Decorative Gift Box
Pick any one, two or three bottle combinations from our website and add in this beautiful gift box + gift card. The box has a beautiful leather-like finish – black on the outside and cream colored on the inside, with a magnetic closure. Each comes with a decorative gold sleeve.
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Burgundian Wine Country Gift Basket$120.00
Enjoy the classic wines from the Burgundy region American style – a bottle of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, accompanied by tasty treats. Kasilof smoked salmon, Olivos Gourmet Olives, Oogies Buttered Popcorn, Bridge Brands chocolate, coffee, Aunt Gloria’s sesame water crackers, Mille Lacs summer sausage, Comfort Collections brie, East Shore Pretzels and mustard.
Duckhorn Merlot 2018, Napa Valley$52.00
The 2018 growing season yielded a beautifully complex expression of Napa Valley Merlot, with inviting aromas of fresh black raspberry, vanilla, tea leaves, pie crust and licorice. On the palate, luxurious red-fruit flavors of strawberry, plum, Bing cherry and loganberry are supported by silky tannins and a bright, mouthwatering acidity that carries the wine to a lingering finish, with hints of maple, cedar and sweet spice. 77% Merlot, 22% Cabernet Sauvignon, .5% Malbec, .5 % Petit Verdot
Mutt Lynch 2017 HellHound$28.00
Hellhound…a supernatural dog, mythical in nature, jet black and red with piercing yellow eyes, the guardian of the gates of hell. Legend has it that seeing a hellhound or hearing its howl is ominous. Stare into its eyes three times and death awaits. Just think of what will happen when you drink a glass of Mutt Lynch HellHound. Dark and violent, it is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in Bourbon barrels. Certainly not for the faint of heart. This noble beast opens to aromas of toasty oak and blackberries. On the palate you’ll find notes of blackberries, cherries, tobacco and leather. The 2017 HellHound is full-bodied, with silky tannins and a nice finish. Available now for a great taste but will also age well. We’re at the mercy of this beauty of a beast. It’s big, bold and very tempting. Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? The obvious pairing is something from the grill–steak or even a great burger. But…a great pasta with sausage also comes to mind.