A bottle of good wine is a simple, yet stylish offering. It can be difficult to walk into a store without a clear plan in mind to buy wines as gifts. In a cacophony of options, a sea of perplexing labels all compete for your attention. You may think of only high-rated wines can be good gifts. Well, they can be of course but that doesn’t mean you have to go that far to please the person who will receive the wine.
California wine regions have lots of good wines that come with convenient prices and pleasing taste. We rounded up our top 5 wines to give as gifts and you can order the wines listed below with ease. It's simple to order wine delivery from Juicefly. Simply explore our extensive selection, add bottles to your cart, and check out! You have the option of paying online or at the time of delivery.
BARON DE LEY FINCA MONASTERIO Delivery in Los Angeles
With a persistent rim of violet colors, this wine has a strong black Picota cherry color. Along with balsamic wood, clear smells of black fruit jams dominate, with hints of tea and herbal infusions, coconut, lactic notes, cocoa, and spices like cloves. The Finca Monasterio is well-structured, flavorful, balanced, and graceful on the palate. It has a strong smoky, almost peaty undertone and is juicy and enriched with balanced tannins. It has a rounded toasted finish that makes it a delicious wine.
Chateau Buena is a rich and opulent Napa red wine with intensity, structure, and power, sourced from vineyards throughout Napa Valley. It opens with black cherry and cardamom scents, as well as a hint of black licorice. Flavors of red plum, black currant, and cherry float across the palate. With a full-bodied mouthfeel and a lengthy, lingering aftertaste, the fine-grained tannins are smooth and delicate.
GRIFFONS DE PICHON BARON PAUILLAC Delivery in Los Angeles
Les Griffons de Pichon Baron is a red wine produced by Château Pichon Baron in the Bordeaux region of France. The Pauillac appellation produces this 2018 vintage. Black and red fruits, roasting, licorice, and leather are all present in the flavor profile. The tannins in the Pauillacs soften with age, allowing the tannins to melt and giving the wine a lovely and round structure.
This Malbec has a silky, rich, and majestic fragrance with notes of cocoa, tobacco, and marzipan. The palate is round, clean, and full-bodied, with blackberry, cassis, and chocolate notes that turn smokey, spicy, and peppery on the long and wonderfully crafted finish.
The nose of Coudoulet de-Beaucastel Rouge is lovely, with notes of red fruit, raspberries, wild strawberries, spices, and garrigue. The taste is strong, full-bodied, and refined. The tannins are silky smooth, and the aftertaste is long.