A Six Bottle ‘JoieBox’ is Ready for Christmas and We Want One

We’re a pretty satisfied bunch, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t covetous. Sometimes we see things out there that we just must have. This is an archive of those earthly desires. During the holiday season, the Cool Thing We Want column goes into overdrive, so keep checking back for more gift ideas

Naramata’s JoieFarm winery has put together a little something for the wine-loving people on your Christmas list, and we want one. Their 2017 ‘JoieBox’ is filled with a six bottle collection of wines that are otherwise sold out, not-yet-released, or part of limited runs.

They include a bottle of 2014 Joie Brut; two bottles of 2016 A Noble Blend; one bottle of 2015 ‘En Famille’ Reserve Pinot Noir; one bottle of 2012 ‘En Famille’ Reserve Pinot Noir (Gold Medal winner, Decanter World Wine Awards); and a bottle of 2015 Pinot Noir. Also in the JoieBox is a copy of the Vineyard Dogs of the Okanagan book, which we wrote about previously here, and a branded JoieFarm corkscrew.

The cost for the JoieBox is $249.40 (retail value $290) and they’re available for purchase with free shipping here. Note that orders within BC should be made on or before December 18 for shipping on December 19.

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