This season, send your loved ones a surprise with this lovely holiday wine pack. This delightful collection arrives with a variety of red & white wines.
♦ Two bottles of 2018 Zingaro, Old-Vine Zinfandel, this "Gypsy" shows juicy notes of ripe black fruits, sweet tobacco, and white pepper. A perfect accompaniment to your favorite Thanksgiving dishes.
♦ Two bottles of 2018 Pinot Noir, Il Rubino, "Frankly oaky aromas and flavors put a rich stamp on this full-bodied wine. Cinnamon, vanilla and cedar in the nose lead to full, delicious black cherry, clove and nutmeg on the palate." - 91 Points, Wine Enthusiast Magazine
♦ Two bottles of 2016 Il Brigante, Red Blend, Napa Valley, displays aromas of cassis & spice from this Cabernet-based Napa Valley blend. Rich flavors of currant and black cherry are layered with expressive notes of dark chocolate. The palate displays vibrant fruit with undertones of earthy aromas. Moderate, well integrated tannins provide a structured backbone that will help the wine continue to improve for several years to come.
♦ Two bottles of 2019 Chardonnay Reserve, Napa Valley, A round and balanced full-bodied Chardonnay from vineyards in the southern end of Napa Valley with lush notes of baked apple, ripe pear, fall spices, and toasted almond. A perfect wine to pair with your favorite Thanksgiving Turkey. Rated 90 Points by Wine Spectator Magazine.
♦ Two bottles of 2020 Dolcino Gewürztraminer, a spicy, delicate white wine loaded with aroma and flavor, made in the "dolcino," or slightly sweet, style. Aromas of fresh lychee and rose petals with notes of peach, apricot, and candied ginger. The Gewürztraminer for our Dolcino comes from Anderson Valley, a cool climate coastal valley region famed for producing high-quality Burgundian and Alsatian varieties.
♦ Two bottles of 2019 Gewürztraminer, Anderson Valley, "This dry but generous wine exudes floral and lychee aromas followed by a full body and rich, ripe pear and pink-grapefruit flavors. It is both tasty and well balanced due to an underlying crispness." - 90 Points, Jim Gordon, Wine Enthusiast Magazine