Lot 18’s Limited Edition Outlander Wines – Get Them While They Last!

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Alright Outlander Fans, we know you recognize these lovely bottles. Yup, you got it! They are out again – the Limited Edition Outlander Wines. Lot 18 has created another set of marvelous wines that are available NOW! Launched on October 9th, these bottles will not last long so be sure to get your order in! We were able to purchase ours the first time around, and you can bet we will get this new installment before they run out.

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Six hand-crafted blends have been made to satisfy any pallet: Sassenach – Languedoc-la-clape Rosé, Mo Nighean Donn – California Pinot Noir, La Dame Blanche – Pays d’Oc Viognier, Red Jamie – Côtes du Rhône Rouge, Mac Dubh – Pays d’Oc Syrah, and A. Malcolm – Languedoc-la-clape Rouge. Each blend may be purchased individually or as a set, with each order including tasting notes for all six wines. Check them out at lot18.com or buy yours by clicking here.

The Wines

The Claire Wines

  • Sassenach – Languedoc-la-clape Rosé
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As a visitor of a time and place that’s not her own, Claire is a true outsider until Jamie Fraser draws her into his world and bestows upon her the playful nickname Sassenach. This rosé is Provençal in style, but like Claire, it comes from an unexpected place — Languedoc-la-clape, where the limestone-rich soil lends the wine its flavors of strawberry, white peach and grapefruit, racy minerality, and clean finish. Sometimes a fresh new perspective is exactly what’s needed.

  • Mo Nighean Donn – California Pinot Noir
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“My brown-haired lass” is what Jamie affectionately calls his charming new bride in Gaelic, and there’s no better wine to embody that side of Claire than this earthy, seductive Pinot Noir. Exhibiting flavors of black raspberry, forest floor and tea, this complex and balanced wine will make anyone fall in love with its alluring qualities immediately. Don’t bother attempting to resist its delightful and immensely appealing ways.

  • La Dame Blanche – Pays d’Oc Viognier
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She is given the name La Dame Blanche by her husband as a clever ruse, but in truth Claire does possess some of the cunning powers of this mythological figure, using them to turn fortunes her way. This French Viognier is similarly persuasive in its nature, with a heady floral aroma that leads to peach and apricot flavors on the palate, all lifted by a vein of acidity. Upon first sip, you’ll find yourself hopelessly enchanted.

The Jamie Wines

  • Red Jamie – Côtes du Rhône Rouge
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Whether he’s fiercely defending the love of his life or charging off to war alongside his clansmen, the notorious Jacobite Red Jamie is a force to be reckoned with — as is this dynamic Côtes du Rhône named in his honor. With a vibrant acidity and tannic structure keeping the flavors of red plum and blueberry in check, this red blend of 70% Syrah, 15% Carignane and 15% Grenache will have you surrendering after just a taste.

  • Mac Dubh – Pays d’Oc Syrah
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Even as a prisoner at Ardsmuir, Jamie retains a commanding presence, rallying the other prisoners and earning their respect as a leader. They give him the nickname Mac Dubh, or “son of the black” — and it’s this earthy, brooding French Syrah that embodies this dark version of Jamie. With plenty of concentration and blueberry flavor, this is an intense wine that grabs your attention and doesn’t let go.

  • A. Malcolm – Languedoc-la-clape Rouge
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A fugitive after the Jacobite rising, Jamie Fraser must become Alex Malcolm and begin anew as a printer in Edinburgh … yet under this simple facade lies the same complex and passionate man who captured Claire’s heart. Equally unassuming, at first, is this red wine from a small appellation in southern France. It becomes clear after experiencing the pure, black-red fruit nuances, however, that this is a charming, formidable wine — one you won’t easily forget.

There you have it! Be sure to let us know which blend was your favorite. We’ll share ours in a later post. Cheers!

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Reference on October 15, 2017:

Wine description directly from Lot 18 Media Release.

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