Provided by Lee’s Liquor

As we approach the season dedicated to change, it is only appropriate that our palate seeks a vibrant and cozy wine selection. New Zealand is renowned for its ever-growing regional popularity amongst wine enthusiasts, and we are certain that you will fall for these autumnal wines.
Kenny Lee

900 Grapes Pinot Noir Marlborough 2011900 Grapes Pinot Noir Marlborough 2011
Each bottle of this pinot contains 900 fantastic reasons to enjoy this wine. Sourced from the finest regions in New Zealand, 900 Grapes Winery is dedicated to the art of wine-making. Dark cherry and thyme are warmly cradled in a shawl of French Oak. Best savored with good conversation and perfect weather.
$15.99

Infamous Goose Sauvignon Blanc 2013Infamous Goose Sauvignon Blanc 2013
This Sauvignon Blanc is homage to the allegedly extinct moa, a giant flightless bird said to roam New Zealand way before humans appeared. Don’t be fooled by the name, this Sauvignon Blanc’s flavor has definitely not vanished! With notes of nectarine, peach and gooseberry this wine stands up to any shellfish, and if you enjoy enough you may even witness your own moa siting.
$11.99

The Crossings Sauvignon Blanc 2013The Crossings Sauvignon Blanc 2013
This wine is produced in the Awatere Valley, one of the finest viticultural regions of New Zealand. The grapes grow in the valley of the imposing peak of Mt. Tapuaenuku rising 10,000 feet above the valley. Prevalent notes of grapefruit with freshly cut grass, as well as dried herbs and passion fruit.
$11.99

The Ned Sauvignon Blanc 2012The Ned Sauvignon Blanc 2012
Perfect for warm days and cool nights, this Sauvignon Blanc is made in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, with carefully selected yeast strains. Fresh with minerality, crushed passion fruit, with an undertone of musky fragrance. Pair with your favorite citrus zested white fish al fresco.
$11.99

Oyster Bay Pinot Noir 2012Oyster Bay Pinot Noir 2012
Oyster Bay is an elegant cool climate pinot at its absolute finest. Rich aromas of cherries, and plums surround your palate, as you enjoy the lingering flavor of this New Zealand gem. Made in the traditional winemaking technique, the grapes are grown in optimum soil, then carefully selected to mature in French Oak. Gentle, subtle and seductive.
$15.99

Kim Crawford Sauvignon BlancKim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc
An innovative leader in the wine industry, as one of the first to introduce the screw-cap, Kim Crawford does not disappoint. In a world flooded in oak aged chardonnay, Kim Crawford throws a life raft of clean, crisp, fresh Sauvignon Blanc. Citrus and tropical fruit with juicy sweetness is first, followed by a zesty lingering of squeezed limes. Complex and stunning, it is no question this award-winning Sauvignon Blanc steals hearts and minds.
$11.99

Sponsored by Lee’s Discount Liquor, with 17 locations in Southern Nevada (including one in Mesquite, Nev.). For locations, hours and more information, visit leesliquorlv.com

NO COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY