Tuesday, December 8, 2015

White Wine Sampler Pack - 12 bottles!

White Wine Sampler Pack

Our $120 white wine case of 12 bottles! 

Compare to $143 if you purchase each one individually.

Get 1 bottle each of some of our favorite white wines for $120 + tax. 
We reserve the right substitute wines of equal or greater value in case of an out of stock. Great gift

Receive 1 bottle each of these great wines...

2014 Chateau Haut Maurin White Bordeaux....$12.99
A great new find at our store. Delicious crisp white Bordeaux that has a great amount of character for the price. You open the wine and just enjoy, before you know it, the bottle is gone--it is that good! A classic Bordeaux Sauvignon Blanc, with zesty citrus character, aromas of white fruit/white flowers, fresh cut grass, and a characteristic mineral note. Enjoy as an aperitif or with your favorite fish and shellfish. Chateau Haut Maurin was purchased by the Sanfourche family in 1917, and is currently managed by Jean-Louis Sanfourche, fourth generation winegrower at the estate. Situated on the right bank of the Garonne, just 3 miles northeast of Cadillac, the estate is comprised of nearly 78 acres of vines in and around the village of Donzac..

2014 Le Grand Clos Chardonnay....$11.99
Facing the Pyrenees, surrounded by vines on hillsides speckled with trees and flowers, this pirvately owned winery is nestled in a large pine forest. Le Grand Clos is located near the world famous medieval city of Carcasonne. Exceptional climate conditions and terroir allow us to produce high quality wines. Le Grand Clos Chardonnay has a beautiful nose with aromas of stone fruit, white flowers, and subtle oak and ginger spices. The palate is lively with bright acid backbone. Flavors of nectarines, peaches, and juicy citrus fruits abound in this wine. This wine has a delicate texture with a flinty minerality, and creamy notes of vanilla, brioche and hazelnut in a generous finish.

Bouza de Carril Albariño Rias Baixas...$17.99
Albariño has gone from obscurity to stardom. Although now planted in many countries, no place has matched the quality of wines from its home in this cool, lush Atlantic corner of Spain. Dense yet lacy, boldly flowery but not perfumy, it is acknowledged everywhere to make one of the world’s most beautiful white wines.
There are over 160 growers in Rias Baixas. Each year they hold a blind tasting. For the past decade, Bouza de Carril has always finished in the top 10. We are lucky to have this. Rarely has the word ‘gem’ been more appropriate for a wine.

Gallegas Arrumaco Verdejo...$9.99
From 7 to 20 year old vines planted in calcareous, limestone soils in northwestern Spain. Planting density ranges from 800 to 1200 vines per acre.
100% Verdejo.
Offers aromas of stone fruit, with hints of almonds and citrus rind. Crisp and fresh on the palate, with a touch of glycerin and a long, clean finish. SERVE WITH Light and enjoyable on its own, it also an ideal pairing for a wide range of fish and shellfish.

La Noble Chardonnay...$12.99
"revealing fresh pear, honeysuckle and lemon oil notes as well as crisp underlying acidity. It is naked and virginal in terms of having no outside influences." -- Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

Las Valles Viura/Chardonnay...$6.99
Offers aromas of citrus fruit, pineapple and wild flowers. Dry and extremely refreshing on the palate.

Le Grand Clos Sauvignon Blanc...$11.99
"Le Grand Clos Sauvignon Blancis full of the classic lemon boxwood, and floral notes one would expect. In the mouth, ripe citrus fruit flavors combine with a flinty minerality. This wine is aged on its lees, giving additional depth, and complexity, to this lively wine.

Chateau Tuilerie Pages Entre-Deux-Mers Blanc...$13.99
65% Sauvignon Blanc - 35% Semillon
Chateau Tuilerie Pages is an outstanding white Bordeaux wine from Entre-Deux-Mers. Well known for extraordinary white wines, Entre-Deux-Mers (meaning "between the two seas") the region is located between the Garonne and Dordogne Rivers. Noted for its rolling hillsides and lush landscapes, it is the largest Bordeaux region and offers some of the best Sauvignon Blanc and Semillion in the world. With sumptuous tropical fruit aromas, the wine is a standout in its iconic electric blue bottle.

Domaine La Croix Gratiot Picpoul de Pinet...$9.99
For a grape variety that can sometimes be aggressive, this is an beautifully balanced Picpoul. The nose is perfumed with floral, and tropical fruit notes. In the mouth the wine is full of stone fruit, melon, and fruit cocktail notes. The soft fruit is tempered with an intense minerality, and citrus notes. Picpoul de Pinet has always been a textbook match for oysters, mussels, and just about any other type of shellfish you can imagine. Schreyer Alsace Edelzwicker

Le Cirque Grenache Gris...$13.99
"The Le Cirque Grenache Gris Vin de Pays, from an underrated varietal that can achieve wonderful things in southern France, exhibits a beautiful perfume of flowers, honeysuckle and quince. The wine possesses good ripeness, medium body and a dry, crisp finish." - Robert Parker

2014 Leaping Horse Chardonnay....$9.99

The world loves Chardonnay because of its clean, fruity, yet dynamic characteristics. It is just an all-around great wine. Perfect weight with a delightful pale yellow hue, the Leaping Horse Vineyards Chardonnay is bright and crisp from start to finish. It has a nice richness with just the perfect hint of butter balanced with tropical fruit aromas and flavors. The finish hints to a bit of lemon zest to give it that crisp finish to keep you wanting more.
This wine is excellent with vegetarian pastas, herb roasted chicken, grilled salmon, barbecued scallops or a seafood pasta in cream sauce

Blanc 32 Cotes de Gascogne...$9.99
35% Sauvignon Blanc
25% Colombard
25% Ugni Blanc
15% Gros Manseg
Great wines start with extraordinary terroir. Terroir can be very loosely translated as "a sense of place," which is embodied in certain characteristic qualities, the sum of the effects that the local environment has had on the production of the wine. Great terrior is the essence of both Noir 46 and Blanc 32 where the true expression of the wines are grounded in their historical beginnings.

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