Introducing the chicest way to have the world’s best wines delivered to your home or office every month.
Gosling’s may be well-known for their trademarked cocktails and spunky seal but their wines are worthy of just as much praise and pageantry. As part of Gosling’s Wine Club, local sommeliers will source the world’s best wines from the most incredible regions just for you. And each month, subscribers will receive their wine box delivered to their home or office.
This month’s focus is on their fabulous Organic & Bio Dynamic Selection!
What is an organic wine?
Organic wine is made from grapes grown in accordance with principles of organic farming, which typically excludes the use of artificial chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides and herbicides. This simply means no harmful chemicals were used in the making of these incredible wines! Organic wine is also better for the environment, so really, what’s not to love?
What do you receive in your Organic & Bio Dynamic package?
In this selection each month you will receive 2 bottles of organic wine, which continues for a period of 3 months, so 6 bottles in total. One of the brands featured is Bonterra Wine, whose wines are organically farmed and masterfully crafted. Bonterra is based in California, and strives to create wines completely in tune and inspired by nature. Be on the look out for Bonterra in your next wine club delivery!
How much does the Organic & Bio Dynamic selection cost?
For 6 bottles, the total is $210. This breaks down to approximately $35 a bottle.
What are the benefits of subscribing?
Gosling’s Wine Club is for everyone who loves good wine! Specifically though, it’s a great service for those who enjoy wine and who’d love to venture outside of their ordinary blend to discover something new but don’t know where to begin. The professionals at Gosling’s Wine Club take into account your preference (white, red or rose) and hand-select wines from around the world they think you’ll love. Your only job is to sip and enjoy.
Subscribers to Gosling’s Wine Club also receive an additional 10% discount on wines and spirits from Gosling’s stores.
How much does it cost?
There are three differently priced tiers you can choose from, each with varying different price points. Tier 1 includes 2 bottles for $40 or 4 bottles for $65; Tier 2 includes 2 bottles for $75 or 4 bottles for $135; Tier 3 includes 2 bottles for $100 or 4 bottles for $185.
How to I sign-up?
Signing up is easy! Visit www.goslingswineclub.com and simply create and account, choose which Tier you’d like, input your payment and delivery information, and that’s it! You’ll receive a confirmation email from Gosling’s Wine Club letting you know that your subscription is active. Hit the “Join Now” button below to sign-up!
What’s Included in the Wine Subscription?
Treat yourself or someone special to great taste month after month by joining Gosling’s Wine Club. With the choice of 2-4 different bottles of internationally selected wines with a choice of all red, all white or mixed. Each month brings a new winery and a new wine adventure!
Examples of what each tier includes:
Tier 1: Villages
Featuring wines fit for a casual dinner party or bottle shared amongst friends, the Villages Tier is the perfect gift for someone you love. The average wine price for the Village Tier is approximately $20.00.
Frescobaldi Pomino Blanco 2017
Pomino Bianco is a straw-yellow wine with brilliant highlights. To the nose it has both a flowery (Scotch broom) and a fruited aroma (sweet Williams pear, fragrant lemon). When tasted, Pomino Bianco demonstrates a perfect balance of alcoholic content and freshness. The wine has an excellent, persistent finish and a pleasant aromatic aftertaste. A fine wine for aperitifs, vegetarian antipasti, or large fish, such as salmon.
Henry Fessy Beaujolais-Villages Vieilles Vignes 2017
The Beaujolais-Villages 2017 has a lovely ruby color. The nose is radiant with aromas of red and black fruits, and hints of spices. The mouth is well balanced with fresh fruit notes. Very pleasant wine, with smooth tannins. Wild game, meat dishes with sauces, roasts, charcuterie and cheese.
Tier 2: Premier Cru
For adventurous wine lovers who want a world-tour for their palate. Each delivery brings with it a different country and a new winery, some with histories dating back hundreds of years. Premier Cru is synonymous with the “First Growth” making the wine fall under this classification some of the best of the best. Average wine price for the Premier Cru is approximately $35.00
Heitz Cellar Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Layers of white peach and crisp citrus come together on the palate with the polished exuberance of a dazzling summer day. Refreshing acidity keeps the wine focused and a tiny zing of pineapple adds to the satisfying finish. An excellent choice with a bowl of steamed clams.
Chateau Le Coteau Margaux 2012
It offers aromas of dark cherries, roasted plum, spices, tobacco and a touch of grilled herbs all coming together in the glass. This medium to full-bodied red possesses a lush, velvety texture and remains nicely balanced leading up to the finish. Enjoy with a venison burger or Filet Mignon
Tier 3: Grand Cru
For the wine connoisseur, this wine club level is the one to choose when only the very best will do. A selection of carefully curated, authentically crafted, artisan wines. To deserve the title of a Grand Cru wine there must be a harmonious combination of several important elements. The Depths of the roots and age of vines define the intensity of the taste and body of the wine itself. Average wine price for the Grand Cru Tier is approximately $50.00
Perrier Jouet Blason Rose
Fulfilling the promise of its alluring appearance, Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé unleashes intense aromas of ripe red and black fruit – strawberry, raspberry and blackberry – complemented by a hint of exotic pomegranate. Lush and lively on the palate, it lingers into a full, generous finish. Ideal pairings are bluefin tuna, lychee fruits and red tomatoes.
Marques de Caceres Gaudium 2012
Saturated berry, cassis and black-plum aromas are densely packed onto the nose of this tightly built iron-fisted Rioja. Berry, plum and cassis flavors are lightly toasted and spicy, while this is juicy and bold on the finish. Pairs well with beef, lamb, veal or poultry.
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