Brian’s Picks Sampler 6-Pack

$163.00

The choices are intended to impress! Volume discounts are automatically calculated.

Ruby Holiday specials, starting Friday, November 23, and continuing through the holidays on select wines — 20% off 6 bottles, 25% off 12 bottles; Mix-and-Match.

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Uvaggio Zinfandel "radix vinea" 2015

A gem from winemaker Jim Moore. Smells like a bowl of wild blackberries and ground tea leaves. That follows through with complex fruit flavors. Jim's wines always have an energy and purity. Compares to wines at much higher prices. 92 Points - Wine Enthusiast Magazine

$24.00

Mount Dorado Winery "The Prospector" 2014

Malbec / Syrah blend. Dark, rich, and complex. This is a serious wine.

$26.00

Irwin Family Vineyards "The Bull" 2016

A blend of Tempranillo, Malbec and Petite Sirah, is a true testament to what a New World wine can be. Packed with flavors and aromas of black currants, pomegranate, blue berries, cedar, ripe black cherries, cassis and cocoa - this wine has moderate tannins with a huge mouthfeel.

A360: This is a big (though not high alcohol), dark, complex, and well balanced wine.

$27.00

Fiddletown Cellars 2016 Albarino

Lovley aromas of stone fruits and lime. Fruity, yet crisp, clean, and dry.

$20.00

Cedar Creek Ranch Syrah 2012

Gourgeous, complex Syrah made in a more European style. Red and blue fruit; mint; a savory side that includes meat and black olive. 12.5% alc. Lovely.

$42.00

Andersen Petite Sirah 2017

Dark berry and powdered chocolate aromas; follows through with an interesting herbaceous note. This is a big petite. Changing in the glass; long finish.

$24.00

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