Wine for Lovers

Love is in the air.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and it’s time to start getting your plans together.
Looking to spice up your night? The right wine can do just that! Deciding on which wine to drink is easy and can set the mood for romance. Whether you’re looking for sparkling wine, rosé, or a delectable red, we’ve selected some ideas that will help to create an unforgettable Valentine’s Day. 

The Seducer Red Rendezvous
Seducing your lover? How about your taste buds?
Talk about love at first sight, this wine certainly delivers with the attractive, eye-catching label.
Produced in California, this delectable red blend is Zinfandel based blended with Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet, and Tannat. The grapes flirt and mingle with one another to bring about an enticing flavor. Aromas of cherries, vanilla, and spices lure you into taking a sip. Once the wine touches your lips, you won’t be able to get enough.

Kung Fu Girl Riesling
The wine maker, Charles Smith, created this line of wines for people to drink and enjoy now. He is a self-taught wine maker with a passion for wine that does not go unnoticed. The vineyards are farmed using sustainable practices.
Kung Fu Girl comes from the Columbia Valley AVA in Washington. Thought of as a wonderful site for Riesling, the environment leads to aromatic flavors, minerality, and floral notes. Scoring 91 points in Wine Spectator, “Top 100 Wines” 2014, “Best Value” Five Years in a Row, this wine is the total package.
Composed of 100% Riesling, flavors of apricot, white peach, and apple titillate the taste buds. Kung Fu Girl pairs best with spicy dishes or grilled seafood.  Kick it up a notch with Kung Fu Girl.

Mulderbosch Cabernet Rosé
Since its founding in 1989, Mulderbosch has widely been accepted as one of South Africa’s foremost wine producers. In 2011 Mulderbosch was bought by Terroir Selection with well known investor Charles banks at the helm.
Delicate pink color with subtle salmon hues, this rose has an initial burst of ripe grapefruit aromas followed by clean, mineral notes and hints of fresh strawberries. The overriding character of is one of freshness and purity. Freshness of texture, vibrancy and length; purity of flavor, especially the way in which the aromas find their full expression on the palate.


Secco Italian Bubbles
Ginevra and Olivia Casa grew up in Rome and Italy, developing their love for Prosecco. Because of a change in laws of Prosecco production, the two sisters decided to create a new category of sparkling wine called Secco Italian Bubbles. Charles Smith couldn’t resist and decided to partner with the sisters.
With options of Bianco Brut, made of Chardonnay grapes, or Pinot Noir Brut, Pinot Noir grapes, these wines deliver passion in every sip. The labels are fun and flirty, but the flavor in the wine is sophisticated and classically romantic.
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with caviar or your favorite take-out, Secco Italian Bubbles is the perfect way to dive into the amour of the night.
Secco Bianco Brut and Secco Pinot Noir Brut: 

Cline Red Cashmere
Fred Cline began his journey to bring Rhone-style wines to Americans soon after getting married. Passionate about wine and keeping history alive, the Clines have restored several vineyards.
Cline Red Cashmere shows not only the love the Clines have for wine, but also their passion for giving back. Procedes from this wine go towards breast cancer research and Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
This wine is composed of Mourvèdre, Syrah, and Grenache with divine flavors of cherry, raspberry and chocolate. Seductive and elegant, this wine truly delivers quality flavor.
Cashmere works as a delicious partner to grilled salmon, pork roast or duck. Start a fire, grab a blanket, and cuddle up with your Valentine and a bottle of Cline.

Velvet Devil Merlot
Take a walk on the dark side with this devilish wine produced by Charles Smith. Grown in Washington, the grapes that create this wine are almost entirely Merlot.
Velvet Devil has bottled the essence of Valentine’s Day. Sensual aromas of chocolate covered cherries, smoke and cedar accompany the velvety smooth characteristic of the wine’s body. Subtle tannins make this wine simply irresistible to almost all palates.
With ratings for the 2012 vintage of 90 points, Wine Spectator and 89 points, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, this wine is quite the value.
This wine pairs wonderfully with roasted pork and grilled steaks. For a flawless Valentine’s Day, just add roses.

Piquitos Moscato
This flirtatious semi sparkling Moscato is begging you to bring it to your lips. One small sweet kiss from Piquitos and you will not forget as these tiny, sweet bubbles.

Every glass of Piquitos is a dreamy experience where dancing bubbles fizzle like the Mediterranean sea breeze. When they explode, you are overwhelmed by the aromatic joys of Valencia orange blossoms so sweet and lovely. Piquitos is a semi sparkling wine that is alive, enchanting and waiting to be enjoyed!