Mixed Sampler Case – by Noble Estates

Noble Stay-at-Home Mixed Case


In an effort to make self-quarantine easier, our friends at Noble Estates are excited to offer you a mixed case of 12 bottles of their best-selling private import wines. They are calling it their “Stay at Home” case. The final case price will be $292/case including FREE delivery in Ontario. Delivery is expected in early April 2020. The $292 price includes all taxes, delivery and our $20 procurement, admin, storage & handling fee.

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The Wines:

Wine Name Vintage Country Region/Appellation
Horseshoes & Handgrenades NV USA Oregon + Washington State
Mas Buscados Tempranillo 2016 Spain La Mancha
Petra Belvento Vini del Mare 2017 Italy Toscana IGT
Umani Ronchi San Lorenzo 2017 Italy Rosso Conero DOC
Pirramimma “1892” Shiraz 2016 Australia McLaren Vale
Grilos Reserva Red 2017 Portugal Dão DOC
Clos de L’Eglise 2017 France Mâcon-Charnay
Pares Balta Calcari 2018 Spain Penedès
Black’s Station Chardonnay 2018 USA Yolo County
Umani Ronchi Villa Bianchi Verdicchio 2018 Italy Verdicchio dei castelli di Jesi DOC Classico
Les Oliviers Rose 2018 France PAYS D’OC
Pares Balta Cava Brut NV Spain Penedès



The Details:

The Noble Stay-at-Home Mixed Case (12 pack) ships in early April 2020 ($292/case).

In order to know the number of committed participants, we require a $100 refundable deposit to secure every order.

All credit card charges through the Exchange will show up with the WINE- prefix on your credit card statement. For every case that is processed through the WineAlign Exchange there will be three charges on your credit card: WINE-Deposit, WINE-Purchase and WINE-Reconcile & Ship.

Okay, let’s do this! I’m ready to order a Noble Stay-at-Home Mixed Case. The final case price will be about $292/case including FREE delivery in Ontario. The $292 target price includes all taxes, delivery and our $20 curation, admin, storage & handling fee.

Due to LCBO import purchasing restrictions we need have total orders which are a multiple of 12.

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