Signature Red 6-Pack "Tired of Cabernet" Pack (Previously $229)

SKU #1158108 91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 (2011 Donkey and Goat Five Thirteen) Ruby-red. Ripe red fruit aromas are complicated by notes of pungent herbs and licorice. Sappy, spice-accented raspberry and bitter cherry flavors gain sweetness with air and show very good energy and back-end lift. Closes on a medicinal cherry note, with clinging spicecake and cracked pepper notes and chewy tannic grip. This wine will be extremely flexible at the table.  (5/ 2013)

K&L Notes

Our next great six-pack deal is here! For everyone who is tired of Cabernet Sauvignon comes the perfect anecdote, three wines all of which are not Cabernet Sauvignon. This is a truly ridiculous deal, where you save $100 off K&L’s normal price of $209.94 and only pay $109.94! In this can’t-miss six-pack we have two bottles each of: 2009 Cadre Pinot Noir, a wonderful Central Coast Pinot Noir that blends grapes from several top-notch vineyards to make a whole that is better than the sum of its parts; 2006 Carver Sutro Petite Sirah, from one of California’s greatest Petite Sirah producers; and 2011 Donkey & Goat “Five Thirteen” Blend, one of the best organic/bio-dynamic Cal-Rhône blends made. This is the most interesting assortment we have put together in a club six-pack, and is sure to sell out quickly. Special six-pack price for K&L Wine Club members: $109.94.

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