Not Eligible for Further Discount
This case is perfect for ushering in colder weather, as well as offering up a little somethin’ somethin’ that everyone is sure to enjoy. All in, less than $17 bottle with free contactless delivery straight to your doorstep. We have a great Bordeaux from the fabulous 2016 vintage. The Turcaud Rouge is a vibrant blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with juicy cassis fruit and just the right touch of savory spice. We also have Anne Sery’s delicious Walla Walla Cabernet that puts most Napa Cabs at double the price to shame. We have a super cool wine from the amazing Matt Cline. This is his first year of his 50% carbonic Montepulciano from Contra Costa and 50% field blend.It’s a super refreshing, red meant to be drank chilled, and offers a great nose, brightness and dash of spice. Lastly, we have a delicious, crisp sparkling wine from the greats at Barmes Buecher. Notes of green apple and Anjou pear with tinges of honey, white nuts and white flowers. The fruit is near perfect, richly concentrated with a creamy texture.
The suggested Retail Price of this case is $276. But for our friends at the Monmouth Museum, just $200 and we’ll delivery for FREE to your home or work!
(3) Trousse Chemise Cabernet Sauvignon Walla Walla 2018
Here’s what I’m allowed to say about this excellent wine wrapped in NDAS… 60% of the wine – mostly Cabernet Sauvignon – came from a winery that has been recognized as a Top 100 winery by Wine & Spirits eight separate times this past decade and have been compared to top Margaux by another top wine critic. The balance (Cab Franc, Cab Sauv and a touch of Petit Verdot) was taken from a Walla Walla winery, known specifically for producing some of the state’s best Cab Franc. It’s so stinkin’ good for the price. An excellent treat this fall and for a few falls to come!
(3) Budwood Red Bluff Contra Costa County 2020
Matt Cline is a creative genius who along with his brother’s work at Cline Cellars continues to lead the charge in Contra Costa County. His new project Budwood, allows him to re-write the script and tap into some of that creativity. It’s an organic 50% carbonic Montepulciano, 50% field blend from Contra Costa County that is so juicy and easy to drink. It’s meant to be enjoyed slightly chilled with will bring out killer aromatics and a hint of spice. A great Tuesday nighter.
(3) Barmes Buecher Cremant d’Alsace 2018
This one is my go-to for entertaining – I just hand everyone a glass upon arrival. The newest batch of 2018 Barmes features a beautiful nose of the green apple and Anjou pear with tinges of honey, white nuts and white flowers. The fruit is near perfect, richly concentrated with a creamy texture. It puts a lot of Champagnes to shame, with its incredible, dry and intense bubbles that are rich, creamy and oh so good.
(3) Chateau Turcaud Rouge 2016
2016 is a vintage that is simply fantastic from “top to bottom” in Bordeaux, with not just 100-pointers that will age gracefully for 4 decades, but also for a handful of magnificent “sleepers” from the Right Bank’s off the radar estates. One of the very best sleepers in that fantastic 2016 Bordeaux vintage and by far one of the better values is Maurice Robert’s delicious Chateau Turcaud, with juicy, fresh red-cassis fruit and supple tannins that make it the perfect pairing for your next grilled burger.