Brady’s Wine Warehouse Holiday Gift Baskets

Brady’s is your go-to source this holiday season for everyone’s favorite gifts: fabulous libations! We have a variety of ready-to-go, pre-packaged gift options available to purchase in-store or by submitting an order request online. Perfect as corporate gifts or for family and friends. Check them out below or ask us about creating a custom gift package of your own selections from any bottles on our shelves! Pre-made gift basket options are subject to change based on product availability.

To place your order, just email us at with the name of your desired gift option(s) and the requested date for in-store pick-up or delivery and we will respond to complete the order.

Cote Mas Duo Basket, $35dsc_3246

  • Cote Mas, Rouge Intense, South of France, 2015, 1L

 “Medium Ruby color. Acidity forward with cherry, garden herbs and pomegranate followed by chalkiness. Sweet and quick finish tempered by moderate structure.”

  • Cote Mas, Blanc, South of France, 2014, 1L                                           

“Medium lemon color. Intense nose with notes of citrus, grapefruit, and a touch of tropical fruits. Vibrant with aromas of citrus fruits and a hint of tropical fruits. Easy-going and fruit wine with a well balanced acidity.”

  • Small Woven Basket

Everyday Bubble Basket, $40bubble-basket

  • Jean Charles Boisset, JCB, No 21, Cremate de Bourgogne, NV             

“Here Pinot Noir and Chardonnay show their very best. Pale, shiny yellow. A fresh, fruity nose with almond and white flower aromas. A full, generous mouth. Lovely harmony between freshness and fruit.”

  • Secco Italian Bubbles, Pinot Noir, Veneto, Italy, 2014                  

Brilliant color, rich strawberry and Italian cherry with subtle biscotti and a hint of red vines and Necco Wafer. Highly drinkable!”

  • Small Woven Basket

Veuve in a Basket!, $55dsc_3250

  • Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label Brut, Reims, Champagne, NV                   

“Tightly knit, focused by racy acidity and a streak of minerality, this offers subtle notes of white peach, anise, biscuit, and kumquat. The refined finish echoes a smoky note. Drink now through 2022.”  -92 Points, Wine Spectator

  • Small Woven Basket



Big Easy Basket, $55

  • Fess Parker, “Big Easy Red,” Santa Barbara County, 2011

“One of the more civilized and streamlined versions of this cuvee, the 2011 The Big Easy gives up loads of black fruits, tar, and hints of flowers in its medium to full-bodied, silky, ripe, and textured profile. Made from 65% Syrah, 22% Petite Sirah, and 13% Grenache that spent 20 months in 40% new French and American oak, it will deliver the goods for 8-10 years.”  -Wine Advocate

  • Peep Show, Vending Machine Winery, El Dorado County, 2014

“Equal parts Marsanne, Roussanne and Viognier, this beauty starts off a little shy, but that’s all a part of the show. By the second sip, the wine teases you with hints of the complexities to come. Lush tropical fruit, bananas and white flowers dance on your tongue and in your head. By the time the show is over, you are begging for an encore.”

  • Small Woven Basket

Taste of Tuscany Basket, $60

  • Tenuta de San Jacopo, Poggio ai Grilli, Chianti, Tuscany, 2014             tuscan

“Stefano’s Poggio ai Grilli Chianti is lively, aromatic and refined while at the same time rustic, very Italian in so many ways. Bright, fresh red cherry fruit is complemented by earthy minerality and a wonderful lift, with a long finish. This is truly an old school Chianti.”

  • Casaloste, DOCG Chianti Classico, Riserva, 2007

“Offers impressive aromas of blackberry and light toasty oak, with just a hint of sweet tobacco. There’s lots of coconut and oak character on the palate, but this is concentrated and balanced. An enticing young Chianti Classico. Needs time to deliver all it has to offer. Best after 2011. 585 cases made.”   -92 Points, Wine Spectator

  • Small Woven Basket

New World Sampler, $70new-world

  • Carmen, Carmenere, Gran Reserva, Apalta Vineyard, Colchagua Valley, Chile, 2011

“Savoury, dark and complex with a chewy, full-bodied mid-palate. Layers of black fruit with a long finish. Superbly crafted for this price. Great structure and persistence of flavours on the finish. Terrific value.”  -91 Points, Natalie Maclean

  • Trivento, Reserve, Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 2015

“A bright carmine red whose plum and raspberry jam aroma mingle elegantly with vanilla notes from the six months aged in French oak barrels. Well balanced, exhibits sweet tannins and a velvety finish.” -Trivento

  • Spy Valley, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand, 2015
“The 2015 Sauvignon Blanc has appealing fresh herb, asparagus and lime notes with a core of gooseberries. Medium-bodied, it delivers a great intensity of uncomplicated vegetal and citrus flavors with some minerals coming through in the long finish.” -86 Points, Wine Advocate
  • Protea, Chenin Blanc, Coastal Region, South Africa, 2015
“Juicy, offering yellow apple and quince notes, laced with a lively lime edge. Reveals a twinge of green almond through the finish. Drink now. 10,000 cases made.”  -87 Points, Wine Spectator
  • Large woven basket

Bordeaux Feaux Sheaux Box, $80bordeaux

  • Chateau Lousteauneuf, Medoc, Bordeaux, 2010

“The core of crushed plum and cherry fruit is steeped with anise and violet notes. A lightly firm stony hint appears on the finish. Drink now through 2014. 10,000 cases made.”

