Standing Volume Discount
Buy any 12 or more bottles of STILL WINE (mix & match all you want but no Champagne*, spirits or beer) and get 10% off that purchase.
This offer is not valid with any other promotion.
*Prosecco, Cava & Cremants are ok for the deal
More great values:
It’s HOT out, what you got in poundable Whites?
Nico Vermentino 2013 Sierra Foothills $11.99
Mountain Grown (at 1700 feet), crisp and fresh w/ no oak or ML, a bright bouquet of Honeysuckle, Lychee and Citrus Flowers, VERY refreshing and bone dry. Hungry yet?
Nico Moscato Gialla 2012, Sierra Foothills, California $11.99
Hey you! Wanna join the Church of Transcendental Aromaticism? Then grab a bottle of this light, crisp, refreshing and BONE dry wine that wafts perfumes of Lemon Blossoms and Honeysuckle out of your glass, get some Thai or Viet takeout or some nice mariscos and have a religious experience right at your dinner table…WINE EXPO: Drink Different!
Baqueano Sauvignon Blanc / Semillon 2008, Patagonia $9.99
An excellent example of the classic white Bordeaux style: some classic waxy / paraffin notes from the Semillon on the nose, VERY dry finish. Our large local contingent of ex-pat Brits will love it.
Postales Sauvignon Blanc / Semillon 2009, Patagonia $10.99
Richer than the Baqueano with some honey notes on the nose and palate and a smooth soft finish. Got mariscos?
Pasion 4 Chardonnay / Chenin Blanc 2009, Mendoza $8.99
This shows a nice forward ripe pear fruit (but with a firmly DRY finish) and was a huge hit here last year. Sealed with a screwcap for your protection!
Joffré e Hijas Grand Chardonnay 2009, Mendoza $7.99
Aged on the lees but no oak, VERY round in the mouth, dry finish. A steal!
Ukiah Chardonnay 2008, Mendocino, California $16.99
Sustainably farmed, fermented in stainless steel and aged on the lees to add richness. Vinification: separate lots are cold fermented with native yeast in stainless steel tanks and aged sur-lie.
Red, Rosso, Tinto, Rouge, just in:
Zilaro Malbec 2010, Paso Robles California $7.99
Value driven Malbec with some real depth…