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What You'll Get
- Spring Reds: 15 Bottles of Wine and a Wine Thermometer
Featuring eight unique wines (15 bottles total), this package offers a variety of beautiful and bright red wines full of fresh flavors that are perfect for Spring’s thawing temperatures and warmer weather. Headlined by a bottle of the 2014 Chateau Franc-Cardinal Bordeaux, a 91-point Wine Enthusiast stunner, this exclusive offer includes Cabernet, Nero d’Avola, Red Blends, and more, as well as a deluxe wine thermometer that will ensure each wine is served at the perfect temperature. Learn more about these wines here.
- Chateau Franc-Cardinal: silver-medal-winning blend of merlot, cabernet franc, and malbec; plum and prune notes balanced with slight smokiness and a hint of almond.
- Wine Enthusiast Magazine awarded this Bordeaux an impressive 91 points
- Silver medals in “Best French Wines and Spirits Competition” in Hong Kong and in Germany
- Praised by renowned wine expert Jancis Robinson, who called the wine one of the most under-appreciated wines she’s tasted
- Product of a petite chateau and operated by the Holzberg family, where the winery is in final stages of certification as an organic wine producer
- Blend of merlot (72%), cabernet franc (24%), and malbec (4%)
- Lar de Oro Tempranillo–Syrah: Coming from the Extremadura region of Spain, this Syrah uses grapes from older vines which lend a nice maturity and complexity. This wine is a mix of about 75% Tempranillo (Spain’s signature varietal) and 25% Syrah, which tempers and adds elegance to the blend. This wine can accompany almost any dish.
- La Marchesina Nero d’Avola Terre Siciliane: Grown in the fertile soils and long, cloudless summers of Sicily, the Nero d’Avola has become one of Sicily’s most important indigenous red wine varietals. This wine is a full-bodied and nicely-balanced blend that offers bright, fruity flavors balanced by a spicy, herbal earthiness, making it a perfect compliment to pasta dishes and roasted meats.
- Placer Andaluz Tempranillo–Syrah: Blending Spanish Tempranillo with French Syrah grapes, this wine offers a nice fruit forward wine balanced with underlying notes of peppery spice.
- Primi Soli Cabernet: This Italian Cabernet is robust and bold, balancing strong red fruit flavors with a note of toasty vanilla and lingering tannins.
- Totally Random Red Blend: Blending the rich flavors of plums, boysenberries, and blueberries, the Totally Random Red can be enjoyed with almost any food— from BBQ to dessert— and can be served slightly chilled or at room temperature.
- Encostas do Coa Tinto: Grown on the scenic, rocky slopes of the Coa River in Portugal, the Rufete, Touriga Franca, and Tinta Roriz grapes that go into this wine are virtually unknown in the United States. These delicious grapes make this ruby-colored blend a prime example of the region, with a fruity aroma and a rounded palate and smooth tannins.
- Volcanes Reserva Carmenere: Grown in the Andes Mountains, the Carmenere is the grape that put Chile on the wine-producing map. This full-bodied wine immediately impresses with its visually-striking, dark violet color, and follows with a strong nose of black fruits, dark chocolate, and hints of toast and olives.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Online redemption only. Ships only to listed states. Additional $29.95 shipping not included. Must be 21 or older to order and receive wine; 21+ adult signature and I.D. required for delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Splash Wines
Three generations of wine-selling expertise and 15 years in the internet wine business have been poured into Splash Wines. The company simplifies the process of discovering and buying great wines by developing relationships with winemakers and procuring an eclectic cellar, then shipping mixed cases directly to customers. Oenophiles can expect to find both familiar names and obscure new wines from around the world—including many chosen for their ability to pair well with food and oxygen.