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The first release of the Obvious Wines Collection, the N°01 Dark & Bold is the most popular of the bunch. It’s a California take on the classic Bordeaux blend and the result is a fruit forward, medium body wine with a super smooth finish. This wine is sure to to please everyone, except maybe your wine snob friend!
The whole collection of Obvious Wines (6 wines).
Obvious Wines No.1 Dark & Bold Red Blend Paso Robles 750ml
Obvious Wines No.2 Bright & Crisp Loire Valley Sauvignon Blanc 750ml
Obvious Wines No.3 Light & Lively Central Valley Pinot Noir 750ml
Obvious Wines No.4 Rich & Oaky Central Coast Chardonnay 750ml
Obvious Wines No.5 French & Bubbly Cremant de Loire 750ml
Obvious Wines No.6 Simply Rose IGP Mediterranee 750ml
Champagne taste at half the price? Oui please! This limited production crémant (sparkling wine) is made in the Traditional Method, which is the same way Champagne is made (fermentation happens inside the bottle) creating finer bubbles. It’s definitely dry (extra brut) and also happens to be vegan. Try it and never look back!
Dry, light & easy Provence rosé at its best, grown with a sea view. Can’t go wrong with this one and we recommend enjoying it with friends on a warm afternoon, sitting by the pool or while prepping a meal!
Chardonnays have a bad rep…we get it. Most of them are butter bombs with too much oak and let’s face it, that’s not how most of us like our Chardonnays. The good news is we worked hard to make a really well balanced Chardonnay, with some oak (not too much) and nice acidity to complement it. Oaky Chardonnay drinkers love it (obviously) but most non-Chardonnay lovers are also pleasantly surprised by this one.
A light & dry Pinot from Chile with a splash of Tempranillo that adds a fun spicy touch! It’s delicious with a little chill on it and we also love that it’s made with organic & biodynamic grapes by heritage micro-growers. Very different from typical CA Pinots this will definitely please anyone who appreciates a dryer Pinot Noir with no oak!
As the name implies, this lovely Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley is quite simply very refreshing and well, crisp. It’s also a refreshing (pun intended) take on the classic Sauv Blanc from CA or New Zealand. We like to think of it as a more approachable Sancerre with a much friendlier price tag as well.