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Cyber Monday Special!

For Cyber Monday we’re offering our Entertaining Curated Collection two ways- as a three bottle set and a six bottle set. Both sets offer a selection of wines that are perfect for holiday entertaining and will keep you well-stocked for any parties, out of town guests, and impromptu get-togethers. With Well Produced, our collections are delivered right to your door, making this holiday season a breeze!

Take 20% off with code CYBER, and an additional 10% off when you buy six bottles, or 15% when you buy 12! Code valid through midnight on Tuesday, December 1.

Merry & Bright Sparkling Collection

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La Mesma Gavi Frizzante Le Bolle

The Le Bolle is an ideal sparkling for the cooler winter climate and can bring warmth and class to any gathering. This delicious wine is produced by the charming sisters, Paola, Francesca, and Anna Rosina. They love this wine and so will you!

Villa Rosa Moscato D’Asti

Light, sparkling, and fresh! Keep a few bottles of Villa Rosa Moscato D’Asti chilled and ready to go! Made from 100% Moscato grapes, grown on the southern slopes of the southernmost area of the Piedmont region, then harvested by hand in the fresh morning air in early September; one sip, then a smile, this sparkling will keep your spirits bright!

La Ardilla Moscato de Valencia

La Ardilla hails from the Valencia region of Spain, but it is a favorite here in the States. Our family, friends and customers have been known to make this their house sparkling after trying it at our recommendation. We have a feeling you’ll want to do the same!

Good Tidings Collection

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La Mesma Gavi Frizzante Le Bolle

Villa Rosa Moscato D’Asti

2014 Gilbert Cellars Rosé of Mourvedre and Grenache

Some might question my sanity for recommending a rosé for our holiday season collection, but I will let you in on the wine-insider scoop: a well-produced rosé is a perfect wine for any season, with almost all cuisines- especially during entertaining season! Pull out the fondue recipe you have been dying to try and add it to the table with a selection of artisanal breads, fruits, vegetables, pickles, and charcuterie, and let these rosés highlight your aprés-ski gathering, without fear of staining your sweater!

2014 Hugl Weine Zweigelt Rosé

The Zweigelt grape is truly a modern varietal that makes a perfect modern wine. When it comes to wine everyone seems to think older is better, but I disagree. This fresh vibrant rosé brings its modern sensibility to the party and charms everyone all night long. Paired with a warm creamy potato or pasta dish, the Hugl Weine Zweigelt Rosé from Austria is an ideal choice! Pour chilled, and with confidence. 

2012 Eisold Smith Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

We had the delightful opportunity to meet up with the husband & wife team that make up Eisold Smith. We opened bottles, discussed their vision, and got acquainted with Larn & Adam Eisold Smith. What we discovered was a full selection of wines that we at Well Produced Food & Wine love, including their Willamette Valley Pinot noir! Integrated, balanced, lush, and vibrant! 

2010 Brittan Vineyards Syrah

Brittan Vineyards make their wines from premium quality fruit grown on their vineyard outside McMinnville, Oregon in the McMinnville AVA. Rich, dense and layered, this Syrah embodies classic flavors brought forth by employing classic techniques, and shuns the hot syrupy style so prevalent in today’s wine market. Brittan Vineyards Syrah favors a cool, smooth, and unforgettable profile. I highly recommend you serve it with something slow-roasted and succulent, on a table set with your best china.

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Aidan O'Leary

As the Well Produced food contributor, she tries to focus on seasonal dishes that span the entire spectrum from clean eating to comfort food. She loves peonies, ponies, and paper (of the hand made variety).

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