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 JUNE VALUE CASE OF THE MONTH

Callia Alta Chardonnay, 2015. San Jaun, Argentina:
“100% chardonnay from high altitude vineyards.
Aromas and flavours of pineapple, pear, peach and honey.
Try with chicken or lighter pastas. Very nice.”

Meffre St. Vincent Cotes du Blanc, 2013. Rhone Valley, France:
“A wine from grenache blanc, roussane and clairette.
Aromas and flavours of mineral, green apple, honey and peach/pear.
Nice acidity and viscosity in the finish.”

St. Antonius Windeshiemer Schlosskapelle Bacchus Kabinett, 2013. Nahe, Germany:
“An off-dry white from the Bacchus clone.
Perfect to serve to the Grandparents who only drink the sweet stuff.
Apple, citrus and exotic flowers dominate. S
erve as an aperitif, with oriental food or pork dishes.”

Chateau De Lancyre Rose, 2015. Pic St Loup, France:
“A lovely Rose from the south of France.
A blend of grenache, syrah and cinsault.
Red berry, watermelon and soft tea. Serve with salmon or salads.
Great finish.”

Canaletto Pinot Noir, 2013. Provincia Di Pavia, Italy:
 “From cooler northern Italy,
this pinot has lovely cherry and strawberry flavours with soft tannins and a long finish.
Serve with cured meats, BBQ salmon, spicy chicken dishes or mild cheeses.  ”

La Flauta De Bartolo Monastrell, 2012. Jumilla, Spain:
“Red and black fruits with a certain spiciness.
Intensity and balance on the palate. Good body and a nice, smooth finish.
This wine is five years old and drinking beautifully!
Try with grilled meats or grilled veggies.”

Valtier Reserva, 2009. Utiel-Requena D.O., Spain:
 “From an obscure region, this wine is a blend of tempranillo and bobal.
Ruby red and medium bodied, this wine has aromas and flavours of red berries, light cassis, mineral and spice.
Smooth and velvety finish. Try with stews and cassaroles.”

La Petite Berticot Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015, I.G.P. Atlantic, France:
“A dry, full-bodied bodied wine, this Cabernet could be drunk today or laid down for a year or two.
Complex aromas and flavours of black currant, cedar some spice and red fruit.
Long finish”

Pasqua “Lapaccio” Primitivo, 2015. Salento, Italy:
“Primitivo has been proven to be genetically very close to zinfandel.
From the very warm Salento area, expect lots of warm dark fruits, currant and meaty spice.
Great for the BBQ.”

Water Wheel “Memsie” Shiraz, 2014. Bendigo, Australia:
100% Shiraz from family owned vineyards, this wine is open and fruity.
Ripe berry fruit, cassis and black pepper with supple tannins and a nice fruity finish.
Serve with pizza or BBQ.”

Boutari Agiorgitiko, 2014. Nemea, Greece:
“A wine made with an ancient, indigenous grape variety.
Aromas and flavours of plum, blackberry and clove.
Nice acidity in the finish.”

Peos “Four Aces” Shiraz, 2005. Manjimup, Australia:
Big and full with aromas of deep black fruit, anise and plum.
The palate is surprisingly round with lots of complex dark fruits, licorice and soft tannins.
Lovely.”

REGULAR PRICE:  $233.20

VALUE CASE OF THE MONTH PRICE: $199.39