Wine clubs are new on the Timeless Wines website, but this particular club has been around for a while. Over the years, many of our regular customers have requested a mixed case of wine be sent to them monthly. We gladly obliged and our private wine club was born…but now it is available to all!
This club will send you 12 bottles of wine each month. It consists primarily of red, however, during the spring you may find some Rose, summer may bring you some whites, and, of course, some Champagne in December. You will receive 4 different wines, 3 bottles of each. The price will vary each month, depending upon what we are sending out. However, we aim to keep the price between $250 and $300 with free shipping.
This club is focused toward wine connoisseurs that are looking to try some familiar regions, but also explore new varietals and regions from our 13 countries. All wines will be ready to drink, but capable of aging for a few more years as well.
As always, you can stop at any time and leave comments about each shipment to help us better select your wines.
We are now offering the opportunity to experience new wines each month with our 6 bottle Wine Club! We will ship you 3 different wines, 2 bottles each, all for about $150 a month! It will consist primarily of red, however, there will be some whites mixed in depending on the season.
This club is focused toward wine connoisseurs that are looking to try some familiar regions, but also explore new varietals and regions from our 13 countries. All wines will be ready to drink, but capable of aging for a few more years as well. As always, you can stop at any time and leave comments about each shipment to help us better select your wines.
Michael David Winery Gluttony Old Vine Zinfandel is made from 100 percent Zinfandel.
This region produces some of California’s biggest and burliest Zinfandels that pull no punches, all too fitting characteristics for this wine. The grapes for this wine come from a 5 acre, 90 year old dry farmed Zinfandel hilltop vineyard off Ridge Road in Amador County, near Sutter Creek. Farmer Jon Murrill oversees the vineyard and does much of the farming himself.
TASTING NOTES This burly Zin is worth the indulgence. Deep purple in color, our 2017 Gluttony Zinfandel opens with tempting notes of pomegranate, ripe berry and hickory on the nose. Bold and booming flavors of plum, boysenberry and spice stand out while the extended barrel aging and mild tannins lend to a lush, lingering finish.
Betz Family La Serenne Syrah is 100% Syrah
La Serenne is the most reflective of the site/vintage dynamic of our three single-site 2012 Syrahs. Lovers of this wine know that its source, the Boushey Vineyard, is the highest altitude of the three vineyards and is typically the latest harvested. This cool site was accentuated by the cooler season and the results reflect the seriousness of this vineyard and its care.
An extraordinary, nearly impenetrable black purple color leads to a concentrated, inky aromatic impression: smoky black cherry and wild blackberry dominate, but a litany of supporting aromas is already emerging: smoke, violet, mushroom, roasted meat, Chinese 5 spice and minerals. It has a full attack on entry and a big, rich mouthfeel that goes on and on.
The 2018 Syrah La Serenne comes from the Yakima Valley and is always a more gamey, complex, exotic Syrah than the Cote Rousse. All from the Boushey Vineyard and seeing 70% stems, its ruby/purple hue gives way to a great nose of blueberries, lavender, smoked game, and peppered meat. Blind, I'd have guess it was from the Rocks region in Walla Walla given it's gamey exotic, floral character. Beautiful on the palate as well, with medium to full body, building tannins, and plenty of fruit, it needs 2-3 years of bottle age and will cruise for over a decade.
-Jeb Dunnuck 94 Points