Hob Nob

Coined in the 18th century, the term HobNob refers to people drinking to one another, clinking glasses, rubbing elbows, celebrating various moments and milestones. Safe to say those early adopters were toasting different accomplishments and occasions, like successful harvests, jousting victories and avoiding the gallows. These days, with longer life expectancies, fewer arranged marriages and the power of electricity, there are more reasons to HobNob than ever: like an outdoor summer concert with friends, a more private moment with a crush on a city rooftop, even mingling with your crew at an underground club. Rejoice and raise your glass.

Hob Nob Pinot Noir 2017
“Deep ruby color. Elegant and fine aromas of red berries - predominantly raspberry and cherry with flavors of vanilla. Our Pinot Noir is medium-bodied with soft tannins and a rich, smooth character. Subtle spice on the finish.” ~Winery notes
Item Number: 31965
Case: $107.40

Hob Nob 'Red Blend' 2013
“Reveals aromas of roasted coffee, mocha, toasted hazelnut, and and spicy notes embellished with hints of orange zest and flower. Pair with barbeque, grilled meat, and cheese.” ~Winery Notes
Item Number: 12558
Case: $95.40

Hob Nob 'Wicked Red' Limited Edition Red Blend
" Reveals aromas of roasted coffee, mocha, toasted hazelnut, and spicy notes embellished with hints of orange zest and flower. New world wine style for the new world wine fan. 40% Grenache, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Shiraz, 10% Pinot Noir " ~ Winery Notes

Hob Nob Shiraz 2005
"100% shiraz with a full, rich, velvety palate enriched with subtle hints of vanilla." ~ Winery Notes

Hob Nob Chardonnay 2008
"As crisp as a Granny Smith apple, our chardonnay contains a pleasant blend of rich almonds, hazelnuts and honey aromas. Made from free run juice and aged on the lees for four months, the wine has a smooth, silky texture." ~ Winery Notes

Hob Nob Pinot Noir 2015
"An elegant and silky Pinot Noir with an inviting bouquet of violets. Works well with prime rib or dishes that feature soy sauce." ~Winery Notes