Treat yourself to something special over the festive period with 10% off award-winning Wine Club Honest Grapes’ Hannukah Mixed Case, cutting the price from £180.40 to £162.30. The headline acts here are the Falesco Marciliano and Montiano 2014s, Cabernet- and Merlot-based beauties with 93-points from the Wine Doctor that truly capture the muscular, fruity and full-bodied style of Umbria.
From organic kosher producers Botteotto come four gorgeous drinking wines, including a 90-point Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, that will take any festive feasting to the next level.
To order this lovely mixed case with fast and free delivery and see the full range of stunning kosher wines, head over to honestgrapes.co.uk/KosherJN
Falesco Marciliano Kosher, 2014:
”A blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Cabernet Franc that matures in barriques for 18 months. The wine has a dark, garnet color and a wrapping bouquet of fruit, blueberry and blackberry, vanilla and kirsch.”
93/100, Doctor Wine
Falesco Montiano Kosher, 2014:
“A lively and intense ruby color and a bouquet with notes of raspberry and framboise liqueur along with light scents of cacao, vanilla and Virginia tobacco.”
93/100, Doctor Wine
Valle Reale Botteotto Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Kosher, 2018:
“This has a very intense nose of primary fruit, including brambleberry and dark-cherry compote and raspberry coulis. Shows good composure and density on the palate with medium-chewy tannins and a tangy finish.”
90/100, James Suckling
Hanukkah Mixed Case
The headline acts here are the Falesco Marciliano and Montiano 2014s but to this group from organic kosher producers Botteotto come four gorgeous drinking wines, including a 90-point Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, that will take any festive feasting to the next level.
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