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The No. 1s Reds Case

The No. 1s Reds Case

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Your No. 1s Reds Case includes two bottles each of 

Coastal Passage Pinot Noir
($29.99 Single Bottle Retail Price)

A very aromatically expressive wine, with lychee, cranberry, cola, raspberry, and red cherries abounding. Hints of cinnamon and clove, wildflowers and cacao, are present, too. This wine has a bright, food-friendly profile. The perfect companion to any foods with spice. 

Les Chartrons Bordeaux Rouge
($29.99 Single Bottle Retail Price)

A charming and indulgent wine that is ideal as an aperitif or for a casual meal amongst friends. Flaunting a lively cherry red color with great intensity, the flavors are clean and fruity, with pronounced cherry, spice, and fresh herbs on the palate, a rounded mouthfeel, and supple tannins. Traditional style and character shine in this charming Bordeaux produced from 70% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.   

Val di Botte Sangiovese Puglia
($24.99 Single Bottle Retail Price)

The region of Puglia makes up the “heel” and “back of the boot” region of Italy. It is here that the Sangiovese grapes share much of the spotlight like it does in Tuscany. With unlimited coastal access, the warm Southern Italian sun and cool breezes throughout the day and night, produce balanced grapes that have big fruit and light. This combination is perfect for the acids of the tomato-centric cuisine of Puglia. Pastas, pizza, you name it. It works well. Val di botte Sangiovese flaunts flavors of red currant, raspberry, and aromatics reminiscent of potpourri and elements of clay. We recommend decanting for 30 minutes or so to lets the flavors evolve.

Big Cirrus Single Vineyard Cabernet Carménerè
($39.99 Single Bottle Retail Price)

Picked from a single estate vineyard in the heart of Chile’s winemaking countryside,  Big Cirrus has produced a beautiful wine to represent all of Chile’s winemaking progress over the last decade. Every year, vintages get more and more impressive, and this 2013 vintage of Cabernet Carmènére blend is no exception. Charming aromas of ripe raspberries and currants are representative of its ruby red hues in the glass. Further enjoyment reveals small amounts of herbs and subtle spices like white pepper and a thin layer of vanilla. Pleasing and highly enjoyable, this is an exciting new addition to our library of incredible Chilean wines. 

Pretium Red Blend
($29.99 Single Bottle Retail Price)

The region of Buzet AOC in Southwest France is known for producing quality Bordeaux style blends. The primary grapes of Buzet, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Merlot are great by themselves, but when blended together, the results are wines with deep personalities. Pretium is a blend of 60% Merlot and 40% Malbec with grapes only from vineyards in Buzet, located along the Garonne River. The winemaking team combines traditional winemaking techniques with modern equipment—a fusion of ideology in winemaking that yields an elegant profile of red fruits and spice in a well-balanced mouthfeel and a delicate finish.

Granite Ridge Pinotage
($22.99 Single Bottle Retail Price)

Pinotage has an interesting history. Originating as a genetically engineered hybrid of Pinot Noir and Cinsault (known as Hermitage in South Africa, thus the name), it came into existence back in the 1920s. Thinking the hybrid would make very good wine, the initial results were not good. If mishandled, Pinotage can make a wine that has notes of acetone, certainly not something anyone would think to drink. However, when handled well, it can make a truly unique light red wine. And if anyone in South Africa would know how to handle a grape, it would be Alex Dale and the Winery of Good Hope. Their work with the grape is a total success. It truly brings out the aspects of both of the parents of Pinotage. It has notes of cherry from Pinot Noir and some spiciness from the Cinsault. Equally important, Alex avoids anything that reminds someone of the bad parts of Pinotage. Part of this was using a very light crush and it was delicious. You'll taste some red cherries, violets and a nice juicy palate with balance, length and a bit of funky spice. Enjoy slightly chilled and you will easily able to drink a whole bottle.

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