Platinum Wine Club: Details & Selections Of The Month

For our 20th anniversary we created the Platinum Wine Club, allowing you to explore the world of wine 2 bottles at a time. We give you a wine you probably know (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay) and then one that’s off the wall, something you would probably never pick up on your own and to take you out of your comfort zone. We have done a Txakoli from Spain, a Claret from the Columbia Valley & a Gamay Beaujolais rose from Burgundy, to name a few. You can also structure the Platinum Wine Club to fit your needs! You get a sheet, explaining the wines, where they are from, tasting notes and food pairings too.  Here’s how it works:
The basic membership is 2 wines a month for $30.00.
You can also do 4 wines a month for $60.00
You can just do a 2 bottle, 3 month membership for $90.00, payable in advance. The same applies for 4 bottles for $180.00, payable in advance.
You can pay for 6 months in advance and get 1 month free
You can pay for 12 months in advance and get 2 months free
You can do a quarterly membership too. Getting 2 or 4 bottles a month every 3 months (4 times a year)
If you like the wines and want to pay more, you can purchase them, during the month they are featured at a 10% discount. 
You can pay as you go, and cancel at anytime. 

In 2019, we plan on adding a red club & white club. If you only are interested in red wines, that’s all you’ll get. The same for the whites. All the prior info applies to both of these clubs. 

Wine Club Selections For June 2019

The Known: Mezza di Mezzacorona Italian Glacial Bubbly 60 % Chardonnay – 30% Pinot Bianco – 10% Muller Thurgau $16.99

From the Italian Alps, formed by Glaciers Centuries ago & matured “on Lees” (the spent yeast cells)

The production process is Charmat method the same as Prosecco. Charmat is simply producing a secondary fermentation in the tank, instead of the bottle. The bouquet displays rich and intense aromas of fresh fruits like red apple, pear, white peach and melon, and delicate pineapple with an

elegant note of wild mountain rose. The palate is very pleasant with a soft mousse, persistent bubbles and smooth acidity. A perfect switch up from Prosecco or Cava.

Food Pairings: BRUNCH! (as always), fruit salad, Brie, potato chips, popcorn, butter!


The Unknown: (sort of) a French Cab Franc, you’ve had the grape, but I’m betting you’ve not had a 100% cab franc from France. Domaine Bassac Cab Franc (organic) $12.99

From the Cotes De Thounge (ever hear of that?!) in Languedoc-Roussillon, it’s dark in color with marmalade and ripe black fruit aromas, full bodied. This isn’t a Virginia Cab Franc by any means. It’s a true expression of the grape from its country of origin.


Food pairings: Meat & Pork. Cabernet Franc pairs well with grilled steaks and chops, Portobello mushrooms, green olives, pepper, rosemary, and mint

Don’t forget, if you like a wine, you can purchase it in the month it’s featured for 10% off!