Happy Harry’s Direct Offer No. 29Father’s Day Special- Collector’s Bottle Set
Direct Sale Price – —$235.15
(Savings of $58.19)
Penfolds Bin 704 Cabernet Sauvignon—2018
The mirror image of its Australian Bin 407 stablemate, Penfolds Bin 704 Cabernet Sauvignon seeks to showcase California fruit through the lens of Penfolds winemaking tradition. Mindful of regional nuances and regional essence, it redefines all that Napa Valley Cabernet can be.
Sourced entirely from Napa Valley this wine has savory expressions that lead the charge in the form of carpaccio-style red meats, bay leaf, and wild thyme on the nose. Dark Cabernet fruits transfer from the nose to the palate with a silk-like flow. Animated and lithe yet somewhat restrained, it has a humble personality but with the quiet conviction of Napa.
96 points – Wine Enthusiast
95 points – James Suckling
Retail Price – $69.99
ROCO Gravel Road Pinot Noir
The hills in the Willamette Valley are punctuated by gravel roads, which lead to the regions finest vineyards. ROCO’s Gravel Road Pinot Noir is a blend of several of the distinctive vineyards including the Soles’ own Wits’ End Vineyard in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. An outstanding value, the Gravel Road Pinot Noir flavor profile surpasses many other wineries flagship Pinot Noirs. The old world style offers bold flavor with balance and grace to pair well with nearly any food.
As if it was written in the Planets (Jupiter and Saturn), ROCO Gravel Road Pinot Noir NV is a conjunction of the 2019 and 2020 vintage. This nonvintage Pinot Noir truly is “greater than the sum of its parts.” The elegant poise of the 2019 vintage is layered with a minority of the robust concentration of 2020’s personality. The deft combination of these two very different vintages has revealed a masterful expression of Willamette Valley Pinot Noir.
Retail Price – $28.99
John Anthony Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon—2017
Sumptuous, aromatic red and black fruits abound in this classic Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. The palate is rich, dense and chewy with wonderful tannin structure and layers of dark cherry and cassis. A vigorous finish leaves notes of muddled dark fruits and mocha overtones. Enjoy this wine with a hearty meal that may include—Gorgonzola Cheese, Roasted Potatoes with Rosemary, a generous Ribeye Steak or any dessert with Bittersweet Chocolate!
93 points – James Suckling
Retail Price – $69.99
Harvey & Harriet—2019
Harvey and Harriet is the Bordeaux blend created by Eric Jensen of Booker Vineyard, in an attempt to make a wine that his parents would love and could afford. It is a wine that’s made by hard work, the best vineyard sites, the best barrels, the best team and of course no additives or concentrates. A world class wine for everyone who appreciates high quality without the high price tag.
At first blush, an exuberant bouquet of candied blueberries, blackberries, jasmine, and orange blossoms jumps out of the glass and demands full attention. Underneath the fruits and flowers lie warm scents of brioche, cocoa and baking spices. The taster is then rewarded with intense cherry, mixed berry and pluot followed by caramel and espresso. The overall sensation is sublime bliss on the palate as the elegant finish slowly fades away.
Blend: 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Syrah, 10% Petite Sirah, 10% Cabernet Franc, 10% Petit Verdot, 10% Malbec
Retail Price – $31.99
Willamette Valley Vineyards Bernau Block Pinot Noir —2018
From the original 1983 plantings—the 2018 vintage is the inaugural release of the Bernau Estate Pinot Noir. This single vineyard designate is from the Bernau Estate Vineyard in the Dundee Hills. Named in honor of their Founder Jim Bernau, Bernau Estate is the future home of their méthode traditionnelle sparkling wine facility.
The 2018 vintage resulted in perfectly ripe fruit with intense color and opulent flavors. Deep garnet colored in the glass, the wine opens with a complex nose of bramble fruit, plum, dried herbs and minerality notes. On the palate it is showcasing concentration and elegance, the palate is packed with flavors of red and black fruit framed by cedar and earth. The well-structured, polished tannins and balancing acidity suggest this wine will further reward those with patience.
The Bernau Block is not just for casual sipping, as this wine can stand up to rich gastronomic dishes. Enjoy with grilled Oregon lamb chops, cedar plank salmon, filet mignon, mushroom risotto, dishes featuring native Oregon truffles and charcuterie.
Retail Price – $59.99
Métis Red Blend—2018
A blend of the finest varietals from the Walla Walla Valley. The wine opens with a nose of plum, mulberry, earth, clove and dark chocolate along with light barrel toast notes. The palate is mouth-filling and juicy with dark cherry, cocoa and minerality flavors that are framed by firm tannins, balanced acidity and a finish that lingers leaving you wanting more.
62% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Syrah, 14% Cabernet Franc, 7% Merlot and 2% Grenach
91 points – Wine Enthusiast
Retail Price – $32.99
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