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 JANUARY VALUE CASE OF THE MONTH

2016 Tbilvino Saperavi Dry Red,
Kakhetia District, Georgia
Red dry wine made from the Saperavi grape harvested in Gurjaani and Khvareli districts of Georgia.
This fresh wine is dark cherry coloured with the aromas of red fruit and vanilla overtones.
It has a long finish and goes well with kebabs, steak and pork ribs.

2017 El Petit Bonhomme Rouge
Jumilia, Spain
Working in the world of wine for 20 years,
Quebec native Nathalie Bonhomme has found in Spain her home. 
Made with Miguel Gil from Bodegas Juan Gil, she presents her "Petit Bonhomme",
a tasty blend of Monastrell, Grenache and Syrah grapes. 
Serve it lightly chilled to maximize its fruity expression. 
 
2017 Dom Reine Juliette Carignan
Languedoc, France
Domaine Reine Juliette is located in the heart of the Languedoc l
ess than 10 kilometers from the shores of the Mediterranean Sea 50 km south of Montpellier.
The estate is next to the path of Reine Juiette, the oldest Roman road built in Gaul,
which connected Spain and Italy. 
The vineyard benefits from a friendly micro-climate that is tempered by sea breezes and fogs,
ideal for the perfect maturity of the grapes.
The Domaine's 100% Carignan is a charming example of Carignan in the Languedoc.
Dark purple in colour with flavours of black fruits and spice, soft acidity and integrated tannins,
this juicy wine is an excellent table wine for barbecues, grilled meats or a plate of cured meats.

2012 Mayu Syrah Grand Reserva
D.O. Valle de Elqui, Chile
Mayu Syrah Gran Reserva displays an excellent complexity on the nose and palate.
Aromas of blackberry, chocolate and spice on the nose with a touch of vanilla.
The finish is long and smooth.
Serve with red meats.

2015 Campo Viejo Tempranillo
Rioja, Spain
A tannic, savoury Spanish red wine from the Rioja region and made from the Tempranillo grape.
Lots of grippy tannins on the palate.
Pair with a rare steak. A heavenly hamburger Wine.

2017 Tenuta Luzzolini Ciro Rosso
Calabria, Italy
This appelation of Southern Italy makes wine from the obscure Gaglioppo grape.
Crushed berries, spicy cherry, and earth mingle on the palate
to create a dry red that's a great companion for eggplant
Parmesan or a mushroom pasta.

2016 Sun & Air Sauvignon Blanc
Western Cape, South Africa
A tropical nose with hints of freshly cut grass and asparagus,
with a palate that experiences a fresh and crisp acidity.
This wines goes well with sushi, chicken and asparagus salad.

2017 Argento Malbec
Mendoza, Argentina
Bright ruby red colour; fresh raspberry, cherry, sweet plum compote and milk chocolate aromas
with hints of violets and herbs; dry, medium bodied,
with balanced acidity and silky tannins supporting flavours of ripe black fruits.

2017 Tilia Bonardo
Mendoza, Argentina
Ripe dark fruit aromas with hints of violet and anise give way to a juicy wine
with black raspberry and black plum flavours along with notes of black pepper.
The finish is soft with velvety tannins.
Food Pairing: Pair this wine with the strong flavours of game
or the earthy flavorus of mushrooms or with a dish like Braised Venison with Cremini Mushrooms.

2017 Casa Silva Coleccion Chardonnay
Colchagua Valley, Chile
Located in the small village of El Tambo near San Fernando,
Casa Silva was originally founded by Emilio Bouchon of Bordeaux in 1982.
In recent years, Mario Silva and winemaker Mario Geisse have raised the quality of the winery
to the point where Casa Silva is now the most awarded Chilean winery of the 21st century.
The Coleccion Chardonnay has an attractive nose of tropical fruit with hints of butter.
On the palate, this wine is refreshing, crisp, and without oak and malolactic fermentation.
Pair with baked salmon, steamed mussels w/ garlic, sea bass, and fresh salads.
Great with soft white cheeses.

2010 Montaigne Tradition
Bergerac, France
The nose has notes of sour cherry / strawberry / blackberry and finesse.
Palate: frank attack, followed by a beautiful volume on the palate.
The tannins are present, but nicely balanced.

Tuga Red
Douro, Portugal
Red fruits and spicy aromas. 
The palate is very gentle and sweet, with well-balanced acidity and fine tannins. .
Pairing Tips: Traditional dishes in general,
Mediterranean and Asian Cuisine.
REGULAR PRICE:  $233.20
VALUE CASE OF THE MONTH PRICE: $198.50