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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!

>> RED  Cheap & Cheerful

>> WHITE  Cheap & Cheerful

October Cheap & Cheerful Red six-pack AKA C&C 6-pack: 64.35

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 individually or by the case!) The Wine Club without rules! But, it does RULE!

  • 2015 Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon CA. $14
    The bouquet is rich with dark fruits, cinnamon, clove and subtle oak aromas. The wine is juicy on the palate with bright red cherries and blackberry flavors prominent, accented by delicate vanilla flavors and toasty oak, finishing long with round, soft tannins. The complex flavor of this wine complements just about any well-seasoned meat such as beef, pork, or lamb, followed by an indulgent dessert or espresso.
  • 2015 Earl Burle Cotes Du Rhone France $14.50
    A luscious blend of syrah and grenache, bursting with mouth-filling blackberry, plum, black pepper, smoke, and earth infused fruit. Pair with your favorite stew.
  • 2016 Maipe Malbec Argentina $12
    This Malbec has a deep purple color with violet tints, complex plum, fig, strawberry, spices and floral aromas; rounded and velvety tannins, excellent length with a distinguished character. Excellent when paired with game, roasted red meats, pasta or pizza.
  • 2015 LaPlaya Cabernet Sauvignon Chile $9
    Ruby black color. Spicy, fruity aromas and flavors of spiced blueberries and currants and chocolate craisin with a silky, vibrant, fruity medium body and a polished, appealing, medium-length vanilla custard, nougat, mint, and menthol tobacco finish with silky, fine tannins and light oak. A silky,
    delicately spicy and herbal cabernet with a refreshing charm.
  • 2015 Seven Sinners Petite Sirah The Ransom $12
    Velvety textures upfront followed by deep rich flavors of blackberry jam, blueberry and spice, resulting in a long deep concentrated finish. Opulent and concentrated, while maintaining a food friendly balance, this wine is showing beautifully right now and will continue to age gracefully for the next 7 - 10 years. “This Petite Sirah offers nice concentration of dark fruits. Blackberry, blueberry and wild berry are all present blending with just the right amount of spice giving way to a long and velvety finish.” 90 Points
  • 2014 Escarlata Red Blend Chile $10
    Escarlata means “scarlet” for the deep, brilliant red hue. Escarlata is a blend of estate grapes (30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Syrah, 20% Carmenere and 20% Malbec) grown in the prestigious Colchagua Valley and displays vibrant fresh fruit with just a light touch of oak to add depth and complexity. The winemaker has crafted Escarlata to be equally enjoyed with a casual dinner or just to sip on its own.

October 2017 White Cheap & Cheerful $60.75

  • 2016 Apaltagua Reserva Unoaked Chardonnay, Chile Crisp 11.50
  • Luna Di Luna Chardonnay Pinot Grigio Blend Italy $11
  • 2015 Joseph Drouhin LAFORêt Chardonnay, France $13 outstanding!
  • 2016 Seaglass Pinot Grigio Italy $10
  • 2015 Saint-Roch Cotes du Rhone France $8
  • 2016 Zerbina Trebbiano Italy $14