BBQ Red Wine Sampler 12-bottle case


Available for purchase in the U.S. only excluding AL, AK, AR, DE, HI, IA, MS, ND, RI, UT, WV. 

Wine Details & Tasting Notes

This sampler is in stock and ready to ship. Perfect for those dusting off the grill and pairing with summer eats.

We've given this pack a healthy +24% discount versus buying separately in our Bottle Shop. This case would retail for $450 under their original labels. PLUS FREE SHIPPING.

Each pack contains 12 big, bold reds with 1 bottle each:

Lot 32 | 2018 Dry Creek Cabernet Sauvignon - Rated 91-Points, Critics Challenge. Tight-knit and peppery with lots of pairing possibilities, and age-worthy to boot. A Gold Award winner at the 2021 Critics Challenge International Wine & Spirits Competition.

Lot 234 | 2020 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir - We sourced this Pinot from a producer that sells mostly through their mailing list/tasting room at around $55-$70+/bottle. This a no-expense spared program utilizing approximately 25% new French oak and sourced from estate vineyards in the gorgeous rolling hills of Russian River benchmark Goldridge and Altamont soils.

Lot 95 | 2018 Alexander Valley Merlot - Gold Medal Winner at the San Francisco International Wine Competition. Deep garnet in the glass. The bouquet is spicy with clove, singing cherry, and brown sugar notes wrapped in tobacco leaf. Rich up front on the palate with cherry and graham cracker haloed with herb de Provence and dried chile with a little Red Hot spice adding serious complexity.

Lot 348 | 2021 Barossa Valley Century Vines GSM - Rated 95-Points, Wine Pilot & 92-Points, James Suckling. Super plush, beautifully layered, and punctuated with plum, raspberry, leather, and roasted thyme echoing over fine tannins. Fantastic!

Lot 356 | 2021 Barossa Valley Shiraz - Plush, lush, opulent, succulent, and hedonistic as all get out, Lot 356 was a no-brainer from the get-go. It's my absolute favorite from our Australian portfolio for its complex-yet-wonderfully indulgent sensibility. 

2020 San Felo "Balla La Vecchia" DOC Maremma Toscana - The 2020 Balla la Vecchia is a blend of 50% Cabernet and 50% Merlot from the San Felo estate vineyards in Maremma Toscana. It scored 90-points from Raffaele Vacchione of (former writer for James Suckling now out on his own) and it is a fantastic wine

Lot 352 | 2021 Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon - Lot 352 hails from a no-expense-spared, estate-produced bottling that retails in Australia for $50-$55/bottle. The producer's 2019 and 2020 vintage bottling's have 93- to-95-point scores from James Halliday, Sam Kim (Wine Orbit) and WinePilot. While both 2019 and 2020 were solid vintages, they simply don't compare to the stellar, picture-perfect 2021 vintage.

Lot 335 | 2021 DOC Sicilia Frappato - Long and short, this Frappato is a unicorn amongst its kind. Dried strawberries and white pepper dominate the nose with secondary notes of tobacco and pomegranate. The entry is terror-driven with further tobacco and white pepper lifting up clove-like spice amidst medium acidity and small, plush tannins. The finish is dry and spiced with a nice minerality for a red, earthy with resonant fresh turned soils and tobacco leaf.

Lot 365 | 2021 Santa Barbara County Syrah - Sourced from a legendary Heritage vine producer in Northern California, this meaty, dark, ethereal Santa Barbara County Syrah hails from vineyard sites in Alisos Canyon (52%), Sta. Rita Hills (25%), and the legendary Bien Nacido Vineyard in the Santa Maria Valley (23%).

2019 Pago del Oro Toro Crianza - An elegant and powerful expression of Tempranillo from the Toro region of Spain. Aged for 9+ months in American oak, and then further aged in the bottle for up to 2 years, this wine boasts complexity and grace, while the organically-farmed, 30-80 year-old grapes provide robust aromatics.

Lot 230 | 2019 Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon - Big, bold, rich and chewy. 100% Red Mountain fruit that retails for $50+. Simply put, it's a screaming-deal-magic-carpet-ride.

Lot 113 | 2019 Fair Play District/El Dorado County Petite SirahMedium/dark garnet in the glass with effusive white pepper rising up through fresh, macerated raspberry and expressive layers of hard cherry candy, tobacco leaf, and leather with a lovely caramel robe enveloping the bouquet. Bright and vibrant with mouth-watering acidity and palate staining focus, candied fruit, pepper and spice lingering through a terrific retro-nasal driven finish. Deeeelicious. 

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