May Monthly Specials

Posted by on May 5, 2012 in Blog, Wine Blog | 0 comments

Lost Angel Wines
Sonoma, California

Lost Angel is offering to donate $1/bottle for every bottle of wine sold during the entire month of May. All of the money raised during the month will target the Angels for Animal Fund at Nevins Farm. This special fund provides medical care for injured and sick animals while they await adoption at Nevins Farm. So come in and purchase a bottle or 2, or 3 and let’s all make some more money for Nevins.

“You spent the last eight hours in a tiny cubical shackled to an obsolete computer writing reports intended to justify your existence. Your boss calls you competent. Your co-workers call you pleasant. You’ve reached a crossroad in your life. You can either continue to wear that “kick me” sign taped to your back or you can rub on those fake tattoos, mount that vintage Harley and join the Lost Angel revolution. Lost Angel’s wines are for people who appreciate bold, edgy and iconoclastic. They are as different and exciting as you’d like to be. As the old saying goes, if you only live once, make it count. If you live more than once, then who the hell cares?”

Regular Price: $12.99        Sale Price:  $11.99

Chardonnay
Forget the heavy oak and butter – we want to be able to taste rockin’ fruit! Our Chardonnay is full of ripe apple and luscious peach flavors. Serve it chilled on a hot summer day.

Ruckus
Time to buck tradition and create a Ruckus! With a blend of Viognier, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Grenache Blanc, Roussanne and Chardonnay, you end up with the perfect rebel wine.

Moscato
At first you might think the Moscato is a total sweetie, but it has enough acidity to keep you on your toes. Full of floral aromas and flavors of orange peel, violets and honey.

Cabernet Sauvignon
The Cabernet Sauvignon may be the most serious of their wines, but there’s no way it’s dull. Dusty black cherry and licorice aromas make way for rich, concentrated fruit flavors and smooth oak tannins.

Mischief
The name says it all. A blend of Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Syrah, Petite Verdot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Maybe we shouldn’t have done it, but it was a lot of fun and we’re glad we did. Fruit forward with black cherries, dried plums and raspberries.

Pinot Noir
The Pinot is silky and smooth, the perfect “naughty” wine. It’s full of red fruit, complimented by aromas of brown sugar and spice.

 

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