Mondo Vino Clubs

MEMBERSHIP DETAILS

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Minimum membership for both clubs is 3 months. Club membership entitles you to 15% off all club wines and 10% off all other wines in the store.

Club members can either pick up their selections at Mondo Vino or have them delivered.

Delivery price: $5 / month

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Club Mondo

This club is the one most requested and features a 2-bottle pack (one white wine and one red wine OR two red wines) of our current faves. From Australia to Uruguay, we span the globe to bring you fun and interesting wines of value for everyday.

Three Months $75

Six Months $150

Twelve Months $300

Club Lux

A 2-bottle pack (one white wine and one red wine OR two red wines) with serious pedigree are available to you with Club Lux. These are the wines for the more adventurous, contemplative palates. We offer unique wines with intense depth, concentration and elegance.

Three Months $120

Six Months $240

Twelve Months $480

March 2017

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Club Mondo Main Red:

Obalo Rioja 2015

  • Tempranillo
  • Rioja DOC
  • Spain

Bodegas Obalo offers a great opportunity to explore the wine revolution that Spain is currently experiencing. All over the country one can find new and exciting projects that represent a synergy of tradition and modernity. Bodegas Obalo is just one of those projects. Crafting modern and approachable wines while utilizing traditional viticultural methods, these wines offer varietally correct juice with tons of character. The 2015 Rioja Joven is fermented in stainless steel tanks and ages in a variety of French oak barrels. The resulting wine is incredible juicy with textbook secondary notes of tobacco, vanilla, and warm spices. Spanish-inspired lamb burgers come to mind with roasted peppers, manchego cheese, and garlic aioli.


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Club Mondo Second Red:

Monte Das Promessas Tinto 2014

  • Touriga Nacional, Syrah, Petit Verdot, Alicante Bouchet
  • Vinho Regional Alentejano
  • Portugal

If you haven’t tried Portuguese wine then this is an excellent introduction! Located in the Southern end of Portugal, Alentejano is one of Portugal’s largest wine growing regions and is known for crafting charismatic wines at a great price. This blend offers up a deeply fruited wine with plenty of density in thanks to old varietals like Alicante and Petit Verdot. Touriga Nacional and Syrah offer plenty of earthy spice and lifted aromatics for an easy drinking weeknight wine. If you like this then consider exploring more of Portugal and you’ll ask why you haven’t been drinking these wines all along!


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Club Mondo White:

Villa Wolf Pinot Gris 2015

  • Pfalz
  • Germany

The original Villa Wolf estate was founded in 1756 as J.L. Wolf and was regarded as one of the best producers in the Pfalz for over two centuries. In 1996 the estate was purchased by Ernest Loosen, one of the most prominent producers from the Mosel wine region. The estate today crafts beautiful wines that represent their Pfalz terroir, creating high quality wines that have tremendous power and character. The 2015 Pinot Gris is bursting with bright fruit flavors, spice, and underpinnings of minerality. Did we mention that it's dry? Enjoyable on its own, this wine pairs extremely well with a salad of fresh greens, toasted nuts, and dried or fresh fruit.


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Club Lux Main Red:

Obalo Crianza 2012

  • Tempranillo
  • Rioja DOC
  • Spain

In Rioja one comes across many different wine label terms that indicate a wine’s age. “Crianza” refers to wines that have been aged for a minimum of two years with at least one year in oak barrels. The Obalo Crianza is a classic Crianza that retains plenty of bright fruit while developing a considerable amount of aromas, flavors, and textures from time in barrel. Compared to the Joven bottling for Mondo Red 1, this wine is complex, with more layers of black plums, cherries, and fresh violets. A distinct earthiness can be found in this wine with more pronounced flavors and aromas of leather, tobacco, and crushed rocks. With more structure and presence this wine is a perfect candidate for braised meats with earthier accompaniments. Think lamb shanks, beef short ribs or pork shoulder with hearty root vegetables, mushrooms, and polenta.


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Club Lux Second Red:

Altesino Rosso 2014

  • Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Toscana IGT
  • Italy

Altesino has been known for their high-quality Brunello di Montalcino wines since the 1970’s. While Brunello has became outrageously expensive, there is still amazing wines to be found from top quality producers like Altesino. The 2014 Toscano Rosso is their entry-level take on a “Super Tuscan” blend, incorporating international varietals like Merlot and Cabernet into blends with traditional grapes such as Sangiovese. The resulting wine is incredibly fresh with beautiful layers of red and black fruits, spices, and earthy notes. For their body and weight, these wines balanced with fine tannins and mouth watering acidity. This wine begs for dishes with a richer fat component or savoriness such as pastas, roasted meats, or aged cheeses.


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Club Lux White:

Alois Lageder Chardonnay 2015

  • Sudtirol Alto-Adige
  • Italy

It’s easy to forget that a great variety of Chardonnay can be found all over the world. From richly oaked and buttery, to razor sharp and dry, Chardonnay wears many hats which are all delicious and functional at the table. Alois Lageder is one of the more notable estates in Sudtirol Alto-Adige, an Italian wine region that shares a rich history with neighboring Austria. Located on steep hillsides in the Dolomites mountains, these wines have an incredible sense of minerality with focus and nerve. The 2015 Chardonnay is a great example, vinified completely in stainless steel and then left to age on the lees for 4 months. This contact with the lees adds a certain richness and weight to the wine without sacrificing acidity. The result is brilliant, crisp, and energetic. Expect crunchy citrus fruit notes, crushed rocks, and the urge for another sip! Creamy dishes, seafood, salads, chicken, and oysters offer great pairing options!