• What's in the BOX? 


    Backhouse Pinot Noir (California): Ruby red in color with ripe cherry and berry flavors. Soft and elegant, this wine can be enjoyed with wild game dishes and roast meats.

    Heavyweight Pinot Noir (California): Ripe fruit flavors dominate this full-bodied but soft-textured wine as it goes from mulled cherry aromas to baked blueberry flavors wrapped in mild tannins and barely a trace of acidity. While not sugar-sweet it has a dessert-like quality.

    Protocolo Tinto (Spain): Plenty of spicy red berries on the nose, very characteristic of Tempranillo. Medium bodied, with a good tannic and acidic equilibrium finishing with notes of raspberry, vanilla and hints of oak.

    Don Ramon Tinto (Spain): Ruby dark garnet in color, with an effusive creamy cherry cough drop and aquarium nose; flavors turn more toward deeper, darker black cherry and raspberry on a medium to medium full bodied frame, with moderate tannins and balanced acidity.

    Bodini Malbec (Spain): Aromas of dark, ripe bing cherries and toasty caramel. Full and fleshy in the mouth with loads of ripe and spicy red and black fruits. Firm tannins and great structure for such a drinkable wine with a long, persistent finish that continues to dance on your tongue long after the first sip.

    Finca La Linda Malbec (Argentina): Intense purple colour red wine with distinct aromas of cherries and spices, very typical from this variety. It is perceived in the mouth with a marked fruit intensity and a smooth texture that envelopes the palate.

    Oxford Landing Merlot (Australia): A succulent and fruity Merlot. With brilliant crimson purple hues, it displays aromas of raspberry and red jubes and hints of fruit pastille and spice. Soft, velvety tannins linger on the palate, which starts with generous plums and raspberries and finishes with red berry fruit and spice flavours.

    Hayes Ranch Merlot (California): California Merlots tend to more fruit-forward, with lots of raspberry and blackberry cut with strong mocha and chocolate notes. The tannin tends to be softer in warm climates. Merlot is known for producing an inky, purple juice that varies hugely in complexity depending on the process used to make it.

    Finca La Linda Cabernet (Argentina): Crimson color with black hints, and aromas of blackberries, black pepper and mulberries. In the mouth it is persistent, intense and spiced, with young tannins as a result of ageing 3 months in French and American oak casks.

    Bogle Cabernet (California): Deeply extracted cherry and bright cassis arrest the senses, holding captive on both the nose and the palate. Swiftly followed by red currant jam and black pepper, the supple mouthfeel fills out this full-bodied wine.



    Proa Cava (Spain): Flavors of crisp green apple and ripe pears, aromas of spring flowers, pinpoint bubbles, and a wonderful dry finish.

    Mistinguett Brut Rosé (Spain): Rounded and sensuous on the palate, very feminine. Feels fresh, bright and lively in the mouth. Leaves pleasant fruit sensations in the finish. Recommended for drinking on its own at any time, as a aperitif and with all kinds of food.

    Casal Garcia Rosé (Spain): Fruit forward wine enhanced by notes of raspberries and strawberries. Well balanced with a nice acidity which characterizes this wine with a great freshness, a solid structure and a harmonious final with a soft persistence.

    La Galope Rosé (France): A pale pink and wonderfully fresh Rosé with succulent red berry flavors, a lively, fruity palate and lingering finish. Pair with tapas, mixes salads and a really big glass.

    Fairvalley Sauvignon Blanc (South Africa): Delicate aromas of green fig and fresh cut grass. Crisp acidity and citrus flavours are accompanied by tropical notes and a long finish.

    Line 39 Sauvignon Blanc (California): Opens with vibrant aromas of grapefruit and lemon with subtle grassy characters and a crisp clean finish. This wineis a fine accompaniment to shellfish or on its own after a long day.

    Hayes Ranch Pinot Grigio (California): Aromas and flavors of green apple and lime, complemented by a hint of mineral to create a crisp and classic white wine.

    Italico Pinot Grigio (Italy): The colour is pale yellow straw with gold tinges. The bouquet offers notes of white fresh fruits as jasmine. On the palate it results fresh, elegant and well balanced with pleasant aftertaste.

    Backhouse Chardonnay (California): A classic California Chardonnay, with a reductive, buttery aroma. This is big, opulent, with nice acidity and tropical fruit notes.



    Backhouse Pinot Noir (California)

    Don Ramon Tinto (Spain)

    Bodini Malbec (Spain)

    Oxford Landing Merlot (Australia)

    Bogle Cabernet (California)

    Proa Cava (Spain)

    Mistinguett Brut Rosé (Spain)

    Casal Garcia Rosé (Spain)

    Fairvalley Sauvignon Blanc (South Africa)

    Line 39 Sauvignon Blanc (California)

    Hayes Ranch Pinot Grigio (California)

    Backhouse Chardonnay (California)

    Noda Otter Wine Club BOX (12 bottles)


    Choose between our 3 BOX varieties REDS, WHITES or MIX. Each BOX has a set wine list, wines can not be substituted. WINE BOX orders throughout the week and/or placed by noon Thrusday can be picked up the following Friday after 2PM. Due to limited space we kindly ask that you pick up your WINE BOX by the Sunday following your order date. Thank you.

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