Holiday Feast Favorites

Holiday Feast Favorites

  • Price $59.99

This six-pack features our chefs’ selections for crowd-pleasing wines that will complement (but not overpower) delectable holiday dishes. It’s a go-to for any festive feast this season, providing four reds and two whites that span a variety of flavors and pairing keys. These wines have pronounced acidity and lower ABV, perfect for balancing rich holiday dishes. Note that these (6) 500 mL bottles are equivalent to (4) full-size wine bottles.

This essential six-pack includes a 2016 Easton Zinfandel that isn’t your typical Zin, featuring concentrated dark berry and cherry flavors, and the 2017 Anthesis Pinot Noir is a classic, full-bodied Oregon pinot with up-front fruit flavors accented by savory notes. The 2017 Le P'tit Paysan Cabernet Sauvignon is an Old World-style cab with notes of black currant and dried herbs, perfect for pairing with steak or red meat, while the herbal notes and tannins of the 2017 Brick & Mortar Cabernet Franc make it a full-bodied wine that complements flavors in chicken or turkey dishes. The medium-bodied 2019 Delta Sauvignon Blanc is textured and bright with citrus and melon aromas, providing acidity that acts as a vibrant “squeeze of lemon” on seafood dishes. Lastly, the 2017 Brick & Mortar Chenin Blanc has the crispness of classic French chenin blanc paired with fruity notes that are characteristic of California.

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Collection includes 6 x 500 mL bottles (2/3 of a standard-size wine bottle) featuring the following wines:
  • 2017 Anthesis Pinot Noir: Each year winemakers in the Willamette Valley clamor to get Pinot Noir grapes from the Stermer and Briscoe vineyards. Most are out of luck—but not Richard Sowalsky, our in-house winemaker. He has the track record to assure the farmers that Anthesis—our label dedicated to the best vineyards—does their coveted grapes justice. His 2016 Anthesis earned 90 points from Wine Enthusiast, outscoring many of Oregon’s biggest names. Richard believes this new Pinot is even better.
  • 2017 Le P'tit Paysan Cabernet Sauvignon: Wine maverick Ian Brand has crafted more Blue Apron wines than anyone else, for the simple reason that we can always expect a pleasant surprise—like a punk band releasing an acoustic tune. His 2016 Cabernet was a rustic, old-school delight. So in 2017, he sought to make a Cab that’s a little more modern, akin to the classic California Cabernets that balance intense fruit flavors with spicy, savory notes. One sip will leave you saying, “Rock on, Ian.”
  • 2017 Easton Zinfandel: Bill Easton is the Sierra Foothills fine-wine pioneer, having championed Zinfandel ahead of its golden age and put Amador County on the map. In the 1980s, two decades before California’s top winemakers started flocking to this under-the-radar region for its ideal climate and undervalued land, Bill was here, quietly making robust Zinfandels. He’s had some help, though: The sun powers Bill’s winery, and Bart the cat and a team of barn owls do exterminator duty in the vineyard.
  • 2017 Brick & Mortar Chenin Blanc:Engineer–turned–wine-geek Matt Iaconis is all about precision. So when he told us that Lodi has one of California’s best spots for Chenin Blanc—not a common belief—we listened. Matt found vines that, according to his measurements, thrive in a small area that’s warmer by day and cooler at night than the rest of Lodi. This results in a crisp, zesty Chenin Blanc akin to those from France’s Loire Valley. “The wine speaks of California in an Old World sense,” Matt says.
  • 2017 Brick & Mortar Cabernet Franc: This is the fifth wine Matt Iaconis has crafted for Blue Apron, making him one of our most popular winemakers. As with his previous wines, Matt shows that California’s highest-quality grapes are often found in off-the-beaten-path old-vine vineyards. Matt discovered time-hardened Cabernet Franc vines in the Zinfandel heartland, of all places, and used them to make a wine on a par with the best from France’s Loire Valley. At this rate, his sixth wine will set a new standard.
  • 2019 Delta Sauvignon Blanc: This is the sixth wine Matt Iaconis has crafted for Blue Apron, making him one of our most popular winemakers, but the first under his Delta brand. As with his previous wines, Matt shows that California’s highest-quality grapes are often found in off-the-beaten-path old-vine vineyards, but this wine also reflects his commitment to the environment. With the goal of making wines for environmental change, Matt and his wife Alexis donate $1 of every bottle of Delta sold to environmental groups that work to reduce carbon emissions and protect the ocean.

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