$38.00 Retail Price
VineCrowd Price: 12 bottles $273.60 (that’s $22.80/bottle with shipping included!)
You won’t see this again. A case of Two Mile’s renowned sangiovese offered at a 4o% discount. Sustainably farmed; food friendly; true to the fruit and full of charm. High-acid; low-oak; unbelievable. Forget what you know about California sangiovese — this is a balanced, complex, and remarkable wine. Nothing could pair better with your holiday meals. Grown by Susan Lentz and Herb Polesky on a western-facing slope in Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma. This wine is acclaimed by critics for it’s balance, trueness to fruit, and wonderful personality. It’s meant for drinking with food, with the structure of a pinot noir with the rich body only Dry Creek can provide. Dirty some glasses with this one…
About the Wine
Appellation: Dry Creek Valley
Release Date: April 06, 2009
$24.00 Retail Price
VineCrowd Price: A mixed case of 6 bottles of Viognier + 6 bottles of Sangiovese (that’s $14.40 a bottle + $22.80 a bottle with shipping included!)
This viognier is just what viognier should be. High-acid, completely dry, but full of the depth and complexity only viognier can bring. It’s characterized by stone-fruit balanced with citrus, with no cloying, oaky distraction. Want a structured white which will still pair with meat? If you like oaky, rich vigonier, this isn’t the wine for you. It’s made in a rich but tight style, very fruit forward but with the acid to back it up. 99 out of 100 people agree: it’s in a different class of California viognier. You can’t join the line waiting to get the annual release, but you can get it through this special with VineCrowd. This is a wine which will carry you through from cheese to dessert.
About the Wine
Appellation: Central Coast
Harvest Date: September 01, 2008
Can’t decide? Try them both with a mixed case that will treat you to 6 bottles of each and match any meal. Sounds like a good night…
About Two Mile Wines
Voted the Bay Area’s best winery by the San Francisco Chronicle!
“I came to this business from the love of food, friends, and connection. The wine industry has become so polarized between the worlds of glamor and commodity that I wanted to build a company which promotes the respect of wine for its craft, origin, and tangibility.” — Adam Nelson
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