There’s no better excuse to partake than during the holidays, and First Cellars is enabling us to do that with their Christmas Sale. It’s a curated list of sparkling, white, rosé, and red wines, together with some spirits, which you can save up to 60 percent off the normal retail price. Here’s a look at four bottles that will up the festivities at any party, then scan the QR code below to check out the entire list.
Botter Brut Prosecco DOC NV
A party isn’t complete without bubbly, and this prosecco brings the finesse of champagne at a fraction of the price. From Venetian winery Botter, the wine has a delicate nose of peach, green apple, and lilac, and drinks refreshingly with smooth bubbles. A lingering finish leaves you longing for more.
Peter Yealands Sauvignon Blanc 2017
This Marlborough sauvignon blanc represents the best qualities of the region’s legendary white wine. The nose ripples with passionfruit, guava, and fresh herbs, and the palate zings of fruit with a long, crisp mineral finish. Made sustainably.
Canepa “Famiglia” Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Canepa is a Chilean winery in The Central Valley. They have been planting vineyards since 1930, and this vintage of their cabernet sauvignon has aromas of bright cherry, blackcurrant, and toasted oak. Ripe fruits carry over in the taste, and silky tannins gives the wine an elegant poise.
Glenmorangie The Original
Despite its controversial redesign a few years ago, this storied 10-year-old scotch from the Highland has only gotten better. On the nose: lemon, honey, and apricots, with a hint of toffee and vanilla. The taste is gentle with tingling spicy notes, and the finish is whistle-clean.
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About First Cellars
When the founders of First Cellars came to China, they realized that the wine market was saturated with low-quality, high-priced alcohol only and decided to do something about it, establishing a company with the mission to offer low-priced, high-quality wine that delivers anywhere in China. Their number one rule? If they would not spend their own money on it, they don’t sell it. Head on over to their website to check out what they have in store for you.