Fave Bottles for Your Valentine

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Planning a romantic evening at home this year? Splurge on one of these luxurious beverages for you and your love!

Champagne Jaquart á Reims France Rose

“Delicate bubbles wrapped in intense salmon pink colored Rose. Red berry-fruit aromas (ripe redcurrants, cherries, wild strawberries) give way to notes of plum. This Rose is fresh and full, and has a fine finish with surprising notes of peach and apricot.” Plus, it’s pink!

L’Amoureuse Rouge

“It’s thanks to Raphael’s friendship with Nicolas Pittet and Pierre-Alain Dutoit, winemakers from Lavaux/Vaud, that the L’Amoureuse beers were born. They’re real hybrids – born of a combination of dry saison and the freshly-squeezed juice of local grapes, blended and fermented together. The result is a relatively dry beer with a light, fruity, vinous nose. Unfiltered, unpasteurized and refermented in the bottle, L’Amoureuse will continue to evolve and grow more acidic over time, thanks to the wild yeasts that occur naturally on the grape skins.”

 

Broc Cellars ‘LOVE’ in Red

65% Carignan, 20% Valdiguié, 15% Syrah

Fresh, fruit driven; medium bodied with excellent acidity; an extremely delicious red. Broc Cellars prides themselves on making ‘site specific’ wines where the character is derived from using organic or biodynamically grown grapes. With minimal intervention, the grapes speak for themselves.

 

Agricanto Paladin

A wine based liqueur that exudes refined elegance. The perfect balance between the strength and generosity of the Raboso wine, the delicate scent of ripe cherries and the intense aroma of the rarest spices. Agricanto is an inviting liqueur, characterized by an intense ruby red color and rich aroma. It is delicate and seductive, seeking out very senses and enlivening them.

 

Turriga Isola dei Nuraghi

Turriga is a powerful red wine that requires time in bottle to show its full complexity. Upon release, Turriga is densely packed with powerful tannins and tightly wound fruit, thus decanting is recommended. With time in bottle, Turriga reveals multiple layers of Mediterranean herbs, roasted coffee, spices, and licorice with a generous core of black and red fruit.

 

 

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