Our Case of the Month is always filled with 12 handpicked, unique wines at a special 12% discount. Visit us in-store to pick up yours.
The wines in the April Case of the Month are:
Tommasi Poggio al Tufo Alicante 2011
A polished red, this boasts inky blackberry, violet, spice and smoky flavors. Shows a meaty side as beefy tannins flex their muscles on the lingering finish.
Chateau Dasvin-Bel-Air 2008
Dasvin-Bel-Air has managed to wrangle a delicious wine out of a challenging vintage. Perfectly ready to drink now, showing notes of roasted peppers, smoke, and leather.
Colterenzio Pfefferer Moscato Giallo 2015
This is not your typically Moscato! Moscato Giallo is known for having a peppery twist on top of the typical orange blossom and tropical fruit notes. This dry wine will pair best with spicy hors d’oeuvres.
Suriol Cava Brut Nature Rosat 2012
All the Suriol cavas are brut nature (no added sugar) with natural yeasts and low sulphur. Aged for a minimum of 15 months, the fruity and toasy notes are in perfect balance and would show well with tapas, cured meats, fish, and olives.
Villa Matilde Falanghina 2012
This gem from southern Italy boasts an intense bouquet of blossoms and fruit, with hints of bananas, tropical fruit, and white peach, followed by a fruit-rich, well-balanced palate. Overall, a delicious, crisp, light-bodied wine.
The Pinot Project 2015
This young and fresh Pinot Noir shows pomegranate and fresh roses on the nose with black cherry and five-spice supporting the palate. Fermented primarily in stainless steel to preserve the fresh fruit flavors, you could pair this with sushi, grilled salmon, or hamburgers.
Chateau de Lascaux “Pierres d’Argent’ Blanc 2011
A delicious alternative white for those who shy away from Chardonnay. This blend of Roussanne, Marsanne, and Vermentino shows rich apricot, peach, honeycomb, and menthol notes. Excellent with fish and cream sauces.
Le Petit Balthazar Cinsault Rosé 2015
Intense nose of blueberry, grenadine, and strawberry. Long and fresh finish. Delicious and at 11% alcohol, you can drink it all day long!
Casa Monte Pio Albarino 2015
This Albarino is aged on the lees for 3 months, giving it a touch more structure and creaminess. Bright citrus notes dominate, backed up by melon and an enticing salinity. Perfect to have on hand while sunbathing!
Nichol Lock & Worth Merlot 2016
This Merlot bucks the trend of big juicy Okanagan reds – this wine instead shows elegance and restraint. Sweet red plum, savory herbs, fine tannins and refreshing acidity.
La Playa Tinga Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve 2013
Only 200 cases of this delicious bargain wine are made each year. Notes of strawberry and black pepper with hints of mocha, coffee, and blueberry. Big, round, and robust. Try with Jamaican beef patties or Shepard’s Pie.
I Giusti e Zanza Belcore Red 2014
This blend of 80% Syrah and 20% Merlot is one of the best Super-Tuscans we have tried this year! It shows a touch of sour cherry and dried red fruits backed up by supple spice and leather. The beautiful label doesn’t hurt either.