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Better Spaces December 2022 Event
12 Bottles each of three amazing wines to enjoy at the Better Spaces event at the Hippodrome in NYC on December 14, 2022.
Tammy: PLEASE ORDER A QUANTITY OF 3 to receive 36 bottles.
Use coupon code THANKS22 to get free shipping.
Thank you, Tammy!
About the wines
REGION: Argentina | Mendoza | Uco Valley
GRAPES: 100% Malbec
- TASTING NOTE: Pearly pink with plenty of small bubbles. On the nose, it smells like springtime with floral notes that perfectly match a soft cherry flavor. On the palate is has a citrus profile and is full-bodied, a perfect combination between softness and low tannins.
- FOOD PAIRING: An ideal match for fish, such as ceviche, sushi or tiradito. It is also a perfect aperitif or mixed with fruity cocktails.
92 Points – Sommelier Journal (March/April 2021)
88 Points – Wine Spectator (June 2021)
88 Points –Vinous (June 2021)
REGION: Italy | Veneto
GRAPES: 100% Pinot Grigio
NOTE: Delicate aromas and a dry, crisp, vibrant texture featuring apple, pear, and stone fruit with hints of white flowers and almonds.
FOOD PAIRING: Fresh and crisp, impeccable with seafood, poultry, classic basil pesto, and delicate cheeses.
REGION: Chile | Colchagua Valley
GRAPES: 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Carmenère
TASTING NOTE: An expressive, perfumed nose featuring aromas of fresh red and black fruits, along with warm notes of red peppers, nutmeg, tobacco, and coffee. The palate is balanced with crisp, juicy fruit. The tannins are perfectly rounded and lend structure and volume to the wine’s long finish.
FOOD PAIRING: Highly recommended with stir-fried beef, pork chops, spaghetti with Bolognese sauce, and lamb chops with Cabernet-mushroom sauce.
91 Points – James Suckling (May 2021)
Wines that go great with anything you throw on the grill
Figuring out what wines go with what foods can be maddening! All the thinking has been done for you with this carefully curated selection of wines, each of which are easy drinking and go with just about anything grilled – meats, fish, and veggies. Get this pack for your next outdoor grilling party and enjoy the compliments from your guests on your mad wine-pairing skills!