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Lighter Reds Mix

Pop these light reds in the fridge for a fruit-filled, thirst-quenching revelation …

There’s no need for red wine lovers to miss out on a chilled glass during summer. Truth is, as many customers have discovered to their delight, some reds simply taste better after 30 minutes in the fridge or a quick dunk in an ice bucket. The style you’re looking for is a light, fruity wine with low tannins and mouthwatering acidity. And here’s a trio that fits the bill to a tee, starting with a Pinot Noir with just a subtle touch of oak, from Sam Trimboli, one of our oldest friends Down Under. Then there’s Coq Léon, a Gamay from Beaujolais legends the Piron family, and Roccoloro Bardolino, a new find from a cellar near Lake Garda in Italy (where they know a thing or two about chilling out while bathed in sunshine).

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There’s no need for red wine lovers to miss out on a chilled glass during summer. Truth is, as many customers have discovered to their delight, some reds simply taste better after 30 minutes in the fridge or a quick dunk in an ice bucket. The style you’re looking for is a light, fruity wine with low tannins and mouthwatering acidity. And here’s a trio that fits the bill to a tee, starting with a Pinot Noir with just a subtle touch of oak, from Sam Trimboli, one of our oldest friends Down Under. Then there’s Coq Léon, a Gamay from Beaujolais legends the Piron family, and Roccoloro Bardolino, a new find from a cellar near Lake Garda in Italy (where they know a thing or two about chilling out while bathed in sunshine).

There’s no need for red wine lovers to miss out on a chilled glass during summer. Truth is, as many customers have discovered to their delight, some reds simply taste better after 30 minutes in the fridge or a quick dunk in an ice bucket. The style you’re looking for is a light, fruity wine with low tannins and mouthwatering acidity. And here’s a trio that fits the bill to a tee, starting with a Pinot Noir with just a subtle touch of oak, from Sam Trimboli, one of our oldest friends Down Under. Then there’s Coq Léon, a Gamay from Beaujolais legends the Piron family, and Roccoloro Bardolino, a new find from a cellar near Lake Garda in Italy (where they know a thing or two about chilling out while bathed in sunshine).

Lighter Reds Mix Case contents

Roccoloro Bardolino Classico 2021

x4

Purple Duck Pinot Noir 2021

x4

Le Coq Léon 2020

x4

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