Save over 40% plus free shipping by the case. Bordeaux buyers, get ready

Posted July 10, 2015

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The Place.
The Vintage
The Winemaker.
Three things that are ultra important to great wine.  Ultimately, they are also three things we look for as well when we look towards finding great new wines.  On Thursday, July 16th at 10 AM, watch for our special announcement on one of our newest finds that really speaks out to all three of those notes above. 

The wine is the 2010 Les Parcelles De Stephane Derenoncourt Haut Medoc.  This spectacular Bordeaux has a list price of $28, but we will be selling for $14.99!!  On top of that, shipping will be free on all orders of 12+ bottles!
Lets talk a little more about the three notes above:

The Place:  This special offer is from Bordeaux.  For those of you who thought it was getting harder and harder to find great valued Bordeaux you can buy and drink right away ... this is a wine that will make you quickly realize just how good these wines can be if you know where to look.

The Vintage: 2010 was a fantastic vintage in Bordeaux ... and this wine shows that off in spades.  On top of that, it's a wine that is ready to drink now, or cellar as well!

The Winemaker: This one is easy.  Stephane Derenoncourt (Pavie Macquin, La Mondotte, Canon La Gaffelière and more) is behind this project and has firmly established himself as one of the premier winemakers in the world.    The price tags on those wines are far more than what you will pay for a bottle of this offer ... another reason why this is such a steal!

All in all, Thursday, July 16th will be a good day to mark on your calendar as a time to stock up.  Both for drinking now ... and for something to put in the cellar ... all for $14.99 per bottle on sale!!  (Plan ahead to buy this one by the case - and remember, the shipping will be free as well!)
To see this huge deal, make sure you’re signed up for our main email list! This offer will be sent to your email at 10 AM EST on Thursday, July 16th.