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.


Joya Branco, 2015. Lisboa, Portugal:
“Made from arinto, fernao pires and moscatel.
This crisp white offering is light and refreshing. It displays aromas of citrus, with floral hints.
The palate is racy and fruity.
Drink on its own or paired with very light dishes.”

Lavis Pinot Grigio “Storie Di Vite”, 2015. Trentino D.O.C.:
“From the sub-alpine hillsides of Trentino.
This crisp white offering is light and racy.
It displays aromas of pear and Chinese apples.
The palate is racy, refreshing and fruity. Chill it down and enjoy.”

Vega Sindoa Chardonnay, 2014. San Navarra, Spain:
“100% chardonnay from high altitude vineyards.
Aromas and flavours of pineapple, pear, peach and honey.
A deft touch of oak on the finish. Very nice.”

Le Petite Balthazar Rose, 2015. Pays D’Oc, France:
“The overriding character of this rose is one of freshness and purity.
Freshness of texture, vibrancy and length.
Purity of flavor, especially the way in which the aromas find their full expression on the palate.”

Zorzal “Terrior Uinico” Pinot Noir, 2015. Tupungato Valley, Argentina:
“A very nice red. Medium bodied, with notes of spice, black currant and earthy tea.
Soft tannins. Velvety mouth feel and a soft finish. Nice and smooth”

Domaine Montrose, 2015. VP Cotes de Thongue, France:
“This wine is a blend of merlot, syrah and grenache from this warm region on the Mediterranean.
Red berry, earth, a touch of meat.
Medium to full on the palate with a long finish.”

Renacer Punta Final Malbec, 2016. Mendoza, Argentina:
 “This wine is 100% malbec from high altitude vineyards.
Red berry, ripe blueberry and light plum aromas.
The palate is quite full and round with flavours of earthy blueberry, herbs and assertive fruit.
Soft, supple finish”

Vega Sindoa Cabernet Sauvignon, 2013. Navarra, Spain:
This cabernet is an estate bottled product.
Judicious barrel selection produces a wine that is full
and smoky with flavours of black fruit, currant, mocha and vanilla.  Well balanced throughout.
Try with roasts or other fulsome dishes”

Alain Jaume “Les Gelinottes” 2014. Ventoux, Rhone, France:
 “Rich and fine, this wine delivers great aromas of kirsch, meat, mineral & cassis.
The mouth feel is rich, with hints of black currant, herbs de provence and sweet grilled meat.
Great finish.”

Lock & Worth Merlot, 2015. Naramata Bench,  British Columbia:
“A 100% merlot from vineyards planted in 1995.
Made in stainless tanks, this wine retains a zippy freshness but still has 6 months ageing in neutral oak.
Dark mocha fruit and exotic cassis on the nose.
The palate is racy with flavours of dark plum, coffee and ripe black currant.”

Stemmari Nero d’Avola, 2013. Sicily, Italy:
“An ancient indigenous variety, this certified organic Nero d’Avola thrives in the sandy Sicilian soils.
Red and black fruits with a nice, smooth finish.”

Bodegas Atalaya “Laya”, 2015. Almansa, Spain:
“A blend of grenache and  monastrell from central Spain.
The vineyards are at altitudes between 700-1000m. Deep colour, meaty wild aromas and flavours.
Black plum, currant and roasted earth dominate”