Gnarly Wine of the Month Club April 2021 - Four Pack

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10%-off a selection of four of our favorite new arrivals - Regularly $86 including a Gnarly Vines Eco-Friendly Canvas Tote - now $77.40!


2019 San Salvatore Falanghina - Campania, Italy (750ml) - $25

Campania is home to the vast majority of Falanghina plantings, as it thrives in porous volcanic soils and the warm mediterranean climate. The San Salvatore is manually harvested and de-stemmed before cryomaceration then aged for 8 months in stainless steel tanks. A seductive, layered nose of tropical fruits tempered by notes of acacia leads to extraordinary minerality on the palate. A great wine for fresh cheeses like Burrata or sautéed clams.


2020 Where's Linus? Rosé- California, CA (750ml) - $19

A mouth-watering blend of 65% Petite Sirah and 35% Syrah packed with red and black berry notes. The dry-farmed, organic grapes were hand picked and fermented in stainless steel tanks to preserve all the freshness this wine delivers. Super easy drinking, this zesty rosé wine will be a perfect match to watermelon & feta cheese salad or grilled chicken with spring vegetables.


2019 Benedek Pinot Noir - Matra, Hungary (750ml) - $17.5

The Benedek family winery lies in the heart of the Mátra Mountains in northern Hungary. This Pinot Noir is herbaceous and spicy on the nose with distinct flavors of ripe cranberries and sour cherries. Spontaneous fermentation was carried out with native yeasts followed by 7 months in stainless steel. Unfined, and barely filtered, this organic Pinot Noir will elevate your roasted pork ribs to the next level as well as your favorite mushroom-filled dish.


2018 Chateau Maris 'Natural Selection' Syrah-Grenache - Minervois La Liviniere, France (750ml) - $22

An elegant blend of Syrah and Grenache from ‘La Liviniere’, the first vineyard site to receive a Cru classification in the Languedoc region. This biodynamic wine is complex with layers of dark fruit, spices, green olive, and ground peppercorns that linger on the palate. Its medium body packs a huge punch and will be a fantastic complement to a lamb shank, a slow-roasted corned beef with grits or a casserole.


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