Bright Cellars’ World Line Malbec
Introducing our newest Bright Cellars wine brand – World Line wines! Perhaps you’ve already tried our 2016 red blend with flavors of juicy berries, warm brown baking spices, and cracked black pepper. If this is your first experience with World Line wines, you’ll want to stick around.
New to World Line is our Malbec from Lodi, CA. This medium-to-heavy-bodied red wine boasts flavors of ripe fruit along with subtle hints of earth and a spicy finish.
World Line Wines
World Line wines are all about dimension. With complex flavor profiles and layered bouquets, these wines are intended for those with a sophisticated taste. If you’re new to the world of wine, don’t worry. It’s also intended for the adventurous type or those looking to expand their wine horizons.
World Line wines offer an extra dimension – deep, robust flavors that reflect a snapshot in time that can’t be replicated anywhere else.
World Line Malbec
Our World Line Malbec is a medium-to-heavy bodied red with a complex flavor profile. You’ll immediately notice ripe fruit flavors like cherry, plum, and black raspberry. You’ll also observe subtle hints of earth, all woven together with a spicy finish.
This trifecta of ripe fruit, earth, and spice will surely expand your horizons and take you beyond your traditional Malbec.
Tucked away between the San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Lodi is a dreamy wine region in the Golden State. It’s smack dab in the middle of California’s central valley, with more than 100,000 acres of vineyards ready to be explored.
It’s no surprise Lodi wines are known for their smoky yet aromatic red wines – our World Line Malbec is no exception. The fruit-forward bold wines from this area provide a complex tasting experience, exciting different parts of your palate as you sip.
Characteristics of this region include warm climate, sandy soil, and old vines. Lodi’s climate is hot throughout both the day and night, with no signs of cooling down. It’s also known for sandy soil – a growing environment that increases wine’s aromatics. Lodi is also home to some of the oldest vineyards in California. From what we know, the first wine grapes in this region were planted back in 1850 during the Gold Rush by a man named Capt. Charles Weber. He may not have ‘struck gold’ in the traditional sense, but we think he did.
Pairing World Line Malbec
When it comes to the perfect food pairing, we suggest you pair our World Line Malbec with something equally other worldly. Lamb or duck are excellent choices. You could also pair this delicious Malbec with a stacked burger overflowing with toppings. Think cheese, caramelized onions – even a fried egg.
In Vino Finito
Eager to explore the complexity of World Line wines? Just shoot our Wine Concierge Team an email at email@example.com or give them a call at (844) 223-5527 to add World Line Malbex to your next box!If you’re not a Bright Cellars’ member, be sure to take our quiz and see if World Line wines are a match! Want more daily wine wisdom right to your inbox? Subscribe to our daily newsletter, Glass Half Full.