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In the BBQ Sips curated collection box, you will receive the following wines:

Vinalia x Bosinakis, Moschofilero '21
Vinalia x ArmAs, Karmrahyut Rosé '21
Vinalia x Tenuta Viglione, Susumaniello '21
Vinalia x Bodegas Verum, Cencibel Roble '20
Vinalia x Stobi, Vranec '16
Vinalia x Stobi, Temjanika '21

The 12-pack includes 2 bottles of each wine listed. The 4-pack includes the first four wines listed.

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  • 4-Bottle: Flat $25
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Meet The Wines

  • Vinalia x Tenuta Viglione,

    Italy, 2021

    A rich, juicy wine that tastes of sun-soaked raisins and roasted plums. Hearty, rustic, and palate-coating, this Susumaniello carries notes of raspberry liqueur, wilted basil, rosemary, blackberry jam, and vanilla bean. A kiss of sweetness brings you straight to the shining summer days of Southern Italy.

  • Vinalia x ArmAs, Karmrahyut Rosé

    Armenia, 2021

    A deep dry rosé that straddles the line with a light-bodied red, this rich but refreshing offering from ArmAs bursts from the glass with expressive watermelon and cold raspberry flavor. Notes of hibiscus, pomegranate, blood orange, and sweet spice contribute further complexity to this fuchsia-colored wine. This is a rosé for red wine drinkers and a rare example that can age.

  • Vinalia x Bosinakis,

    Greece, 2021

    If a margarita were a wine, this would be it. Soft jasmine, lemon blossom, and white rose aromas mingle with brighter citrus notes on the palate—lime zest, grapefruit, Meyer lemon. A kiss of sea spray ends the wine on a crisp and salty note. But don’t let its charms fool you – this wine is highly complex and can age for many years. So, if you still have some bottles leftover, fret not—they’ll have plenty of life ahead.

  • Vinalia x Stobi, Vranec

    North Macedonia, 2016

    A powerful, ageworthy red, this Vranec lives up to its name’s translation of “black stallion.” Hearty, rich, with a lingering pillar of tannic strength, the wine tastes of grilled plums, blackberry liqueur, and soft baking spices. A hearty wine that is just at home curled up by the fireplace as it is next to the grill.

  • Vinalia x Stobi, Temjanika

    North Macedonia, 2021

    An exuberant, boisterous white wine that is as refreshing as it is joyful. Intoxicatingly floral, the Temjanika’s white rose and jasmine aromas extend to the palate, where they’re met by flavors of white peach and nectarine. A salty bite to the finish makes this the perfect white wine for the warmer months.

  • Vinalia x Bodegas Verum, Cencibel Roble

    Spain, 2020

    Tasting of red cherries and macerated strawberries, this Cencibel also shows a classic Spanish savoriness—sagebrush, dry earth, olive pit. The aging in tinajas contributes a stony minerality and freshness to this youthful expression of Spain’s most famous grape.

Beyond the Box


Discover our collection of producer profiles and get acquainted with the talented artisans behind our exceptional wines. Delve into the rich tapestry of indigenous grape varieties they passionately cultivate, explore the diverse regions where these wines are born, and immerse yourself in the captivating world of wine.


    Founded by Armenak Aslanian in 2007, ArmAs has been at the forefront of Armenia’s indigenous grape movement. Today, his daughter Victoria is at the helm as CEO of the family winery. She joins a long lineage of winegrowers, with the name ArmAs itself a tribute to her great-grandfather and a portmanteau of Armenak Aslanian, Sr. While Victoria manages the property, Emilio Del Medico crafts the wines. Hailing from Italy’s Friuli region, Del Medico brings international know-how to these distinctly Armenian grapes.


    Founded in 2009 in North Macedonia’s acclaimed Tikveš wine region, Stobi Winery is among the country’s finest modern wine producers. Today, Stobi Winery continues its dedication to local winemaking traditions, with over half of red plantings across its sprawling 500 hectares of vineyard dedicated to Vranec, the North Macedonian specialty. Among the most globally decorated wineries in North Macedonia, with recognition from Decanter and Mundus Vini, Stobi is a benchmark for both Tikveš and the region at large.


    Verum Wineries and Vineyards, located in Tomelloso within the renowned wine region of La Mancha, is a family-owned winery deeply rooted in tradition. Bodegas Verum was founded on the belief that the true essence of wine resides in the vineyard. It is within the vines, many of which are over 50 years old, that their fullest expression is achieved. Their dedication to reviving traditional local varieties and exploring diverse grape varieties has garnered international acclaim. In a region dominated by large-scale producers, Verum stands as a distinguished and innovative family winery.


    Regarded as one of the very finest interpreters of Moschofilero in the whole of Greece, Bosinakis has been a family affair since its inception in 1992. The new generation took over in 2009, when brother-sister team Sotiris and Katerina Bosinakis took the reins of the winery. Among their contributions was a renewed and passionate focus on quality. The siblings will also gleefully share a vertical of Moschofilero going back several years, showing that contrary to certain assumptions, Moschofilero has the structure and complexity to age with grace.


    Founded in 1937, Tenuta Viglione remains a family-owned operation, run by Giovanni Zullo and his offspring. Nested on some of the highest altitude terroirs in Puglia’s Gioia del Colle region, Viglione’s vineyard are certified organic and devoted to the area’s native and signiature grape varieties, among them Primitivo, Susumaniello, Negroamaro, and Verdeca. Their work has been awarded Gambero Rosso’s prestigious Tre Bicchieri prize.