Wine - Mega Sale! Save up to 27%
Mega Sale! Up to 27% off on Wine at Love for Salad. Top brands include Eden Canyon Vineyards, King Frosch, Fabrique Delices, Inman Family, & Madsen Family Cellars. Hurry! Limited time offers. Offers valid only while supplies last.
Saucisse de Sanglier (Wild Boar) - Pack of 8 (2 pound)
4.9 out of 5 stars with 19 reviews
A traditional game sausage made of all natural wild boar and pork flavored with red wine, apples and cranberries. Enjoy with a bottle of Gevrey, Chambertin, Collioure, or Saint Estèphe wine. Fabrique Délices selects a limited number of ''All Natural'' meat suppliers according to its high standard of quality. All meats used in their ''All Natural'' products are guaranteed antibiotic & hormone free. Animals are fed with the purest natural feeds (no animal by-product). All of these natural
Eden Canyon Vineyards Date Night Wine Gift Set 2 x 750 mL
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4.6 out of 5 stars with 94 reviews
Enjoyed our wines at a special restaurant and wish you could have that magical meal at home? Full-bodied with flavors of currant, fig, anise, truffle, caramel, and pepper, our wines are easy to pair and have been served in more than a few SF restaurants featured in Jung's collection. (''It's great to see her vast knowledge of the area's food collected in one place.'' - Thomas Keller, The French Laundry. ) You've got the wine, just pick the recipe, and you're on your way to a perfect pairing..
2013 Inman Family OGV Estate Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 750 mL Wine
4.9 out of 5 stars with 130 reviews
Committed to environmentally sensitive viticulture and winemaking practices from grape to glass, the nuance, complexity, and elegance in this wine is testament to the quality of our 10.5 acre estate vineyard, Olivet Grange (OGV). The 2013 OGV Pinot Noir offers amazing levels of aromatic depth. It is one of the most acclaimed in the last decade..
2009 Madsen Family Cellars Washington State Merlot Case Pack, 12 x 750 mL Wine
4.0 out of 5 stars with 48 reviews
2009 The summer growing season was hotter than normal, one of the hottest in recent history. Early September brought cooler temperatures that allowed the fruit to hang land mature. Harvest was a week later than normal, but summer and early fall were dry, allowing for sugar and phenolic ripening with no loss of acid. Fruit flavors are more ripe, acid levels are slightly higher than normal. Overall, 2009 was a very good vintage across the board for most varieties. Reds will be lighter bodied,