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.


2016 Convento da Gloria
Lisboa, Portugal
Varietal: 100% Tinta Roriz

Medium ruby in colour revealing notes of red fruits, red licorice,
vanilla and hints of cloves. 
This is a dry red wine with medium acidity and low tannins.
Perfect food pairing with white fish dishes like cod and halibut.
Also great with mild meat dishes, dry pastas and soft cheese.

2013 Windesheimer Schlosskapelle Bacchus Kainett
Nahe, Germany
Varietal: Bacchus

Bacchus is a grape created by the genetic cross of  Riesling with Sylvaner and Muller-Thurgau
The Bacchus Kabinet has fragran aromas of green apple, melon and crisp pear.

2014 Vega Sindoa Chardonnay
Navarra, Spain
Varietal: Chardonnay

Winemaker’s Notes:  Green-tinged gold. 
Vibrant, spice-laced aromas of Meyer Lemon, pear skin, honeysuckle and ginger,
with a bright mineral overtone.  Juicy and sharply focused, offering nervy citrus
and orchard fruit flavours that take a deeper turn to nectarine with aeration. 

Distinctly nervy and precise on the persistent floral finish. 
The suave, energetic Chardonnay,
which drinks like plenty of cool-climate New World versions that cost twice the price,
was fermented in new French oak barriques
and then aged in the same barrels for four months, with frequent lees stirring.

2016 Dona Paula Los Cardos Malbec
Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza
Varietal: Malbec

Winemaker’s Notes:  Deep violet red colour. 
Intense, spicy, sweet aromas, with notes of red fruit and floral hints such as violets 
In the mouth, it is soft, velvety, fresh and well balanced.

2013 Antano Crianza
Rioja, Spain
Varietal:  Tempranillo, Mazuelo, Graciano and Garnacha

Antanio Cianza is a Rioja wine with a ruby red colour, with an upper middle layer, a clean and bright wine. 
It hits the nose with its own reduction from bottle aging, finally presenting itself as potent and complex
thanks to the primary aromas of the varietals that compose it and the wood used to age it,
providing with subtle hints of spice.  On the palate it is somewhat tannic,
giving way to a pleasant wine with a long, velvety and complex finish.

Non-Vintage Jost 4 Skins
Nova Scotia, Canada
Varietals: Castel, Lucie Kuhlmann, Leon Millot, Marechal Foch

An alluring nose of blackberry, dark cherry and plum,
backed with notes of dark chocolate and roasted coffee.
The dark fruit aromatics from the nose follow through to the palate
 but have added notes of underlying dried fruit,
sour cherry and raspberry providing a subtle lift on the palate.
The acid is balanced and the tannins are soft helping to create a smooth and long finish.
Pairings:  Pair with barbecued prime rib, roasted venison, hearty Italian cuisine.
We consider 4 Skins to be our "celebrity wine" ever since appearing on THE TONIGHT SHOW.
It grew in popularity but many have become returning customers once they tried it
and realized it's more than just a cheeky name.

2013 Powers Monde Eau Syrah
100% organic
Varietal: Syrah

On the nose, this wine shows layered aromatics of dark red fruits, currant,
white peppercorn, and garrigue (think limestone, juniper, thyme,
rosemary, and lavender on a hot day) that lead into a nice youthful mouthfeel on the palate.
From blackberry to boysenberry to red currant with a touch of orange zest on a medium finish,
this Syrah is very well balanced with fine tannins and acidity.

2014 Finca La Florencia Merlot
Mendoza, Agentina
Varietal: Merlot

This merlot offers intense aroma,
complex and attractive with fruit notes of plum and raspberry
accompanied by coffee, tobacco and nutmeg.
In the mouth it shows ripe black fruits very elegant and mature tannins.

2011 Guardian Peak Shiraz
Western Cape, South Africa
Varietal: Shiraz

The colour is deep ruby red. Aromas of beautiful mulberry notes
are well supported by black currents and hints of mocha.
On the palate a dark fruit and mocha that shows superb follow through onto the palate.
The wine has a well-rounded mouth-feel,
elegant velvet tannins and a long fresh fruit-filled finish.

2016 Viranel Gamme Triologie
Saint-Chinian, Lanquedoc
Varietal: Syrah, Alicante Bouchet, Cabernet Franc

The colour has deep with violet highlights.  On the nose a complex cherry, violet and licorice.
Refreshing with blackcurrant aromas.
On the palate a rich and fleshy with velvety tannins,
Lovely well balanced wine with long ending and mocha notes.

2014 Cameron Hughes Lot 522
Contra Costa County
Varietal:  Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Syrah

Complex and spicy nose of strawberry and raspberry fruit layered with leather,
tobacco and pepper motes enmeshed with chocolate covered raisins.
It tastes even better than it smells - an amalgam of juicy red fruit
and chocolate tootsie pop that splendiferously coats your palate for a good thirty seconds.

2015 Cellier Des Chartreux,
Southern Rhone, France
Varietal:  Cabernet Sauvignon

The producer is located in Villeneuve les vignon, north west of Avignon.
So technically, yes it is a Rhone. They produce a lot of merlot and cab in the Rhone valley,
which is quite unknown. None of the appellation included these grapes,

so the wine is classified as vin de pays or vin du gard.
Tasting notes:
Deep red garney colour, aromas of blueberries, cherry and spices.
Wine with nice structure, nice acidty and a long lingering finish.
Pairing: Serve with hors d'oeuvres, grilled meats, red meats, cheese.