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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

June 2018 Cheap & Cheerful Red six-pack AKA C&C 6-pack: $65.70

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! Something for everyone!

  • Marietta Lot # 67 Old Vine Red Geyserville, CA $15
    Ripe, juicy fruit and a lush mouth feel are the hallmarks of Old Vine Red, with peppery spice and dusty earth adding an extra level of richness. Moderate but focused tannins ensure this blend will stand up to almost any food. Predominantly comprised of Zinfandel
  • 2016 Sharecropper Pinot Noir OR $14
    This wine is ready to open up and enjoy now, exuding the flavors and aromas of an unusually hot Oregon harvest. Bing cherry, rose petals and pomegranate aromas burst in the glass, with hints of baking spice and forest floor. The palate is elegant with continuous flavors of cherry and olive notes. Mild tannins and mouthwatering acidity are focused with a subtle compliment of toast and cinnamon to round out the long finish.
  • 2016 Oynos Nero D’Avola– Merlot Italy $10
    Aromatic with cherry and red berry flavors and hints of spice. Dry and medium-bodied with smooth tannins and gentle acidity. Pair with cheeses, grilled meats. Enjoy at your summer barbeques. Organic grapes.
  • 2015 Drumheller Cabernet Sauvignon WA $11
    The bright floral nose of this Cabernet Sauvignon opens to flavors of cola, ripe cherries, fresh blackberry, and cinnamon with a delicate texture. The finish is intense, yet silky. Food pairing Braised short-ribs, stuffed peppers, pork tenderloin, and even dark chocolate
  • 2015 Quo Grenache Campo De Borja $11
    The Bodegas Quo vineyards are organically and dry farmed, with no chemicals used (pesticides, fertilizers, additives, etc). At harvest, the grapes are handpicked. Spontaneous fermentation takes place in glass lined cement tanks with native yeasts. Aromas of red cherry and strawberry. A well extracted wine with balanced fruit, spice and a lot of personality.
  • 2014 Podere Giuggiolo Sangiovese, Italy $12
    Corte Alla Flora produces a delicious Vino Nobile di Montepulciano as well as this crazy good Toscana Rosso, also made entirely from Sangiovese. Look for classic Tuscan flavors of tart black cherry, wild strawberry, dried flowers, wet leaves and cigar wrapper. With medium-plus acidity, great length

June White Cheap & Cheerful 2018 $67.50

  • 2016 Brooks Riesling Willamette Valley, OR. $15
    Light bright yellow. Lively, mineral-accented aromas of Meyer lemon, nectarine, white flowers and candied ginger, along with a hint of anise in the background. Vibrant and precise on the palate, offering juicy citrus and orchard fruit flavors that put on weight with air. Richer on the long, supple finish, which features clinging notes of pear and honeydew melon. 90 Points Vinous
  • 2017 Rainstorm Pinot Gris, Oregon $13
    We source our Pinot Gris, which features reddish skin with a white pulp, in the mild Willamette Valley and harvest it at about 21.5 Brix. We harvest by hand to avoid piercing the skins, which often happens during machine-harvests. The grapes are then taken to the winery, where we gently press and ferment them at cold temperatures. This allows us to create a wine that features a smooth character, with layered and integrated flavors. We age our Pinot Gris for a minimum of six months on fermentation lees (for a rich yet bright body) and use no oak or malolactic fermentation. The final wine is bone dry and very refreshing. Our Pinot Gris portrays aromas of crisp pear and honey blossom and flavors of mango with fresh acidity.
  • 2017 Zolo Sauvignon Blanc Argentina $10
    A pretty white with sliced lemon green apple and sea salt character. Medium to full body, with bright acidity and a clean finish. Excellent value. Drink now. Screw cap 91 Points James Suckling
  • 2016 Domitia Picpoul de Pinet France $12
    The wine is somewhat of an anomaly - estate Picpoul – as the lion’s share of the wines from this AOC are produced in the cooperatives. The wine shows surprising complexity with notes of spring flowers and a streak of minerality that provide a beautiful framework. Because the wine finishes with such clean and bracing acidity, the rich mid-palate of melon and stone fruit is a delightful surprise.
  • 2016 Brotte Viognier France $11
    Color: Clear yellow with green tinges.
    Nose –The bouquet offers a unique aromatic range including citrus flowers, exotic fruits,
    apricots, white-fleshed stone fruit and jasmine.
    Palate –Intensely fruity and well balanced. At once mouth-filling and fat which works in harmony with the flavors of exotic fruit and toasted brioche.
  • 2017 Mas de Boislauzon Chaussynette Rose France $14
    The palate is round and delicious with peach and apricot notes and a silky mouthfeel. Bright acidity balances the round texture. Aromas: Peach, citrus, tropical fruit. Grapes: Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Rolle