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.

2019 Pellehaut Harmonie Rouge
Côtes de Gascogne, Southwest France
25% Merlot - 25% Cabernet Sauvignon - 15% Tannat - 10% Malbec –
10% Pinot Noir - 8% Syrah - 7% Manseng Noir
A soft but assertive red, this wine offers up rich, fruity aromas of strawberry and cassis,
hawthorn blossom and spices (coriander and cloves).
The palate is light with silky tannins. A wine to suit any dish.

2020 Olivares Rose
Jumilla, Spain
Granacha and Monastrell

Made from Granacha and Monastrell comes this wonderfully crisp and aromatic rosé is perfect for summer sipping
or just dreaming about summer while sipping. These ungrafted vines that somehow escaped the phylloxera pest,
give this inexpensive Rosé a nice amount of structure and depth.
Julmilla is a somewhat unknown but very old wine region in the southeast of the Iberian peninsula.
The two grapes used here are better known as Grenache and Mourvèdre
are responsible for some of your more famous rosés from Provence and Rhône valley.

2020 Marques De Riscal White
Rueda Spain

A bright, straw-yellow coloured wine.
As you expect from a verdejo wine, on the nose it has high aromatic intensity,
with tropical fruit and hints of fennel and fresh grass. In the mouth it is both syrupy smooth and refreshing,
with a slightly bitter finish which is typical of the variety making it long and pleasant to drink.
Overall it is a fresh, well-balanced wine.
This wine pairs well with fish, shellfish, ham, pasta dishes, chicken and cold meat.

2019 Lapas Luna Cabernet
Cabernet Sauvignon

Crimson in the glass with aromas of dark chocolate, cherry and a hint of roasted coffee. 
Rich and full textured on the palate with profound dark fruit. 
The finish brings succulent tannins and is long reaching, sticking with you until the next sip.

2017 S De Siroua
Domaine Ouled Thaleb is Morocco’s most prominent and oldest winery.
The Domaine Ouled Thaleb S de Siroua is made of 100% Syrah. 
The wine was vinified in concrete tanks and aged in 50% new French Oak.
Given the strong French influence in Moroccan wine, unsurprisingly S de Siroua Syrah is similar in style to classic Cotes du Rhone. 
Purplish red in the glass, on the nose it displays savoury aromas of blackberry jam, ripe blueberries, dark chocolate and bacon. 
The medium bodied palate has smooth tannins and concentrated black fruit flavours. 
On the finish there’s a lingering touch of vanilla spice.

NV Vidigal Julia Florista Red
Named after the famed flower girl of Fado, this red is an elegant rendition highlighting vanilla,
bright red plum, nuts and hint of blood orange.
Truly a soft and easy-drinking charmer that is ideal for a variety of dishes from burgers to rare beef.

2018 Louis Jadot Beaujolais-Village
Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
Winemakers Notes:  This fruit-forward, juicy wine has expressive aromas and
flavours of strawberries and black cherries with spice notes.
Pair with hors d’oeuvres, mild cheeses or poultry dishes.

2019 Ciu Ciu Rosso Piceno
Marche, Italy
50% Montepulciano –50% Sangiovese
Medium to full-bodied there is robust dark berry fruit along with a sense of old world-style earthiness here.
Balanced and dry, this has a nice smooth finish.
Enjoy with classic Italian cuisine such as chicken marsala and veal scallopini

2018 Batasiolo Barbera D’Alba
Barbera D’Alba, Italy
Intense ruby ​​red with garnet reflections.
Aromas of ripe fruit harmonized well with woody notes.
Warm, full-bodied and harmonious with typical freshness of Barbera grape on the palate.
Have with risotto, terrines, light meat, white poultry and vegetable meals.

2019 AnimusTinto
Douro, Portugal.
40% Touriga Franca, 30% Tinta Roriz, 30% Touriga Nacional
Warm, ripe red fruit with a touch of spice on the nose. 
Flavours of red fruits, purple plum, cedar and great tannins.
Pair with pizza, chicken and pasta.
Enjoy now, but can age up to 10 years.

2019 Tercos Malbec
Mendoza, Argentina
Winemakers Notes:  This Malbec has fruity, aromatic characteristics of blackberry and ripe cherry.
The first release has great volume and depth with a long finish,
maintaining the sof tannins and easy drinkability of a classic Malbec.

2016 Freddy Nerks Red (Natural Wine)
Dolcetto, Pinot Noir
Adelaide Hill, Australia
The Freddy Nerks Rosso drinks more like a southern Italian wine,
Light and fresh with great balance and zip. In other words, this isn't a body builder wine,
II's not trying to impress you with weight and power, this wine just wants to be friends. 
From the first sip you’ll be smiling as the lip smacking cherry flavours dance around your mouth. 
You do not need a plate of food to enjoy this beauty,
but if you happen to have a roasted chicken
or a plate of charcuterie,  all the better