This set of 2 whites and 4 reds come in our reusable, partitioned, eco-friendly six bottle bag and contains over $70 worth of wine for the special price of $49.99. When you bring the empty bag back in, you receive a club discount on the purchase of six bottles or more of any of our in-stock wines. Our sixpack club has no rules and no obligations, just a good value collection of specially selected wine. Here is what is included in our latest collection...
Barbanera Orvieto Classico, Umbria Italy (suggested retail $10.99) This wine is a blend of Procanico, Grechetto and other white grapes from central Italy. It is bright straw in colour and is defined by its delicate aromas of hawthorn and white pulp fruit. This Orvieto Classico is fresh and crisp and it's dry texture makes it suitable for light appetizers, white ragout pasta and fish prepared an a variety of ways.
Heron Hill Unoaked Chardonnay, Finger Lakes, New York (suggested retail $13.99) New York’s Finger Lakes region has a lot in common with Michigan’s wine regions. The climate is nearly identical with the cold being mitigated by the nearby deep fresh water lakes. This stainless steel fermented wine is very bright and crisp with tropical fruit and citrus notes. Its vibrant acidity which results from its cool climate cultivation leaves a very fresh taste on the palate that pairs well with a variety of foods from mild curry dishes to roasted herb chicken, or a freshly caught lake trout grilled with apples and sweet onions.
Stemmari Syrah, Sicily Italy (suggested retail $9.99) This 100% Syrah is of middle eastern origins that is expressed at its best from the terrain of Sicily, thanks to the intense sunlight and uniqueness of the soil. It is an average to late varietal reaching maturity around the end of September. 10 months of aging in French barriques results in a wine that is warm and persuasive, with spicy notes of black pepper and thyme based on notes of wild fruit. The tannic finish is velvety and pleasant. It goes well with savory cold cuts, red meats cooked in irons, game, smoked cheeses and herbed cheese.
Maison des Bulliats Regnie Grand Cru du Beaujolais, France (suggested retail $19.99) La Maison des Bulliats is a small family run vineyard producing Régnié, one of the prestigious Beaujolais Crus. The original vines of the region were planted by the Roman governor Reginus from which the cru and local village derive their names. This old vines Gamay is a delightfully light, fruity and well-structured red wine that exhibits an immediate bouquet of fresh, fragrant fruit aromas with cherry, crushed strawberry, and a hint of nutmeg. This crowd pleasing red is smooth on the palate, with an abundance of spice, pepper and a kick of fresh moss and licorice. Pair with meats, fish and cheeses or roasted fowl.
Gran Vinaio Red Grenache, Montsant Spain (suggested retail $12.99) Deep concentrated fruit shows through with black opal and brick red at the core and throughout. The nose offers bright red fruit layered with white pepper and herbaceous anise. This wine has a twist: The approach is soft and elegant, the middle is fat with good fruit and the finish brings a masculine and powerful onset of tannin – top side, barrel, spice, deeper fruit on the middle-side and a lingering finish. Try this wine with pulled pork or just about anything off of the grill.
Chateau Couronneau “L'Ecuyer de Couronneau” Bordeaux France (suggested retail $14.99) Couronneau is an historic Bordeaux vineyard (fifteenth century) of 35 hectares with the sole purpose of making great organic wines. It is located on the highest point of the department at 180 metres above sea level, on a clay and limestone soil. This 100% Merlot is ruby in color with fresh red fruit on the nose and is balanced and rounded on the palate. With low tannins and a soft finish, this easy-drinking wine can be enjoyed on its own or paired with chicken, roast duck, and grilled lamb chops.