CASE OF THE MONTH

 

BIN 104 CASE OF THE MONTH

Every month,
Bin 104 carefully select wines from all over the world of particular merit and value.
We call this the “Value Case of the Month”.

 

The Value Case will consist of wines chosen
for their quality to cost ratio and their immediate enjoyment.

ThIs case is offered at a 15% Discount

Please, no substitutions.
 

BIN 104 OCTOBER VALUE CASE OF THE MONTH

 

 

Don Rudolfo Torrontes, 2014. Mendoza, Argentina:

“Floral aromas and flavours of lychee, apple blossom, lemon zest, and pineapple. 
Medium body and a smooth, complex, medium-length finish with notes of white lilies,
 rose water, orange blossom, and mandarin with no tannins and no oak.”

ster-Wolf Rheinhessen Albiger Hundskopf Spätlese Riesling, 2011. 
Rheinhessen, Germany:

Spätlese, translated from German, means late harvest and forms the middle of the trilogy. 
As the name suggests, this wine is made from very ripe grapes and thus offers excellent fruit,
medium-body and a sweet finish.

Rosier Cuvée Ma Maison

“This brand new cuvée made of 70% Chardonnay, 20% Chenin and 10% Pinot Noir
It offers us a complex bouquet, infused with subtle hints of white flowers and fruits
as well as multiple sensations for the palate; elegance, balance,
 lasting freshness with hints of lightly mentholated citrus fruit.”

Casa Girelli Canaletto Pinot Noir, 2015. Lombardia, Italy:

“Ripe summer fruits with notes of raspberries. While full of flavour, this wine is quite light in body,
making it perfect to drink on its own or with cured meats.”

Rui Roboredo Madeira Vinhos Tuga Red 2015.  Douro, Portugal:

“A blend of Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional. 
This is a lightweight, attractive, very juicy wine. It is a great pizza wine,
with its edge of tannins and lively acidity.

Hullabaloo Zinfandel, 2014.  Napa Valley, California:

"Displays aromas of fresh raspeberry, blackberry, cracked pepper and cedar.
Showing exceptional balance on the palate, there are rich flavours of chocolate covered cherries,
blackberry, anise and pepper.

Matchbook Syrah, 2013. Dunnigan Hills, Central Valley, California:

“Displays all that we love about this earthy native of Rhone.
Aromas of pepper spice and plum mix with blackberry, bacon and cocoa powder. 
Rich black cherry and mocha flavours give way to a bouquet of cigar box, saddle leather and truffle.
Pair with rich game dishes such as grilled venison backstrap, duck or ragu di cinghiale.”

Monregale Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2015

Red dress intense ruby.
“An intense nose of dried fruits and dried flowers. The mouth presents tannins soft. 
Ideal with braised roasts, red meats, poultry, or salty dishes.”

Kloof Street Red 2014,  Swartland, South Africa:

“A Southern Rhone style blend from Mullineux - yes please!
Mixing Syrah, Grenache, Carignan, Mourvedre, Tinta Barocca (why not?) and Cinsault,
this is made by the team at Mullineux to be a fresh, easy drinking style of wine that blends the different terroirs of Swartland.

Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec 2015,  Langhorne Creek, Australia:

“Malbec is rarely seen as a varietal wine but here at Bleasdale and in Langhorne Creek
it stands on its own two feet and performs well enough to earn its stripes.

Sun & Air Cinsalult 2016. Coastal Region, South Africa:

“Bright brisk, breezy Sun, Air celebrates the Cape’s maritime Atlantic climate
and the ancient heritage of its cool, coastal vinyards.
From gravity old vineyards Cinsault is the Cape’s favourite red grape
with its abundance of soft brambly fruit and twist of darkly exotic spice”

La Mura Nero D’Avola 2016.  Terre Siciliane IGT, Sicily, Italy:

“Nice body, old seasoned fruit on the nose, plum-like, purple color, well-balanced acidity, taste really well.
Very good to bend with red-meat and grilled fish.

REGULAR PRICE:  $234.90

VALUE CASE OF THE MONTH PRICE: $198.85