple Award Winner: Silver Medal, San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016; Silver Medal, Berlin Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, International Eastern Wine Competition 2016
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.
Multiple Award Winner: 90-point Gold Medal, Critics Challenge International Wine Competition 2016; 88-point Silver Medal, Monterey Wine Competition 2016; Silver Medal, West Coast Wine Competition 2016
Anticipation is our favorite feeling. There’s nothing better than hearing familiar footsteps, putting a date in our calendars, or opening wine early so it can breathe. This smooth, central Italian red will reward your patience with up-front flavors of raspberry and strawberry, and hints of roasted pepper and fresh herbs. Get in the moment and enjoy this delicious red with your favorite tomato-based Italian dishes.
Multiple Award Winner: Gold Medal, New York International Wine Competition 2016; Silver Medal, San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016; Silver Medal, Sunset International Wine Competition 2016
Bayshore Vintners Pinot Grigio
This refreshing Bayshore wine comes from one of the first California vineyards to grow Pinot Grigio. The white grapes were originally used for dessert wines, until an importer recognized their great potential and used them 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 crisp thread of acidity.
Multiple Award Winner: 87-point Silver Medal, Monterey Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, West Coast Wine Competition 2016; Bronze Medal, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 2016
Cachil Sauvignon Blanc Reserva
This bright Sauvignon Blanc was produced in Colchagua Valley, the most prestigious wine region in Chile. It features a vibrant acidity and layers of citrus fruit and freshly cut grass. Cachil Sauvignon Blanc creates a wonderful drinking experience for any white wine lover.
Cala de Poeti Bianco
We love our white wines fresh and fruity, with a dryness that makes us excited for the next sip. Cala de Poeti Vino Bianco is made to please, with pleasant, fruity and floral aromas, followed by tasty flavors of green apple, melon, and lemon zest. The finish is vibrant and refreshing, making this wine perfect when enjoyed with a friend, and a favorite fish or white meat meal.
Maison Gourmand Vin Blanc
This fresh white features a harmonious blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Loin de l’Oeil grapes, picked at perfect ripeness to convey southwest France’s incomparable terroir. Maison Gourmand Vin Blanc is a luxurious, full-bodied white that offers a fruity flavor profile with heavy notes of citrus. Enjoy it throughout a meal, as it compliments light seafood pastas and desserts like apple tart.
Multiple Award Winner: 91-point Gold Medal, Monterey Wine Competition 2016; 89-point Silver Medal, Critics Challenge International Wine Competition 2016; Silver Medal, Berlin Wine Competition 2016
Longitude White Blend
When we think of white wine, we think of summer evenings in the backyard, sharing stories with a friend or two, eating buttery seafood with fresh green salad. Longitude White Blend is crisp and easy to drink, delivering flavors of melon, honey, and citrus with a vibrant finish. This is the wine that you want to have chilled and ready in case someone drops by.
The Camartina Estate Bottled Chardonnay is a smooth white wine with moderate acidity and a clean minerality. Its aromas and flavors of tropical fruit and lean pear make it perfect for white meats and full-bodied fish, creamy seafood recipes and your favorite corn-based dishes. Camartina Chardonnay comes from Chile’s esteemed and innovative Colchagua Valley, which was awarded Wine Region of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine in 2005.