Tuesday Night Cabs
Colchagua Valley, Cachapoal Chile; Langhorne Creek, South Australia; Robertson, South Africa

Take a risk on the weekend. During the work week, you want something reliably yummy in your glass. Here you go with a month of Tuesdays! Don't let Pulenta’s lighter body fool you. The wine is bright, delicious and full of red fruit flavors, while the Lagar de Bezana is purple-fruited and rich. The Bleasdale goes for the juicy fruit angle while the Graham Beck is dark and reserved. Perhaps a wine and mood pairing?

Tuesday Night Cabs


12+ available.

Each four-pack includes one each of the following:

"Flavors of sasparilla, black currants and raspberries mingle with a subtle touch of vanilla and coffee. Fresh, yet concentrated, with perfectly integrated tannins and a lush mouthfeel."

"Deep royal purple with ruby reflections on the rim and bright aromas of blackberry and black tea. The palate is saturated and vibrant, with juicy plum, black cherry, dark chocolate and cedar. Bright and nicely rounded, with an elegant acid backbone and silky-smooth tannins. "

"An elegant wine with aromas of mixed berries, dark chocolate and violets. The palate is smooth with blackcurrant and spicy oak flavours and finishes with fine chalky tannins.Enjoy with any of your favourite meat dishes."

"Great complexity of black berry fruit and cassis on the nose, which is well supported by spicy mineral and cigar box flavours. This wine has a rich, juicy and intense palate with a long lingering finish. "