The Perfect Case

It’s no secret that wine can be an important component of meals, events, special occasions and everyday life in general. Every wine is unique and serves a different purpose. You can have a wine that is perfect for warm weather, your weekend barbeque, an aperitif, or a weeknight at home.

It can be a daunting and time consuming task to create a case of wine that covers a lot of bases with each bottle, and with summer parties and picnics on the horizon, who has time to spare?

Have no fear! It’s Oliver’s to the rescue. We’ve gone through our 20 featured wines in the Third Quarter edition of the Tasting Times and carefully selected 12 perfect bottles for you. With a nice, seasonally appropriate mix of bubbles, whites, rosé and reds, no matter what wine selection challenge you’re faced with, you’ll always have the perfect bottle of wine.

We’re so sure this case is the perfect selection of wines that we’re offering a 15% discount on it, instead of the standard 10%. The case is already pre-packed, so all you have to do is visit any of our four locations and ask one of our knowledgeable and friendly Wine Specialists for The Perfect Case.

Take a look at what we have packed up for you:

A Wine That is Perfect…

As an Aperitif

2014 Domaine du Tremblay Quincy – $17.99

The light, crisp notes of lemongrass and mineral balanced with a nice level of acidity make this dry, white wine an excellent choice for your pre-meal wine.


For Your Weekend Barbeque

2014 Bodegas Caro Aruma Malbec – $12.99

Medium to full bodied without being overblown, the combination of dark fruits and earthy/spiciness make this Malbec an excellent go-to for your weekend barbeque.


For Sipping on the Patio

2015 M. Chapoutier “Belleruche” Cotes du Rhone Rosé – $12.99

The bright, crisp flavors of strawberry and white cherry make this refreshing wine one to sip on the patio on a warm summer evening.


For Lighter Fare

2014 Cyprus Sauvignon Blanc – $12.99

Elements of melon, lime, kiwi and gooseberry with bright acidity make this a great wine to pair with lighter fare. Think fresh green and pasta salads.


For Hearty Italian Fare

2013 Casadei Sogno Mediterraneo Red Blend – $17.99

The ripe fruit flavors of blackberry combined with black pepper and cured meat make this perfect for hearty Italian fare. Pair with pasta Bolognese or a roasted rack of lamb.


For a Weeknight Red

2013 Haraszthy Zinfandel – $12.99

The bold, yet balanced flavors of this fruit-forward Zinfandel make it the perfect choice for a weeknight red. Pairs with everything from burgers to pasta or a relaxing night at home.


For a Celebration

NV Baracchi Brut Trebbiano – $26.99

A bottle of bubbles is a must have for any celebration. From weddings to graduations and everything else, take your celebration up a notch with this unique bottling.


With Chicken Salad

2015 Enotria Moscato – $9.89

What makes this match work are the Yin of the slightly salty curried chicken and the Yang of the sweet from the grapes and golden raisins.


For Sonoma Cuisine

2013 Ektimo Pinot Noir – $14.99

Sonoma Cuisine can be a wide variety of dishes including seasonal vegetables, seafood, chicken, duck and pork. The fruity and earthy components of this wine are a match for it all.


For Juicy Steaks

2014 Bench Cabernet Sauvignon – $17.99

The bold flavors of your steak, coming from the meat, smoke, marinade or seasoning call out for a full-bodied red with robust fruit flavors and a nice tannin structure.


For Asian Fare

2014 Kung Fu Girl Riesling – $10.99

The bright, zingy flavors of Riesling are an ideal match for Asian cuisine. It gracefully compliments the spiciness and sweetness found in most dishes.


For Multi-Purpose Needs – A Wine Swiss Army Knife

2012 Columbia Crest H3 Les Chevaux Red Blend – $10.99

Whether you’re serving burgers, steak, lamb, a hearty stew, blue cheese; or sitting by the campfire, fireplace or on the couch this wine has got you covered.

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