Trio Selection for summer sipping $90 for 3 bottles

"Less is more"
As it is wise advice for us, the same applies to wine:
"Less" when referring to the weight, body and alcohol content and "more" in the transparency, the dimensions and the pleasure it brings.

As we enjoy our warm summer weather, we are leaning lean, towards this very type of wine.
While mercury rises to register three digits outside, a balanced low alcohol red wine (11%-13%) makes room for more enjoyment.
Another welcome hot-day solution is to lightly chill the bottle, which encourages positive results on the wine itself and our palates.
These parameters have inspired our unique difficult-to-find wines this month, and we bring them to you at a rare bargain.

The Appellations: Burgundy, Germany and California  

The Varietals: Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, Gamay and Corvina

Why we love them:
1)For the pure enjoyment they deliver
2)For their power of finesse- layers behind the fruit
3)They are very food friendly! 


Trio Selection for summer sipping $90 for 3 bottles
How did we go about selecting these wines for you?
We looked for the:

Power of finesse 
When we say "power" we refer to complexity, dimension and length. Going beyond the primary fruit and seek secondary and tertiary flavors.

Acidity vs Tannins 
Both components offer a needed structure for safe aging, and an enhanced palate feel. Acidity takes the lead in the light body reds and plays an essential role. 

Layers behind the fruit - terroir 
 These layers behind the fruit emerge and are carried by the structure of the wine, remaining transparent to the wine's birthplace and soil--limestone, clay, or sandy rich.
Two words say it all--terroir expressive.

Red fruit vs dark fruit 
Think red currant, wild cherry, strawberry, cranberry

Food friendly 
These wines can integrate, and act as a palate cleanser while inserting themselves seamlessly. Think of them as "assertive and refreshing" instead of "coating" flavors on one's palate.
Read more about tannins, acidity, finesse, terroir, fruit and food
Fun facts:

Passe-tout-grain is the only Burgundy wine that allows the blending of Gamay and Pinot Noir , cheers to that! 

Pinot Meunier is better known as one of 3 grapes used in Champagne making

Corvina's home land is in the Veneto as a key varietal in Valpolicella and Amarone

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