Look into the future...Drew Wines

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Look into the future...Drew Wines

#1 Post by Todd F r e n c h » January 27th, 2013, 12:51 pm

DREW FAMILY SIX PACKS-FUTURES PRICING

Pack #1- Syrah pack- $190
If you are a lover of cool climate Syrah, this special 6 pack is for you. These two offerings from the Mendocino Ridge offer up classic cool climate characters including red pepper corn, earth, game and wild bramble. A perfect winter accompaniment to roast leg of lamb or a bacon wrapped filet. Two excellent vintages for the ages. There are a limited number of these 6 packs. First come, first serve. Time limited!
3 BTLS.. 2010 Mendocino Ridge AVA., Perli Vineyard.... $40
3 BTLS.. 2011 Mendocino Ridge AVA., Perli Vineyard…..$40

Pack #2-Pinot Noir pack-$210
A very solid offering of 3 Drew Pinot Noirs from three different vintages. This is a great opportunity to taste California Pinot Noir from north to south. Three very beautiful wines! First come , first serve! This unique 6 pack includes:
2 BTLS.. 2011 Anderson Valley AVA., Morning Dew Vineyard.. $50
2 BTLS.. 2010 Anderson Valley AVA., Talfryn & Calder..$38
2 BTLS.. 2008 Sta. Rita Hills AVA., Rio Vista Vineyard..$42 (Library Wine)
To Order: https://www.wineweb.com/scripts/secure/ ... /drewwines

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#2 Post by Dewi Sheen » January 27th, 2013, 5:44 pm

Syrah pack for me, anyone else?

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#3 Post by Todd F r e n c h » January 27th, 2013, 5:55 pm

All cool climate Syrah sounds interesting to me - way more my style
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#4 Post by larry schaffer » January 27th, 2013, 8:09 pm

Those folks who love cooler climate wines should dig what Jason and Molly are doing . . . . period!
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#5 Post by ky1em!ttskus » January 27th, 2013, 8:22 pm

larry schaffer wrote:Those folks who love cooler climate wines should dig what Jason and Molly are doing . . . . period!
I am tapped out, and really shouldn't have bought a thing, but will keep this winery on my radar.

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