• November 2016 Wine Club Wines

    Sorry it's taken so long to get the wines up.  Being a new daddy is a bit more work than the handout they gave me at the hospital said it was going to be.  Here's what everyone will be picking up this month. Since there is only one person in the Daily White Wine Club and one person in the White Wine Club...I'll just sit down with you and talk about the wines.


    Daily Drinking Red Wine Club $39 per month

    2014 Chevalier du Moulin Bordeaux - Mostly Merlot and mostly awesome!  Easy drinker that smells and taste like it was made in a time when wines were made to be consumed...not aged.  Meatloaf, beef stew or just a nice roast will make this wine something really special.  Trust me...you'll be back for more.

    2015 Chateau La Croix du Duc BordeauxAn unbelievably affordable, everyday Bordeaux! Comprised primarily of Merlot, blended with trace amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, it is a full-bodied and smooth wine displaying earthy aromas of black fruit, and dark flavors leading to a long finish.

    2012 Enate Red Somontano Wine - So this little guy from Spain came out of nowhere!  I had all the wines picked out then all of a sudden this guy snuck into the mix.  A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.  This is not your normal red blend.  This is a full-belly sit down kinda wine.  If it wasn't for the price...I might put this wine in the Red Wine Club. 


    Red Wine Club $75 per month

    2009 Malvira Roero (Nebbiolo)Intense ruby red. On the nose, notes of violets, strawberries, raspberries, and black currants. Persistent with approachable tannins and intense fruit with hints of vanilla.  I won't lie...I had never heard of this producer until about 3 months.  Pretty serious red wine that will lay down for several years.  ($30)

    2010 Malvira Trinita Riserva Roero - Another Nebbiolo that begs for your attention and really needs some serious red meat or pasta with a nice meat sauce.  Think truffles and some good cheese.  Spoil yourself and go find some dry-aged beef.  Wine will need to be decanted for several hours and will lay down for 15 years or more.  Can you wait though? ($45)


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