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Limited Editions - LE18

We are excited. Five new wines. Released monthly January through April 2019. Each one is unique. Classic and unusual varietals come together in amazing wines. These wines really are limited. If you'd like one, please let us know in advance.

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JANUARY - BLACK CAB
Lodi California Gamay Noir - Cabernet Sauvignon  ONE LEFT!!

Made in 8 Weeks (18 L grape juice)
Origin: Australia


Price: $199.99 made by us, $149.99 made at home

BLACK CAB. Gamay is a light-bodied red wine revered for its floral aromas and earthiness, with tart red berry and lively acidity has been soooo popular, but is gone. Even begging hasn't produced anymore.



FEBRUARY - Hawke's Bay Fumé - Sauvignon Blanc

Made in 8 Weeks (18 L grape juice)
Origin: New Zeland

Price: $199.99 we unwind it, $149.99 you unwind 

Meet FUMÉ BLANC. This is no smoked wine – ‘Fumé’ was coined in the 1960s to denote a new and different style of dry, oaked Sauvignon Blanc, the name is derived from Pouilly-Fumé, a popular French appellation that specializes in a similar style wine. Made with lush New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, this mouth-filling wine delivers a rush of ripe tropical fruit on the palate, with complex layers of gooseberry and melon, bright acidity and hints of grassy mineral notes expertly harmonized with a gentle creamy vanilla oak.

Description: The sun loves this little bay on the Pacific coast. Hot dry winds, low rainfall and an annual average of 2,220 hours of sunshine make Hawke’s Bay one of the warmest, driest areas of the island. Several major rivers running through the region have changed course over the millennia, resulting in a diverse collection of soil types, making it very versatile for viticulture. With these ideal fruit-growing conditions, it’s no wonder this is the oldest and one of the most celebrated wine regions in New Zealand.

Sweetness: 0/10     Body: 3/5     Oak: 1/3     Alcohol: 13.0%


FEBRUARY - Chilian Corazón -
SOLD OUT

Made in 8 Weeks (18 L grape juice) 
Origin: Spain


We know that is a hard decision to pre-order an unknown wine, but supplies really are limited. And now they are gone.

March - Sierra Foothills Symphony Gewurtztraminer

Made in 8 Weeks (18 L grape juice)
Origin: Italy

Price: $199.99 in store, $149.99 at home 

Symphony is one of California’s hidden gems bringing peach, apple and tropical fruit flavours, it is a natural and perfect complement to Gewürztraminer’s characteristic lychee notes. An aromatic blend with floral and juicy peach aromas, this off-dry wine deliciously combines lush tropical and stone fruit flavours. Crisp and bright with expressive fruit and subtle sweetness, this wine really sings when chilled. 


The Sierra Foothills were the center of the California Gold Rush in the mid-1800s. Rustic and remote compared to the state’s other regions – Gold Rush ghost towns still dot the countryside – growers take full advantage of the varied terrain of the foothills, utilizing the slopes to maximize sun exposure. The shallow soil is mainly decomposed granite, shale or volcanic matter; not particularly fertile ground, nor does it retain much moisture in a region where water can be scarce. These harsh-sounding conditions are actually good news for grapes as the vines yield less fruit, resulting in more concentrated flavours.

Sweetness: 1/10     Body: 2/5     Oak: 0/3     Alcohol: 12.0%

April - Piedmont Barbaresco with grape skins

Made in 8 Weeks (18 L grape juice)
Origin: Italy

Price: $209.99 in store, $159.99 at home 

Regarded as one of Italy’s top wines, the Barbaresco style is undeniably delicious. Made with Nebbiolo, Piedmont’s most respected and most loved red wine grape, this wine exudes intense aromas of juicy cherry combined with toasty oak and spice. The sumptuous palate seduces with cherry and ripe red berries, licorice, baking spice, leather and earthy notes. It boasts balance and structure with firm velvety tannins, a full body and a beautiful long-lasting finish. 


Piedmont boasts a rich cultural and winemaking history going back to the Middle Ages and is home to Italy’s most revered red wines. Located at the foot of the Alps, the region’s hilly landscape is lush with valleys full of vines, with many sunny slopes reserved for the prized Nebbiolo grape. 

Sweetness: 0/10     Body: 5/5     Oak: 3/3     Alcohol: 14.0%