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 Mixed Case Bargain 

These popular case offerings enabled us to get the last of these wines’ availability and offer our customers the chance to get a dozen well-made wines for a great price.

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In the box are 4-each of these wonderful wines

Refreshing White Wines

A refreshing white wine is typically not too heavy, viscous, or full-bodied. Instead, it’s juicy, making it easy to drink and enjoy. These wines are perfect for warm weather and pair well with light dishes like salads, seafood, and chicken

Medium Bodied Red Wines

These wines often have flavors of red fruits like cherries, raspberries, and strawberries. The acidity in these wines is not too overpowering but is enough to give the wine a good structure and balance.

Full Bodied Red Wines

Full-bodied red wines are often darker in color compared to other red wines due to their higher concentration of phenolic compounds. Fuller-bodied wines tend to have darker fruit flavors, like brambly blackberry, dark cherry, and blackcurrant.

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Medium Bodied Red Wines

These wines often have flavors of red fruits like cherries, raspberries, and strawberries. The acidity in these wines is not too overpowering but is enough to give the wine a good structure and balance.

Medium to Full Bodied Red Wines

These wines often have flavors of dark fruits like blackberries, plums, and cherries. Tannins in these wines are more pronounced, giving the wine a more structured and complex texture.

Full Bodied Red Wines

Full-bodied red wines are often darker in color compared to other red wines due to their higher concentration of phenolic compounds. Fuller-bodied wines tend to have darker fruit flavors, like brambly blackberry, dark cherry, and blackcurrant.