These great values are about to disappear.
Fosters, which owns these wineries today, is ending the case price discounts it has on these wines.
I’ve started buying more and more good wines by the case to take advantage of better prices and pass the savings on to you…….unfortunately, as of Feb. 1st, the case discounts on these wines are over!
Now, you don’t have to buy these by the case to get this price, but, I do!
If you want any of this, let me know ASAP. I’ve put the quantity I have in
Souverain Alexander Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2007 (California) Reg. $12.99, Sale $10.99 – This is a classic California Sauvignon Blanc! Crisp and medium-bodied. Aromas of lemons and oranges. Flavors of tropical fruit, melon, figs and peaches. Fermented and aged in once-used and 3-year-old French oak barrels for five months on the lees. Whole cluster pressing. Food pairing – mussels and other shellfish, lobster, poultry. Robert Parker, Wine Advocate, 88 points; 12 bottles
Souverain Chardonnay 2008 (California) Reg. $15.99, Sale $13.99 – Classic Alexander Valley Chardonnay. Aromas of lemons, apples and white peaches. Creamy, viscous texture with flavors of lemons, white stone fruit, baking spices and a touch of minerals. Toasty. Long finish with bright acidity. Fermented and aged in French oak barrels for 9 months. 100% malolactic fermentation and aged “sur lie,” so this is rich, velvety and buttery/creamy. Food pairing – creamy pasta dishes, soups, roasted chicken, duck. Wine Spectator, 88 points, “Top Value California Chardonnay Values;” 12 bottles
Souverain Alexander Valley Merlot 2006 (California) Reg. $15.99, Sale $13.99 – Aromas of dark plums, currants, violets and cloves. Flavors of dark berries and baking spices. The tannins are fine-grained and soft. Juicy mouthfeel. Long, smooth finish. A little Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec are blended with the Merlot to add weight and dark fruit. Aged 12 months in European and American oak, 39% of which was new oak. Food pairing – ribs, steak, lamb stew, hearty meals. Wine Spectator, 88 points; 12 bottles
Souverain Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2005 (California) Reg. $21.99, Sale $19.99 – Aromas of mocha, dark and red berries with flavors of black cherries, dark plums, blackberries, dark chocolate, vanilla and baking spices. Blend of 94% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Syrah, 1.5% Petite Sirah and 1.5% Cabernet Franc. Aged in 73% French oak barrels with the rest in Hungarian and American oak. Food pairing – beef, steak with blue cheese, mushroom dishes. 12 bottles
Chateau St. Jean Fumé Blanc 2008 (California) Reg. $12.99, Sale $11.98 - Nice wine! Aromas and flavors of ripe melons, figs, lemon grass, Provencal herbs. Notes of pink grapefruit and lemon zest. Clean finish with good length. A little Viognier and Semillon are blended with the Sauvignon Blanc. 68% fermented in stainless steel 32% fermented in oak barrels and aged “sur lie.” Wine Spectator, 88 points, “Top California Values Under $20;” 24 bottles
Chateau St. Jean Chardonnay 2008 (California) Reg. $12.99, Sale $11.98 - Big, rich Chardonnay! Aromas of pears, mangos, cloves and vanilla. Flavors of tropical fruit, pineapple, lemon and melon. Medium-bodied. Creamy texture. Crisp finish. Aged 5 months “sur lie” in small oak barrels. 60% went through malolactic fermentation, so this is creamy and buttery, but not as much as the Souverain is. 24 bottles
Chateau St. Jean Merlot 2006 (California) Reg. $14.99, Sale $11.98 – Smooth Merlot!!! Rich! A crowd pleaser! Aromas of blackberries and lavender! Flavors of dark chocolate, plums and baking spices. Blended with a little Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Aged 12 months in French (63%), American (34%) and Hungarian (3%) oak. About 50% of the oak was new. Food pairing – stews, beef, pasta dishes. 24 bottles
Chateau St. Jean Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 (California) Reg. $14.99, Sale $11.98 - Great value Cabernet!!! Smooth and rich! Raspberries, currants, plums, black cherries, vanilla and toast in the glass! Soft texture. Not tannic. Blended with small amounts of Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Malbec. Barrel aged for 15 months in French and American oak. Food pairing – beef, lamb, pork, mushrooms. Drinks well on its own. 24 bottles
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