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Our 2022 Last Chance for a Spring Fling Collection (12 Bottle)

Our Our 2022 Last Chance for a Spring Fling Collection will wake up your palate with its fabulous flavors ready for food pairing. With its inviting mouthwatering notes ranging from juicy plums to toasted coconut to delicate lime, this lovely set is perfect for a spring gathering of friends.

Our 2022 Last Chance for a Spring Fling Collection (12 Bottle)
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Wines In Sampler:

2020 Aurelia Cellars California Vermentino 2020 Aurelia Cellars California Vermentino
A silver-medal, delightfully refreshing wine that works well as an aperitif or pairs perfectly with any number of treasures of the sea.
2020 Long Street Monterey County, California Pinot Blanc 2020 Long Street Monterey County, California Pinot Blanc
Clean, floral and pretty, this is an engaging, food-friendly wine from an acclaimed California growing region.
2019 Whispering Branch California Sauvignon Blanc 2019 Whispering Branch California Sauvignon Blanc
Awarded 91 points and a silver medal at the 2020 American Wine Society Competition and a silver medal at Harvest Challenge, this mouthwatering Sauvignon Blanc has crisp citric notes of lemon, lime zest and orange.

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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