Kickoff Summer with Zins and Rosés in our WINE TO GO 3 Packs at Malloy's Finest Lisle! Explore the varied origins of these Zinfandels and Rosés.
Our Rosé 3 Pack starts with Dry Sangiovese Rosé from Ferrari-Carano. This unusual rosé from the principal grape of Chianti, pops with fresh flavors of red cherries and strawberries supported by a lip-smacking dry finish. Pair this with prosciutto, melon and your favorite Italian cheeses. Next, we go to Greece for Oenops Apla, a blend of Xinomavro, Limniona and Mavroudi. Power, elegance, red fruit and discreet botanical notes are especially satisfying with your favorite Mediterranean dishes. Who knew a Greek rosé could be so complex and enjoyable? We finish with Puech-Haut Argali in a unique frosted bottle. With fresh flavors of red fruit and white peach, this beautifully textured wine bridges the gap between lighter Provencal efforts and richer Tavel styles. Enjoy with the myriad of flavors in a Salad Nicoise. Incredible Rosé variety for only $42 after 15% discount.
Our ZINFANDEL 3 Pack features wines that have been Top 100 winners and have consistent ratings of 90pts or more. We start with Dry Creek Vineyards Heritage Vines Zinfandel. This is classic Sonoma Zin with brambly flavors of red and black raspberry and a long tangy finish. A perfect partner with BBQ pulled pork. Carol Shelton's Wild Thing, comes from cooler Mendocino. Its big and balanced flavors of wild berries and toasty spice are fresh and snappy paired with finger lickin' BBQ ribs. We finish in Amador County, home to one of America's original styles of Zinfandel. The Easton is rich and ripe with flavors of briary blackberries, plums and black pepper. Aged 6 years before release to round out its flavors, it's our pick to enjoy with BBQ brisket and pit beans. Award winning Zinfandels for only $51 after 15% discount.
These wines will be music for your palate. Call today (630-271-0707) to reserve your WINE TO GO and arrange a curbside or in-person pickup. Remember, Summer fun starts with wine from Malloy's Finest Lisle!