Our mini bottles are ideal for sharing with friends or bringing along to a picnic or party. With their convenient size, you can take your love of wine anywhere. Each bottle is crafted with the same attention to detail and flavor as a full-sized bottle, ensuring that you get the same great taste just in a smaller package.
Big, bold, and full of flavor—exactly what you’d expect an Italian wine to be! This classic Italian grape produces some of Italy’s most straightforward red wines and is often used as a blending grape. Not here, though. We let Montepulciano do the heavy lifting as a heavy red wine and shine on its own. If you enjoy the smell of leather bound books, nibbling on dried fruit, and complementary notes of bitter, dark chocolate and sweet plums, you will love this Italian wine.
If smooth, fruit-forward, light-bodied reds appeal to your tastebuds, this could be your new favorite. The grape itself is tricky; depending on the climate of where its grown, Grenache wines could be light, dense, or somewhere in the middle. La Pluma’s version has all the airiness and flavor notes we wanted in our Grenache, which is how we know you’ll love it. Get the most of this red by pairing it with roasted meats, spice-heavy vegetables, and Mexican-inspired dishes with lots of cumin.
Looking for a wine that packs a punch?
Zins are grown worldwide but you’ll find some of the tastiest right here in California. Not as bold as a Cab, not as light as a Pinot Noir, it is right in the middle.
Pinot Noir is likable, it’s easy, and its natural state of being is simply charming. It’s an incredibly easy red wine to love, which is why so many people do. The grape itself is from the Burgundy region of France, but has made its way to California, Oregon, Australia, Italy, Argentina, and Germany since. Our Pinot Noir has no surprise twists—it’s a classic light red with just the right amount of sweetness to keep you coming back for another glass (or two).
She’s a mix of all the best Mediterranean grapes: Barbera, Sangiovese, and Tempranillo with a splash of Mourvèdre and a few others. They’re all hanging out, having one big, juicy, delicious party!
Coming from a region most famous for Rose, this red wine cousin is a delightfully light, fruit, herbaceous treat. Often compared to the flavor of "garrigue", a French blend of aromatic herbs like rosemary, lavender, and thyme.