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Tres Magnifique Mixed 15-Pack

Tres Magnifique Mixed 15-Pack

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2013 Cala De Poeti Morellino di Scansano (x1)

Cala de Poeti Morellino di Scansino is the quintessential wine from Maremma, a beautiful area of the Tuscan coast that is known as Italy’s Wild West. This fruity and dry red has a voluptuous texture, with fragrances of fresh cherries and plums. Made from hand-harvested grapes grown in a restricted production area between the rivers Ombrone and Albegna, Cala de Poeti Morellino di Scansino is ruby red, with fruity with notes of cherries, blackberries, and violets. It has a great complexity, with soft tannins that make it the ideal match for grilled red meat, lasagna, and mature cheeses.

2014 Cala De Poeti Maremma Toscana (x1)

Maremma is Italy’s Wild West. This gorgeous section of Tuscan coastline is a landscape of white sandy beaches, umbrella pines, strawberry trees, oak trees and heather that gives way as one drives inland to classic rolling hills covered in olive trees and magnificent vineyards. This beautiful land’s sun, sand, clay, and sea breezes unite to impart the meticulously pruned grapes in 2013 Cala de Poeti Maremma with an exceptional quality. Pour a glass of this complex, ruby red Tuscan favorite and savor intense, vinous aromas that lead into a dry, fruity flavor that summons cherries, blackberries, and violets. The soft tannins and persistent finish make Cala de Poeti Maremma the ideal pairing for highly flavorful foods like grilled red meat, lasagna, and aged cheeses. 

2015 Abbazia Dolcetto d'Alba D.O.C (x1)

Just seeing the word Alba makes us excited. Known as the gourmet capital of Italy, many things come from Alba that bring us tremendous joy. White truffles, savory cheeses, homemade pastas, roasted meats that make our mouths water, and exquisite wines to go with it all. From Alba, we turn to Dolcetto to enjoy for a nightly meal. Known as the “Shy” Italian, it drinks one way, simply to be enjoyed. It is not like its sister variety, Nebbiolo, which is far too complex and requires too much thought and attention. Here, you can enjoy wines from Alba, especially Dolcetto, for what it is, a great wine to enjoy, now. What to expect from Dolcetto? It simply drinks beautifully when paired with anything with tomatoes. Even though Dolcetto means ‘little sweet one’: this wine is dry and definitely not little. Flavors of blackberry and boysenberry flow through its velvety mouthfeel with a firm finish.


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2014 Les Chartrons Bordeaux Superieur (x1)

Les Chartrons Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge comes from a Platinum Medal-winning winery in France’s most legendary wine region. A refined blend of 40% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Franc, and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, this indulgent red invites the eye with a deep ruby color. The flavors are of ripe fruit, with hints of oak, and rounded, well-integrated tannins that create a wonderfully balanced red. Enjoy this Bordeaux with a friend, your favorite meal, or both.

2014 Jean Boisselier Red Blend (x1)

This soft and subtle French red comes to us from Coteaux Bourguignons, a newly designated region that includes Burgundy. 2014 Jean Boisselier Coteaux Bourguignons AOP features Gamay grapes, a member of the Pinot Noir family that produce light-bodied reds like this easy-drinking summer favorite. Pour a glass and enjoy prominent strawberry and raspberry flavors followed by a subtle hint of black pepper. This wine is delicious chilled to around 54 degrees, especially when paired with poultry, rabbit, tomato sauces, and steamed vegetables. The soft tannins even complement fish, for those who love reds over everything.

2015 Pretium Malbec (x1)

Made from 100% Malbec grapes, this elegant red seduces with summery notes of red and black fruits like raspberry, black currant, and blackberry. From southwest France’s Cahors region, smooth and fruity Pretium Malbec is delightful as an aperitif, and ready to be enjoyed with flavorful meat dishes like beef tajine, chicken curry, and spiced leg of lamb.

2015 Haut Vignac Red Blend (x1)

The grapes in 2015 Haut Vignac Périgord are grown near the Dordogne River in beautiful southwest France, and produce an attractive, ruby red wine. This thoughtful blend of 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Cabernet Franc engages the drinker with fruity and pleasant aromas. The first sip delights with a soft and fruity flavor, rounded out by soft tannins. Indulge in this wine whenever you want to savor something beautiful, but be sure to keep a bottle or two on hand next time you’re enjoying grilled food.

2014 Duc De Castellac Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot (x1)

The label of 2014 Duc De Castellac Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot Bergerac features the Maison de Peyrarède, where Louis XIII is rumored to have spent the night. This Bergerac mansion is sophisticated and elegant—emblematic of this soft, fruit-driven, and lightly oaked blend of classic French grapes. Savor this exquisite red in a mansion of your own.

2014 Terre Blanche Grand Vin de Bordeaux (x1)

A smooth and dry red from the historic Bordeaux subregion of Graves, 2014 Terre Blanche Bordeaux features 50% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc, and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon. This supple Bordeaux is vivid in the glass with flavors of black cherry and currant flavors, and an enjoyably easy finish.

2014 Le Parlement Bordeaux Blanc (x2)

When we found Le Parlement Bordeaux Blanc, we were blown away by this delicate, layered white wine with generous flavors of zesty citrus, fresh grass, gooseberry and honeysuckle. White Bordeaux is not on most people's wine radar, but we love this sophisticated wine that has a Sauvignon Blanc’s appeal, with an added complexity that appeals to true enthusiasts. Do not miss this limited wine, which won the Gold for Best Bordeaux Blend in the 2016 Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition.

Gold Medal Winner 93-Points - 2016 Winemaker Challenge Competition
Director's Award, Best of Class: Best Bordeaux Blend, White - 2016 Winemaker Challenge Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition

2015 Marquis de Bacalan Bordeaux Blanc (x1)

While almost 90% of the wine produced in France’s legendary Bordeaux region is red, Bordeaux whites are made with the same care and eye for detail as the region’s reds. For example, 2015 Marquis de Bacalan Bordeaux Blanc thrilled us with its sophistication. It’s a delicately layered white, with plenty of space for generous flavors of citrus, grass, gooseberry, and honeysuckle. Think of this Bordeaux Blanc as a white that possesses the same appeal as a Sauvignon Blanc, but with a complexity that is sure to thrill connoisseurs. 

2014 L'Aurore Colombard/ Sauvignon Blanc (x1)

This crystal-colored Côtes de Gascogne white gifts its drinker with the highlights of its grapes. Colombard brings fresh floral aromas, while Sauvignon Blanc brings a lively citrus feel to the wine. Produced by Bordeaux wine magnate Bernard Magrez, this lovely white is made from 80% Colombard and 20% Sauvignon Blanc.

2015 Maison Gourmand Vin Blanc (x2)
The grapes that make up the blend of Maison Gourmand are picked at the perfect ripeness to ensure that the wine represents the true terroir of Southwest France. Sauvignon Blanc provides this Vin Blanc a subtle, fruity flavor profile with heavy notes of citrus. Adding 40% of Loin De L’oeil to the Sauvignon Blanc gives the wine a full-bodied mouthfeel providing a luxurious sensation on the palate. The end result is a French white wine that is round, audacious, and fresh. A perfect accompaniment to light seafood pastas and desserts like apple tart.

Gold Medal Winner 91-Points - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
Best White Bordeaux Appellation - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Critics Challenge Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Berlin International Wine Competition

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