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The Cheap & Cheerful 6-Pack...


Our "Cheap & Cheerful" special selection offers exciting wines of great value. And your Cheap & Cheerful six pack box is worth 50 cents if you recycle them here!

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January 2018 Cheap & Cheerful Red six-pack AKA C&C 6-pack: $66.15

In this month’s hand-picked Cheap & Cheerful Six-Packs. You will find incredible wine values from around the globe. The price reflects 10% off if you buy the following six wines Red or White — your reward for trusting me. These wines are ready and waiting for you to pick-up! Mix the white and red up if you wish! (These wines can be purchased indi- vidually or by the case!) The Wine Club without rules! But, it does RULE! Something for everyone!

  • 2015 Kaiken Malbec Reserva Argentina $10 This features some engaging floral accents to the sturdy dark plum, raspberry and chocolate flavors. Mineral and Asian spice notes lengthen out pleasantly, with peppery details on the finish. Drink now through 2019. 89 Points Wine Spectator
  • 2013 Cantele Salice Salentino Riserva Italy $13.50 The Cantele 2013 Salice Salentino Riserva shows a greater level of depth and finesse compared to many of its peers. The wine is packed tight with blackberry fruit, with Maraschino cherry, plum and prune in abundance. The wine is chewy and rich for sure, but it also provides an authentic and generous portrait of a red wine from Puglia. A spicy beef or lamb dish would make the perfect pairing partner. 100% Negroamaro 90 Points Robert Parker
  • 2016 Zolo Red Blend Argentina $10 "Terrific red blend: supple, intensely flavored, moderately complex, and balanced; a wine with moderate richness and a long, mildly tannic finish, tasting of cassis, cherry, plum, mint, toast, and cedar. Great value!" A blend of Mendoza's signature red grapes (Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonarda, & Merlot).
  • 2015 Chateau Pesquie Ventoux $13 A smoking good 2015 that readers should snatch up is the 2015 Cotes du Ventoux Cuvee des Terrasses, which is 60% Grenache and 40% Syrah that’s aged in a combination of two- to four-year- old barrels and foudres. Medium to full-bodied, polished, silky and with no hard edges, it has classic Southern Rhone notes of Provencal spices, garrigue, licorice and ripe black raspberries. 92 Points Wine Advocate
  • 2015 Z Alexander Brown Uncaged Cabernet Sauvignon CA. $15 No space, Love this CAB!
  • 2015 Virgen de la Sierra OVG Spain $12
    There is a new 2015 OGV Old Garnacha Vine, sourced from different plots at 800 to 1,000 meters altitude on slate and clay soils, and fermented in concrete vats followed by six months in second-use French and new American oak barrels. It feels like a super Albada, subtle and elegant, quite harmonious and balanced, offering more balsamic notes with time in the glass. The palate revealed juicy fruit and clean flavors with an earthy touch that makes it very tasty. 91 Points Wine Advocate




January 2018 Winter White Cheap & Cheerful $66.605

  • 2016 Pesquie Blanc Rhone $13
  • 2015 Famimille Guilham Chardonay Pays D’OC $11
  • 2016 Domaine de L’Aurière Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur lie $12 CRISPY Oyster magnet! 2015 Ballade Sauvignon & Colombard $12.50
  • 2016 Matua Sauvignon Blanc Ne Zealand $11.50
  • 2015 Louis Latour Grand Ardeche Chardonnay France $14