I regret that the Thanksgiving 2014 Six-Pack is entirely sold out. Thanks, everyone, for your support!
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My Thanksgiving 2014 Six-Pack is almost sold out but there are still a few left. To order please just click the link below to email me.
Thanks for your support…
E buon weekend, yall!
Above: this year’s six-pack includes the 1999 Bonci Verdicchio, one of the most stunning wines I’ve tasted this year. Old white wine? It’s what makes our world go around at the Parzen household!
Bele Casel NV Prosecco Colfòndo
Bonci 1999 Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Le Case Riserva
Ronco del Gelso 2012 Isonzo Bianco Latimis
Caprari NV Lambrusco Reggiano Colcer
Fatalone 2005 Gioia del Colle Primitivo Riserva
Produttori di Carema 2009/2010 Nebbiolo Classico
$125 plus shipping & handling
($21 average bottle price)
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
Wines will ship via FedEx on Wednesday of next week
in time for delivery before the holiday.
California residents only.
I regret that I no longer accept AMEX.
But you can pay by Visa, MC, check or Chase QuickPay.
Just as in years past, my Do Bianchi Thanksgiving Six-Pack offering is made up of wines that Tracie P and I actually drink ourselves.
I’m particularly excited about this year’s Thanksgiving offering because it includes a couple of wines “with some age on them.”
The 1999 Bonci Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, in particular, is one of the most stunning wines I’ve tasted this year and I managed to get it at a low enough price that I could include it here.
And just as in years past, the wines are ordered as I recommend serving them with your Thanksgiving meal. I put the 1999 Verdicchio at the beginning because I feel it should be served early, when palates are still fresh. It’s still youthful in its evolution but it’s also very light and nuanced. Try not to serve it too cold.
Thanks in advance for your support! And happy Thanksgiving! My notes on the wines follow…