The Gourmet Wine Basket
Wine Stars sweet and savory favorites fill this charming basket. Wonderful Meritage wine, Truffettes de France truffles, Heart of Wisconsin mustard, Caffe Comfort coffee, S.S. Dunkle Caramel Popcorn, Bridge Brands chocolate, Kazilof smoked salmon, Aunt Gloria’s sesame water crackers, Gourmet Spread Brie Cheese, Oloves Tasty Mediterranean Olives.
Mahogany Golf Club Balancing Wine Holder$26.00
You have a balanced swing, so why not a balanced wine bottle? Defying gravity, this golf club wine bottle holder displays your wine for perfect access post-game. Simply insert the neck of your wine bottle into this balancing wine holder and watch in amazement! Crafted from mahogany and finished with a delightful sheen, this golf club wine holder stores and sparks a conversation about your vintage or country club green like no other. Golf Club Balancing Wine Bottle Holder, Mahogany measures 11″.
Red Blends are what it's all about with this great combo of Rabble Red Wine 2015, Hook and Ladder The Tillerman 2014 and Brutacao Quadriga 2014! All 3 are great red blends from different appellations. Rabble is from Paso Robles, Hook and Ladder is from Russian River and Brutacao is from Mendocino. Great way to enjoy your grilled steak!
Columbia Valley Duo$58.00
In Latin, the name for the Ex Umbris Syrah is a reference of truth emerging “from the shade” or “from the dark,” and it was first released from a vintage influenced by hillside fires near Owen Roe’s vineyard sources in Washington. The residual ash and smoke resonated in the Syrah grapes, creating a very memorable wine. Year after year, they are asked to develop a Syrah to keep the story of this wine alive! The residual ash and smoke resonated in the Syrah grapes, creating a very memorable wine. Year after year, they are asked to develop a Syrah to keep the story of this wine alive!
Long ago, during the 17th century, the O’Neills and O’Reillys were two revolutionary Irish families. They formed a rowing competition to reserve rights to some highly regarded land. The two rowing teams agreed that the first to touch the land, after rowing across the lake, would become ruler of the land. O’Neill’s boat was falling behind so a member of the crew grabbed his own sword, cut off his hand and threw it ashore, winning the title to rule the land. This land still remains in the family. This generous fusion in the Owen Roe Sinister Hand 2015 of Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, and Cinsault is easily approachable while displaying undeniable complexity. The Grenache portion of the blend contributes cranberry and raspberry candied fruit notes, while the Syrah delivers darker fruits and savoury characteristics. Mourvedre enhances the structure and richness of the body and provides delicate aromas of violets. The partially carbonic macerated Cinsault brings liveliness and tropical fruit flavors to the blend.