Dec 24 2009

Red Wine Club

Published by at 6:46 pm under Red Wine,Wine Blogs/Sites,Wine Clubs

Red wine has been a tradition among cultures for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. Over the recent years, studies have shown red wine can provide many health benefits to people. With this new information surfacing, more and more people are starting to consume moderate amounts of red vino. Red is great for social events as well or pairing it with your dinner as well, also if you are going to a dinner party, wine makes a great gift.

So whether you are a wine connoisseur, a person looking to expand their  knowledge, or are wanting to add vino to your diet for health reasons, a red wine club is a great idea!

My favorite club, the Zagat wine club, gives consumers the option to either choose red, white, or a mixed pack of vino.

If you haven’t bought the this deal in the past, you’re in luck. They have an extremely well-priced introductory offer which includes the following:

  • 12 Premium Bottles for only $69.99
  • A FREE cheese board and knife set (pictured below)
  • Red and/or Whites
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Free Binder with Tasting Notes

cheese-board-set Cheese Board and Knife Set

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If you want all red wines, make sure you select “Zagat Introductory All Reds Case – $69.99*” when signing up for the wine club to ensure you will be shipped only red wines.

Here is the picture of the tasting notes binder you get with your wine club membership:

Zagat tasting notes - Zagat wine club promo
Tasting Notes

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Here is a list of some of their red wines:

Next door to Napa’ Cabernet Discovery:

Forbes Creek Cabernet 2007, Lake County. Just north of Napa, with a Bordeaux-like climate, lies Lake County. Fertile ground for Napa estates looking to ‘beef up’ their own Cabs. Deep cassis, fine tannins, real class. 14.1% Vol. To 2012.

Classic Small Estate Bordeaux:

Château La Rose Tour Blanche 2007, Bordeaux. Every vino list needs a good Bordeaux. Tony Laithwaite has been tracking down small estate gems like this for 40 years. Juicy, vibrant and ready for a steak. 13% Vol. To 2011.

Velvet smooth Chilean Pinot Noir:

Gran Tarapacá Pinot Noir 2008, Casablanca. Silky, pure, exotic – a taste of why Pinot Noir inspires such devotion. Cool Casablanca is Chile’s fine wine center and Tarapacá one of the valley’s pioneer estates. 13% Vol. To 2011.

“A wine to buy by the carload …”

Villa Farnia 2008, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo … critic Robert Parker on the ‘93 vintage of this cherry-packed Italian gem. “Excellent length … a steal at the price” – his notes on the 2007. Rate the 2008 before him! 13% Vol. To 2011.

Click Here to Visit the Zagat Wine Website

wine of the month club

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