The International Wine of the Month Club has several options: receive 2 reds, 2 whites, or 1 of each. If you like what you tasted, you can order more of your favorites while supplies of those wines last. Memberships make great gifts, as you can order from 2 to 12 months. You can also design your own club by combining shipments from their Wine, Beer, Cheese, Chocolate, Cigar, or Flower clubs. Their referral program gives a friend 50% off one month (with 3 months or more) and you also get 50% off a month. Nice.
Domaine du Grand Tinel Chateauneuf-du-Pape Blanc 2011
- 65% White Grenache, 15% Clairette, and 20% Bourbolenc; light straw-colored wine; apricot and citrus flower aromas; melon and lemon flavors into a subtle honeyed lemon finish; cork closure; 13.5% ABV; SRP $98/2 bottles.
- A deep purple wine with ruby edges; dark berry, bell pepper, earth, and spice aromas; bright berry, earth, coffee and mocha flavors into an attractive peppery finish with some tannins; cork closure; SRP $42/2 bottles.
The Domaine du Grand Tinel Chateauneuf-du-Pape Blanc 2011 and the Casa Silva Reserva Carmenere 2010 are representative of what one might expect each month, showing that the club holds high standards. Both bottles are of the heavier variety utilized by good bottlers and the wines are good examples of their respective styles.
Interested? Get more info on the International Wine of the Month Club website, Twitter, and Facebook.
Disclaimer: These wines were sent to us for review purposes - all opinions are our own.
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