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Rich Winter Reds-6 Bottle

When you are preparing for your end-of-the-year party, you need more than just bubbly to celebrate. Our latest selection will help you and your guests get into the holiday spirit with a taste of some delightful red wines from terrific regions—a Central Coast Petite Sirah, a Sonoma Zinfandel blend and a Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon.

Rich Winter Reds-6 Bottle

Item #: 48054

$82.50/ea.
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Wines In Sampler:

2018 Elementus Central Coast California 'Y Factor' Petite Sirah 2018 Elementus Central Coast California 'Y Factor' Petite Sirah
Deep garnet in hue, this wine is fruitful and savory — juicy at the entry, fresh on the palate, and delightfully long in the finish.
2016 Chalkstone Vineyards Sonoma County, California 'Limited Edition Reserve' Red Wine 2016 Chalkstone Vineyards Sonoma County, California 'Limited Edition Reserve' Red Wine
This big, rich, full-bodied beauty marries Zinfandel and Petite Sirah grown in top Sonoma County vineyards.
2017 Braxton Hall Red Hills, Lake County California 'Reserve' Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 Braxton Hall Red Hills, Lake County California 'Reserve' Cabernet Sauvignon
This full-bodied wine seamlessly and deliciously melds fruit and oak impressions that cascade into a long finish.

NOTE: Because these wines are all in very limited supply, substitutions for wines similar in character and of equal or higher value may occasionally be made.

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