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What’s the Big Woop?

Posted by Tom Gable Posted on Oct - 20 - 2011

Big Woop RedDear Enotecans,

What’s the Big Woop?!  Why it’s a bottle of wine of course!  In fact, there are two, a Big Woop Red, and a Big Woop White, both with their own unique flavor benefits.  They call it BIG because it is BIG – a full 1 LITER bottle of wine, which gives you 33% more per bottle than the standard size, and it’s priced just right.

Red WineBig Woop Red is a blend of grenache, shiraz, and petite verdot in a 1 liter bottle. A bang for your buck that doesn’t disappoint. What’s the flavor factor you ask? Well, the nose is unexpected, pencil shavings, wet cedar, leather and red fruit. What’s going on with cheap wine, all these aromas used to be the exclusive right of the expensive stuff. The mouth feel is very full, a bit of an explosion of taste. The flavor is ripe dark fruit with a dose of the Shiraz spice at the end. Nice long finish of raspberries and black tea leaf.

White WineBig Woop White; A nice, lively blend of Chardonnay, Viognier and Pinot Gris that shows perfumed notes of orange blossom in the nose, some fleshy stone fruit flavors on the palate, and well-balanced acidity to finish up. It’s a crisp and refreshing BIG WOOP!

“The Big Woop Wines. You don’t expect a whole bunch from something called Big Woop, but these wines delivers beyond expectations.”

Great little wines in a not so little package!

The red and white are priced the same, and here you go:

[Member: $8.09 / Retail: $8.99 / Case of 9 Each: $7.64]

They come in an unusual square case of 9, so we’re offering the case discount on 9 instead of 12 for this offer.

Availability: We have some IN STOCK, but we can order more if we run out.  Place your order for the maximum you’re willing to buy and we’ll do our best to fill it.

Categories: Fine Wine

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