Wine Club Sixpack #65
This set of 2 white and 4 red wines come in our reusable, partitioned, eco-friendly six bottle bag and contains over $70 worth of wine for the special price of $49.99. When you bring the empty bag back in, you receive a club discount on the purchase of six bottles or more of any of our in-stock wines. Our sixpack club has no rules and no obligations, just a good value collection of specially selected wine. Here is what is included in our latest collection...
Chateau Le Grand Moulin Cotes de Bordeaux Blanc, France (suggested retail $14.99) Chateau Le Grand Moulin was founded in 1904 by Gabriel Bruneteaux. In the 1980s, his great grandson Jean-Francois Reaud replanted the vineyard and modernized the winery. This dry white wine is 100% Sauvignon Blanc and is aged in stainless steel which helps it to exhibit the classic grapefruit, gooseberry, and mineral tang of this noble varietal. This wine will pair nicely with just about any white food, including shellfish, chicken or pork dishes.
Six Hats Chardonnay, Western Cape South Africa (suggested retail $10.99) Six principles form the core of the Six Hats philosophy, "Partnership, Potential, Change, Equity, Dignity and Sustainability". This "Fair Trade" producer seeks to offer wines that will contribute to the lives of the people whose hard work is expressed in each bottle. It is light yellow in color, with rich red apple aromas and is complemented with tropical fruits such as pineapple, finishes on notes of citrus and vanilla. This clean, fresh wine pairs well with poultry and Asian cuisine.
Chateau Terre Blanque Rouge, Bordeaux France (suggested retail $15.99) Started in 1929, four generations of the Leglise family have inherited this vineyard in the region of Bordeaux. Throughout years the vintages produced are representative of the family's passion. They harvest their grapes at optimum ripeness and utilize traditional vinification methods with maceration at low temperature to extract the best of the fruit. This full-bodied dry red blend of Merlot and Cabernet received the Gilbert and Gaillard Wine Guide Gold Medal. Try this classic Bordeaux blend with a rack of lamb, or any seared red meat.
Tres Exilios Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina (suggested retail $10.99) The vineyards for Tres Exilios are located in different wine regions of Mendoza: Each region has its own climatic and soil characteristics, allowing grapes to be grow in the ideal conditions. All grapes are estate grown and hand harvested. This Cabernet Sauvignon has an intense and attractive red color. red and black fruit notes. It shows good balance, with supple tannins and a long finish.
Montevannos Ribera del Duero Tinto, Spain (suggested retail $11.99) This wine from one of Spain's most highly regarded wine regions consists of 90% Tempranillo and 10% Merlot, aged for 4 months in American oak. It is intense deep red in color with a purple bluish tinge. The nose captivates you with intense aromas of red berries, spices and fine wood. The palate is bold, full and round yet well balanced with a long and superb finish. Great with just about anything off of the grill, it will also pair up nicely to heartier foods such as goulash or vegetable beef barley soup.
Tenuta di Morzano “Il Quarto” Chianti Riserva (suggested retail $19.99) Many of you might recognize a "family resemblance" to a wine in a previous sixpack, Emilio, another great wine from the Morzano estate in Tuscany. Il Quarto, their Chianti Riserva, is a harmonious blend between Sangiovese, Merlot and Syrah. These varietals have different origins (Tuscany, Bordeaux and Middle East) but combined together they confer to the wine elegance and character. This wine has a deep ruby red color; the nose is characterized by persistent hints of flowers, spices and fruit. Good structure, yet elegant and velvety on the palate.