How Does a $90 Malbec End Up At $15.98?

So how does a Malbec slated to sell for $90 drop first to $60 and then all the way down to today’s $18.98 bottle/$15.98/ea case price?  It’s a puzzle, especially since Wine Advocate’s critics have rated  multiple vintages of Mendoza Vineyards Malbec Gran Reserva highly, including a fine 92 point rating for today’s featured 2011 edition.  But come give it a taste (it’s open all week), and the only puzzle you’ll have to solve is how much to carry home!  This is full-throttle, ultra-premium, Malbec with oodles of fruit, depth, and a just-right touch of wood spice. Drinking great now, getting better with time, and very competitive with most $30-$40 Mendoza bottlings.  At these prices, it's a can't miss everyday luxury!

 

White Burgundy Value from Christophe Cordier

Carpineta Fontalpino Dofana 2007

A real “deal” on high-end white Burgundy doesn’t come along often these days, so you’ll want to jump at the chance to enjoy these two highly rated wines from one of the best estates in Pouilly Fuisse.  See the wines and great mix/match pricing here.

Case Samplers, Including 90pt Sampler for $199.98!

A dozen bottles of great wine from around the world, nicely packaged (even gift wrapped!) with tasting notes makes a great (no hassle) gift from $99.98.  Check them out!

Red, White & Pink from "Lafite of the Languedoc"!

Mas de Daumas Gassac's Bordeaux blends earned the title, "Lafite of the Languedoc," but their "value" line stars here.  Three great, gutsy, wines from $7.98!