Warming Wines

Cozy, full-bodied selections.

Warming Wines

Cozy, full-bodied selections.

  • Price $65.99

Each of the six wines in this pack of reds is on the heavier side, perfect for keeping you warm and cozy when temperatures drop. These full-bodied New World reds feature a range of pairing keys so you can enjoy them with a variety of food.

The 2016 Grape to Bottle Zinfandel has big fruit flavors balanced by pepper and spicy notes, while the 2017 Grape to Bottle Zinfandel has jammy fruit flavors as well as subtle savory notes. The 2015 Ryme Syrah/Grenache is a robust, Rhone-style red, while the 2016 Grape to Bottle Syrah is a fruit-forward, full-bodied wine that’s partly aged in French oak barrels and partly in stainless steel. The 2016 Vermillion Red Blend is an easy-to-drink, medium-bodied red, and the 2016 Leaf and Vine Zin/Petite Sirah is a Californian red blend with bold and spicy flavors that are anything but shy.

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  • 2016 Grape to Bottle Zinfandel:Oakley, a suburb east of the Bay Area, has a distinct difference from the nearby cities: It has a pioneering vineyard, planted in 1910, right near the middle of town. The Del Barba property, still owned and run by the family of the same name, is beloved for its gnarly, decades-old Zinfandel vines that are not irrigated. Their roots extend deep into the loose sandy soil in search of water and nutrients, which fill the tiny grapes with concentrated, powerful flavors.
  • 2017 GTB Zinfandel: Oakley, a suburb east of the Bay Area, has a pioneering vineyard, planted in 1910, right near the middle of town. The Del Barba property, still owned and run by the family of the same name, is beloved for its gnarled, decades-old Zinfandel vines that yield wines with unparalleled flavor concentration and complexity. This is the second consecutive vintage Richard Sowalsky made from grapes he was able to secure from the historic site, producing a powerhouse of a Zin.
  • 2015 RymeSyrah/Grenache: For Ryan and Megan Glaab, winemaking is a matter of the heart. They met while working at Australian winery Torbreck, known for its bold reds made from century-old vines. Ryan and Megan—Ryme, get it?—returned home to California and became a winemaking tour de force. This robust Rhône-style red, made using some of California’s oldest vines, is not only a wine the Glaabs love (when they disagree, they create separate “his” and “hers” wines), it’s a warm reminder of how it all began.
  • 2016 GTB Syrah: California’s Central Valley is known for vineyards extending beyond the horizon. Tucked among them are small, quality-minded growers—and one of veteran winemaker Richard Sowalsky’s favorites is the Abba family. Their eight-acre plot looks like a small slice of France’s Rhône Valley, where Syrah reigns. The Abbas’ 20-year-old Syrah vines yield grapes on a par with those Richard used when he crafted robust reds for top Napa wineries Clos Pegase and Robert Mondavi.
  • 2015VermillionRed Blend: When Helen Keplinger made the cover of Wine Spectator and was named Food & Wine’s winemaker of the year, it wasn’t because of the high-scoring, big-ticket Napa Cabernets on her résumé. It was for her Rhône-style reds from incredible vineyards others had overlooked. Helen is a master at creating captivating flavor combinations, whether from a single site or many. She mixed and matched grape varieties from her favorite plots to craft this fruit-driven, complex red. This wine is a blend of 53% Grenache, 32% Mourvèdre, 6% Petite Sirah, 4% Syrah, 4% Cinsaut, 1% Counoise.
  • 2016 Leaf and Vine Zin/Petite Sirah: If you’ve ever visited the Leaf and Vine tasting room in Napa, winemaker Tim Keith poured your wine. He also operated the tractor in the vineyards at harvest, drove the truck of grapes to the winery, crushed them himself and handled every other minute aspect of the winemaking process. The only thing Tim didn’t do: filter or manipulate the wine in any way, so all you taste are the pure flavors he captured in the grapes. You won’t taste Tim’s sweat and tears, but both flowed freely.

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