When it comes to red wines, many people have the philosophy “The
bigger, the better!” This Value-Pack exemplifies a great cross section
of “BIG” wines from the New World.
These are the wines that are the ‘biggest’ in the world.
They are rich in texture, brimming with ripe fruit, full bodied, and
have plenty of mouth filling tannin.
1 bottle each of the following:
Shingleback 'Davy Estate' Shiraz - McLaren Vale, SA, Australia
Aussie Shiraz is one of the most recognizable and enjoyable
wine styles in the world. The Shiraz grape --more often called
Syrah-- is more famous for its home in France's Northern Rhone
Valley, but the Aussie's have made it their own especially in
South Australia (SA). It shows gobs of ripe black fruit like
blackberry jam, crushed huckleberry, and black cherry
preserves with savory notes of sage, eucalyptus, menthol,
grilled game and molasses.
Caballero Malbec Reserva - Mendoza, Argentina
Caballero is a rustic Uco Valley Reserva Malbec with a label that evokes the look and feel of real leather, wrapped around a cigar box. It is blended from the fruit of the three distinct exposures of Uco Valley. The warm north facing slopes add power and decadent fruit of baked black currant, black cherry, and huckleberry pie, the cool south facing site lend pretty aromatics and balancing freshness.
Sean Minor Cabernet Sauvignon - Napa Valley, California, USA
Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon has become known worldwide as
the pinnacle of the pure expression of this "King of
grapes". The eternal sunshine of California is the perfect
place for Cabernet Sauvignon to come to full ripeness and
make amazingly complex wines. They are deeply complex with
notes of sweet black currant, blackberry, and blueberry with
secondary flavors of toasted vanilla bean, mocha coffee,
mint, chocolate, and smoke.