The In Good Taste Valentine’s Day Duo is available now! This variety pack is $100 + FREE shipping, and includes 16 6-oz California Coastal Wines!
A match made in heaven: Our Wild Child and California Wine Mixer Flights have taken their relationship to the next level. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, these 16 wines come together to take your palate on a wild journey – with more than enough to share.
The Valentines Day Duo combines 8 California Coastal Wines with 8 less traditional wines, introducing you to hidden gems, classic blends, and a few newly released wines along the way. Order some takeout and let us handle the rest this Valentine’s Day.
Here are the wines included:
Sauvignon Blanc La Pluma 2019 Central Coast
Tasting Notes: Mouthwatering lemonade, smoky grapefruit & citrus.
Rosé La Pluma 2019 California
Tasting Notes: Our “winter” rosé is a blend of three big, juicy reds: Cabernet Sauvignon, petite sirah, and zinfandel. Its acidity will keep you awake, while its warmth is cozy enough to keep you comfy and cool around a nice fireplace.
Pinot Noir Stealing Thunder Central Coast
Tasting Notes: Our Central Coast pinot noir is the perfect pairing for a cozy night in. This pinot isn’t afraid to show its true colors: hints of tart cherry and toasted strawberry stand out in this smooth and elegant red.
Syrah Stealing Thunder 2018 California
Tasting Notes: Chewy, savory, and meaty, with a full-bodied pop of flavor, this Syrah isn’t for the faint of heart. Jasmine spices will greet your nose, followed by dark blueberry on your palate.
Cabernet Sauvignon Balance of Powers 2018 Alexander Valley
Tasting Notes: This “Bordelais” style cab from Alexander Valley isn’t your typical Sonoma cab: it’s got all of the flavor with only some of the alcohol. Light bodied with herbal and pungent flavors, its tart flavors and prickly tannins will set the new benchmark for your favorite California cab.
Red Wine Balance of Powers 2018 California
Tasting Notes: This knockout red wine is our field blend, a throwback to old California. Its foundation is zinfandel, a California flagship varietal. Barrel-aged in new French oak, this full-bodied blend has decadent aromas of toffee and butterscotch to mellow out its big, ripe cherry backbone.
Cabernet Sauvignon Fortune Favors 2018 Paso Robles
Tasting Notes: Bold, audacious, and lingering, this wine takes its cue from the region once known as a haven for renegades and bandits on the run. Its ripe and fruit flavors of black cherry, plum, and blackberry fruit pair with oak toast, tobacco, and spice while soft, silky tannins offer a rounded and lingering finish.
Chardonnay Fortune Favors 2019 Central Coast
Tasting Notes: Take a cool climate chardonnay, make it in a California style, and beautiful things happen. Our Central Coast chardonnay walks the line between citrus fruit and warm vanilla. Baked apple and butterscotch tones round out this luscious chardonnay.
Souzao Balance of Powers 2018 Lodi
The most delicious grape you’ve never heard of. Originally from Portugal where it’s used in the production of port and table wines, souzao is known for its intense flavor, color and full body.
Tasting Notes: Black currant, licorice and spices.
Mourvedre Fortune Favors 2018 Sierra Foothills
Also called mataro and monastrell, mourvedre is grown all over the world – but it’s hard to find a 100% mourvedre red. You’ll more likely find it in GSM blends or as a floral rosé.
Tasting Notes: Jam, black pepper & cherry
Viognier Game Theory 2019 Paso Robles
A dry white that is still soft & tangy, this viognier is perfect for chardonnay lovers who prefer a more floral & fruity finish.
Tasting Notes: Honeysuckle, apricot & baked apple
Riesling La Pluma 2019 Napa, CA
Riesling is likely the most versatile grape in the world. It can grow anywhere, from Germany to South Africa, and can be made in a wide range of styles from dry to sweet to bubbly.
Tasting Notes: Dry with crisp acidity, peach and apricot
Rosé La Pluma 2019 California
Our “winter” rosé is a blend of three big, juicy reds: Cabernet Sauvignon, petite sirah, and zinfandel. Its acidity will keep you awake, while its warmth is cozy enough to keep you comfy and cool around a nice fireplace.
Tasting Notes: Zesty grapefruit, strawberry and raspberry
Barbera Red Tide Wines 2019 California
The heat tolerant barbera grape is less wild in the Piedmont Region of Italy, where it’s an every day drinking wine. It’s found a home away from home in the warmest regions of California. This mood-agnostic barbera can be enjoyed from poolside to snowy cabin.
Tasting Notes: Bright, intense cherry aromas and flavors.
Tempranillo Game Theory 2018 Lodi
Tempranillo is often described as the best value red wine in the world. Native to Spain, this rustic oak-aged wine is a wilder wine for the cabernet sauvignon lover.
Tasting Notes: Dried fig, cedar & cacao
Sangiovese Mr. B 2018 Paso Robles
The primary grape in Chianti blends, sangiovese means “the blood of Jupiter.” This fun & lively grape embodies the Italian spirit. Tasting Notes: Black cherry & vanilla