  • Chateau Greysac, Medoc, Bordeaux Rogue, 2011

“Solid plum and cassis fruit is lined with roasted cedar and tobacco notes. A cedary hint imparts a pleasant texture on the finish.”  -88 Points, Wine Spectator

  • Chateau Rocher-Calon, Montagne-Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux Rouge, 2014

“Spicy, dense, bold and intense. Full-bodied and with generous earthy, smoky, black cherry and mocha flavors.”  -Chateau Rocher-Calon winemaker’s notes

  • Black Pressed Linen Embossed Box


Great Scotch! Box, $100

  • Macallan 10 

“Macallan 10 Fine Oak possesses a complex nose with a hint of fruit and heather honey. The palate is soft and malty balanced with oak and fruit followed by a lingering finish with hints of oak and fruit.”

  • Ultimate Spirits Glass

“Taste and aroma are the true measures of a spirit’s quality. Alcohol burn numbs the sense of smell and overwhelms the truth, spoiling one’s drinking experience. Neat eliminates nose burn and numbness, leaving one’s nose free to detect, savor, and enjoy the subtle, wonderful aromas the distiller intended.”

  • Black Pressed Linen Embossed Box




Napa Duo Basket, $105

  • napaCakebread, Chardonnay, Napa California, 2014 

“One of the richer, weightier chardonnays we’ve made in recent years, our 2014 vintage is redolent of creamy golden apple, Asian pear and honeydew melon with complementary coconut and sweet oak scents. Fresh and lively on the palate, with rich citrus, apple, melon and tropical fruit flavors, it culminates in a long finish featuring pleasing mineral and spice tones.”

  • Groth, Cabernet Sauvignon, Oakville, Napa, 2012

“The 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon is big and lush with huge gobs of fruit in the aroma and flavor.  The texture of the wine is soft and supple, typical of Cabernet Sauvignons grown in our area of the Oakville AVA. The sweet vanilla character derived from 22 months in the barrels blends well with the black cherry and blackberry flavors and aromas of the wine.”

  • Small Woven Basket

Vieux Carre Box, $115vieux-carre

  • Double Shotgun, Vending Machine Winery, Napa, 2014

“50% Petit Verdot and 50% Cabernet Franc. Hand harvested from Southwest facing hills. Grown at 2.5 tons per acre, heritage clones. Long maceration, natural fermentation, 50% new French oak and bottled unfiltered.”

  • Crooked Mayor, Vending Machine Winery, California, 2012

“100% Cabernet. Hand harvested from the section of the vineyard that receives the first morning light.  1.8 tons per acre, Clone 7 on 110 R.  Long maceration, natural fermentation, 50% new French oak, bottled unfiltered.”

  • Loula’s Revenge, Vending Machine Winery, Napa, 2013

“30 year-old Chardonnay vines yielding 2 tons per acre.  Planted in rich loam and harvested early to preserve minerality.  Fermented in 20% new French oak for 14 months with native yeasts, allowing 100% malolactic . Lees stirred for complexity.”

  • Black Pressed Linen Embossed Box

Piedmont Sampler Basket, $135

  • Ceretto, Barolo, Piedmont, 2010piedmont

“The 2010 Barolo plays all the right cards. As far as base Barolo goes, this is a charming wine. It’s one of the best made in the 2010 vintage with soft lines, firm structure and a bursting personality. The bouquet is brimming with Nebbiolo-driven aromas of anise seed, cola, licorice and white almond skin. Fruit tones are delicate and ethereal with cassis and dried raspberry at the front. In the mouth, the wine is graceful and silky. Drink: 2016-2026.”  -93 Points, Wine Spectator

  • Montaribaldi, Palazzina, Barbaresco DOCG, Piedmont, Italy, 2010

“This opens with floral and spice aromas of violet, berry and exotic spices. The palate is austere: restrained fruit and oak sensations accompany bitter and drying wood tannins.”  -Wine Enthusiast

  • Enzo Boglietti, Barbera d’Alba, 2012

“Intense and complex bouquet. Floral, fruity with lightly perceivable oak. Full bodied, ripe and savory with vibrant acidity. It is true to its promise with good longevity.”

  • Small Woven Basket

Manhattan Cocktail Kit, $175manhattan

  • Bulleit Rye Whiskey, 1L
  • Carpana Antica Formula vermouth 375mL
  • “Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter Bitters” by Bitter Truth, 200mL
  • Luxardo Maraschino cherries
  • Japanese style jigger by Cocktail Kingdom, 1oz/2oz
  • Heavyweight professional cocktail shaker by Viski, 17oz capacity
  • “How to Mix Drinks: A Bon Vivant’s Companion” by Jerry Thomas  – Included bitters recipe on page 77
  • Large woven basket with two side handles



Last Word Cocktail Kit, $200last-word

  • Ford’s Gin, 1L
  • Green Chartreuse, 750 mL
  • Luxardo Maraschino liqueur
  • Japanese style jigger by Cocktail Kingdom, 1oz/2oz
  • Koriko Large Shaker Tin, 28oz
  • Koriko Small Shaker Tin, 18oz
  • Hawthorne Strainer by Cocktail Kingdom
  • Last Word cocktail recipe
  • Large woven basket with two side handles