Crowd Pleaser Set (5 X 750 ML)

One bottle each: 2016 Blanc de Blancs, 2010 J. Schram, 2017 Davies "Hyde Vineyards" Pinot Noir, 2016 J. Davies Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, and 2015 Crémant Demi-sec. Variety is the key to a successful party, ensuring that each guest has something that they will enjoy. This set has it all, taking your event from start to finish.

Tasting notes

The 2016 Blanc de Blancs has bright aromas of ripe green apple, Bosc pear, sweet spice and buttered brioche, which intermingle with hints of fresh ginger, stone fruit and coriander. Honeycrisp apple, grilled lemon, and orange peel bring fruitful notes to the mid-palate, ending with a clean crisp acidity that's punctuated with caramelized and tropical flavors."

"The 2010 J. Schram opens with bright aromas of green apple, grilled pineapple and candied ginger, followed by nuances of lemon bar, graham cracker and nutmeg. The elegant palate features fruitful elements of apple, pear, Meyer lemon and sweet lime, layered with cinnamon spice and a pleasing finish driven by fresh fruitful acidity."

"The 2016 Davies 'Hyde Vineyards' Pinot Noir emits beautiful aromas of red cherry, baked strawberry and vanilla, combined with a touch of cinnamon and cocoa powder. On a backbone of supple tannins, the lush midpalate extends with flavors of cherry compote, caramel and graham cracker."

"The 2016 J. Davies Estate Cabernet Sauvignon opens with rich aromas of red raspberry and red plum, accentuated by undertones of cocoa powder and cola spice. Supple tannins anchor the wines well-structured palate, where a concentrated entry of baked strawberry and blackberry leads to a juicy acidity and lengthy finish."

"The 2015 Crémant has developed aromas of pineapple, peach, glazed orange and citrus peel, complemented by hints of toasted brioche and honey. The flavors are bright and refreshing on entry with layers of apricot, mango and guava, balanced by cinnamon. The palate exhibits bright fruit on entry with a delicious balance of sweetness and acidity.
- Winemakers Sean Thompson and Hugh Davies