CASE OF THE MONTH

BIN 104 CASE OF THE MONTH
Every month,
Bin 104 carefully select wines from all over the world of particular merit and value.
We call this the “Value Case of the Month”.

The Value Case will consist of wines chosen
for their quality to cost ratio and their immediate enjoyment.
ThIs case is offered about a 15% Discount
Please, no substitutions.
Due to supplychain issues the value case may vary from time to time in the course of the month offered
 
BIN 104 AUGUST VALUE CASE OF THE MONTH
AUGUST Value Case of the Month
Vino de Eyzaguirre Cabernet Sauvignon, 2017
Colchagua Valley, Chile.:
“A great value! This 100% cabernet sauvignon from valley vineyards.
Red and black fruits, a hint of spice and a nice dry finish.
The palate is medium bodied and very smooth.”

2018 Chop Shop Cabernet Sauvignon
California
Chop Shop is a California Cabernet Sauvignon that's ready to be enjoyed 
any night of the week. This crowd-pleasing style results 
from picking perfectly ripe grapes and aging them in French and American oak, 
30% of which is new, lending structure to the final wine. 
This is a bold, juicy Cabernet Sauvignon, and what’s in the bottle is approachable, 
with a fruit-forward personality that pairs well with your favourite red meats.
 (Works great with veggie burgers as well!)

Domaine De La Potardiere, 2019
Cabernet Franc
Loire, France
Ruby red in colour.
The nose is vibrant and fresh with a black cherry, blackberry and cedar profile.
The palate is medium bodied and soft with an understated black fruit backbone.
This is not a blockbuster but would make an excellent accompaniment to any meal.
Try with braised pork shoulder and roasted root vegetables

2019 Casa Silva Coleccion Sauvignon Blanc
Colchagua Valley, Rapel Valley, Chile
Aromas of fresh apricot and mango, subtle honey backbone on the palate.
Hotter climate stone and tropical fruits on the nose and the palate.
Medium to high acidity.

Animus Vinho Verde 2019
Vinho Verde DOC, Portugal
This wine is light, fresh and delicious, get ready to be surprised.
Fruited aroma with hints of lime, melon and green apple.
Refreshing fizz with a touch of sweetness that matches perfectly the natural acidity of the young wine.
Have this with sunny days on picnic with grilled fish, shellfish and chicken.

La Reserve Bastide Saint Dominque 2018
Mediterranee IGP, France
50% Syrah, 50% Merlot
Dark purplish colour.
Intense nose of black currant, and red berries with light floral notes.
Velvet sensation on the palate, nicely balanced for a pleasant meal.
Terrine of pheasant, or roasted rabbit, Marinated chicken with salad

Domaine Ouled Thaleb Imperial 2018
Casablanca Region, Morocco
Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache
A Moroccan red wine starring Cabernet Sauvignon.
Aromas of dark fruit and black pepper, combined with notes of wood aging,
such as coffee and vanilla.
 Delicious with spicy lamb from the tagine.
 Also delicious with t-bone steak with baked potatoes.

Crios Malbec Susan Balabo 2018
Mendoza, Argentina
The spectacular 2018 Críos Malbec is aromatic, floral and expressive,
varietal and clean, with structure and fine tannins, with nice balance.
It's velvety and juicy, with very focused flavours and a long finish. It's among the best
Críos I remember. Great value too.
Score - 91. (Luis Gutiérrez, robertparker.com, Oct. 31, 2019)

Cantine Casabella Gutturnio 2018
Veneto, Italy
Blend of Barbera and Croatina grapes.
Brilliant ruby ​​red colour. Intense, vinous bouquet with notes of red fruits
and light nuances of vanilla and licorice. 
Soft, medium-bodied, savory and elegantly balanced flavour. 
Ideal with main courses based on red meats, roasts and braised meat. 
Also excellent on its own and with aperitifs based on cured meats and cheeses.

Cote De Brouilly 2015
Beaujolais, Burgundy France
Gamay
Biodynamic, Sustainable, Vegan-Friendly
Stéphane Aviron can be considered a pioneer is his approach to winemaking in Beaujolais,
however he would just tell you that he’s simply returning to the traditional practices
that have always made fantastic Gamay wines.
Sustainable viticulture, extremely old vines and classic Burgundian techniques.
The appellation of Côte de Brouilly sits on the high slopes of the extinct volcano Mont Brouilly
and is surrounded by the larger appellation of Brouilly. 
This wine has Finesse, elegance it shows loads of rich red and dark berry fruit, spice notes,
 and a very good concentration. It has a soft texture with a touch of spice.
We recommend to pair Aviron's Côtes de Brouilly with mushroom risotto, rabbit or cheese.

Tilia Bonarda 2019
Mendoza, Argentina
Bonarda
Winemakers Notes:  Ripe dark fruit aromas with hints of violet and anise give way to a juicy
wine with black raspberry and black plum flavours along with notes of black pepper. 
The finish is soft with velvety tannins
Pair this wine with the strong flavours of game or the earthy flavours of mushrooms
or with both in a dish like Braised Venison with Cremini Mushrooms.

Piteira DOC Tinto 2018
Alentejo, Portugal
With the surname of the winemaker José Piteira,
this is the main line of the producer Amareleza Vinhos,
aimed at superior quality wines, made with the region's traditional grape varieties
and whose personality allows them to be DOC Alentejo.
Piteira is a wine with an intense and bright ruby ​​colour. 
Aromatic, balanced and distinguished wine. 
It has personality, with good fruit in the aroma,
associated with excellent structure and sobriety.
Pairing: pasta with meat, Kebabs, Stew with vegetables, Roast Beef,
Sausages and cold cuts, Pizza with sausages,
Semi-cured cheeses, Barbecued barbecue, Baked potatoes with cream,
Steak, Cannelloni and Pork Rib

VALUE CASE OF THE MONTH PRICE: $199.95