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Bertinelli Estates Wine Set 12-Bottle Variety

Bertinelli Estates Variety Set 12-Bottle Collection

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You know Valerie as a two-time Golden Globe Award-winning actress and for her love of cooking on her popular Food Network show, “Valerie’s Home Cooking”. She’s also been a long-time wine fan and wine maker! Her wines are all made in her own home style and are perfect for any family or friends get together or just to enjoy on their own. This set will please any wine lover. It includes four outstanding wines – 12 bottles in total. The white wines include a lovely, slightly-sweet Rosé, which is best served chilled, and a California Chardonnay which will remind you of sunshine in a bottle - it’s a classic food-lovers wine that is golden in color with bright fruit and a crisp clean finish. The red wines include a beautiful Sangiovese which will make you feel like you’re in Italy! The big bold Cabernet Sauvignon will make sure any meal is special. All four of these wines are incredibly smooth and are made in Valerie’s easy-going, approachable style which makes for perfect pairings with all of your favorite foods. Surprise your friends and family with these delicious wines - all with Valerie Bertinelli’s personal touch.

Collection Includes:

(3) 2017 Bertinelli Rose, California

(3) 2016 Bertinelli Chardonnay, California

(3) 2016 Bertinelli Sangiovese, California

(3) 2016 Bertinelli Cabernet Sauvignon, California

Details

Wine Type:
Mixed
Alcohol content:
13.5
Pack Size:
12
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5 out of 5 stars



It was the most incredible wine I had ever had and I am no spring chicken. There is nothing like the Sangiovese and there is nothing available anywhere like the rest of the wines. Valerie please make more...especially 'Sangiovese'.

Love, love, love. I'm a red wine drinker and absolutely love them, but my favorite was Sangiovese. You could eat anything with any one of the wines, but the Rosa was most versatile.