Red & Rosé 3-Pack

$59
3 ct

Our Red & Rose 3-Pack includes one bottle of Malbec, one bottle of Chilean Red Blend and one bottle of Rose.


VF

vegan
friendly

Red Blend (13% ABV): A product of warm Chilean days and cool Andean nights, our red blend presents juicy dark fruits and finishes with crisp acidity. All with a soft mouthfeel. Made from 60% cabernet sauvignon, 30% carmenere, and 10% cab franc. Tasting notes: fig, black plum, cassis. Pair with: braised lamb, short ribs, heart-to-hearts.

Malbec (14.5% ABV): Organically grown. Biodynamically farmed. No added sulfites. Our malbec is juicy, fruit-forward, and dry. Because it’s a natural wine, residual sediment lingers at the bottom of the bottle—an indicator of its artisanry. The winery that produces our malbec raises sheep to weed the vineyards and bees to pollinate the vines. It's a great candidate for aging if delayed gratification is your thing. Tasting notes: wild strawberries, fresh blackberries, a hint of licorice. Pair with: red meats, chocolate ice cream, Criterion Channel.

Rose (13.5% ABV): Made in the Rhone Valley from a blend of native grapes—Grenache (50%), Caladoc (30%), Mourvèdre (20%). Our rosé is bottled with the least amount of interventions possible. That means minimal sulfites are added and bentonite clay is used to clarify the wine, versus animal products often used in commercial winemaking. Tasting notes: watermelon rind, fresh red pepper, cherries. Pair with: coconut curry, zippy salads, your front porch.

Animal products.

This wine is made with organic grapes.

Wondering why you can't buy a single bottle? To get you the best wine at the best price point with lower carbon emissions our wine is sold as 12-packs instead of single bottles.

Please note: Wine cannot be shipped internationally or to the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah.

Public Goods is not the retailer or seller. In accordance with state laws, all orders are reviewed, accepted, and fulfilled by licensed entities, separate from Public Goods, in the industry.

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